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How do you leave messages for veterans?

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Several organizations that distribute cards and letters to veterans, including America's Adopt a Soldier program and The Coalition to Support America's Heroes. These both deliver messages to veterans in hospitals and long-term care facilities. Operation Gratitude delivers letters to veterans who served in past conflicts.

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To participate in America's Adopt a Soldier program, send cards or letters for wounded and recovering veterans to the address listed on the program's website. Volunteers delivers the messages to veterans in hospitals and Veteran's Administration facilities. The Coalition to Support America's heroes delivers "Get Well" and "Thank You" messages to veterans on behalf of donors. Participants can make a donation on the organization's website and select a card. Operation Gratitude also delivers letters and care packages to service members, recent veterans and veterans of past military conflicts. To participate, send a letter to the address listed on the website. The website also includes the guidelines for submissions.

These organizations deliver messages from groups and individuals to veterans and service members at large and are unable to reach specific recipients or reveal contact information. Participants can provide letters and cards that are appropriate for any veteran and should follow the guidelines set by the organization to ensure that the message reaches its intended audience.

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