As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Soldiers' Angels relies on the generosity of individuals, schools, civic groups, corporations and foundations. The support of our donors is critical to advancing the mission of Soldiers' Angels. For more information on becoming an Angel supporter, please contact us by phone at 210-629-0020 or click here to email us.


Contributions of $100,000 or more in either cash or budget-relieving in-kind per year

Books-A-Million, Inc. is one of the nation’s leading book retailers and sells on the Internet at The Company presently operates 257 stores in 32 states and the District of Columbia. The Company operates large superstores under the names Books-A-Million (BAM!), Books & Co. and 2nd & Charles and traditional bookstores operating under the names Bookland and Books-A-Million. BAM! partners with Soldiers' Angels twice a year by inviting their customers to purchase coffee in their stores nationwide. BAM! also matches a portion of the donation as well. Through their generosity in 2015, over $1.3 million dollars worth of coffee totaling over 85 pallets was enjoyed by veterans at VA Hospitals nationwide and deployed troops overseas.

Founded in 1978, FBR was known as the Colorado Food Clearing House. Operating from a 900-square-foot schoolroom in Northwest Denver, the fledgling organization collected bread from a nearby Safeway store, their first food donor, and distributed it to Little Sisters of the Poor, their first partner agency. Today, FBR has extended its reach across Northern Colorado, providing food and supplies to more than 500 hunger-relief programs. Food Bank of the Rockies has partnered with Soldiers' Angels to provide food assistance to Denver-area veterans through the monthly Soldiers' Angels Veteran Mobile Food Distribution.

The Girl Scouts of the United States of America is a youth organization for girls in the United States and American girls living abroad.  During their annual cookies sales, many scouts offer customers the opportunity to purchase the cookies and donate them to the troops.  Soldiers’ Angels is the recipient of many of these cookies annually receiving over 235,000 boxes of cookies in 2015 alone. These cookies are sent to our troops deployed oversees and served to veteran patients in the VA Medical Centers.

Headquartered in Detroit, Gleaners operates five distribution centers in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Livingston and Monroe counties and provides food to 499 partner soup kitchens, food pantries, shelters and other agencies throughout southeastern Michigan. In 2017, Gleaners distributed more than 42 million pounds of food to neighbors in need! On average, Gleaners distributes 96,000 meals each day including providing nourishing food and nutrition education to 171,000 children a year. Every dollar donated provides three meals and 97 cents of every donated dollar goes to food and food programs. Gleaners Community Food Bank has partnered with Soldiers' Angels to provide food assistance to Detroit-area veterans through the monthly Soldiers' Angels Veteran Mobile Food Distribution.

Since 1934, Harry & David has grown to become America’s premier choice for gourmet gifts. From handpicked fresh fruit to hand-packed gift baskets filled with delicious treats, the company is committed to providing premium quality and excellence in every way.  Harry & David has been partnering with Soldiers’ Angels to provide Moose Munch Crunch Bars to the troops. Customers can visit any Harry & David retail location and purchase these bars. Harry & David will ship them to Soldiers’ Angels for use in care packages and for veteran patients at VA Medical Centers.

The Lowcountry Food Bank serves the 10 coastal counties of South Carolina and distributed more than 28 million pounds of food in 2017. The Lowcountry Food Bank helps fight hunger by distributing food to nearly 300 partner agencies. Lowcountry Food Bank has partnered with Soldiers' Angels to provide food assistance to Charleston-area veterans through the monthly Soldiers' Angels Veteran Mobile Food Distribution.

Founded in 1980, The San Antonio Food Bank began as the first food bank in Texas but has quickly grown to serve 58,000 individuals per week. The organization provides food assistance to one of the largest service areas in Texas and encompasses 16 counties. In 2015, Soldiers’ Angels became a food bank Partner Agency to provide food assistance to low-income and at-risk veteran families in the San Antonio area. Fighting hunger is the number one priority of The San Antonio Food Bank, but they also serve to educate and provide assistance through a variety of programs and resources available to families, individuals, seniors, children, and military members in need. The San Antonio Food Bank has partnered with Soldiers' Angels to provide food assistance to San Antonio-area veterans through the monthly Soldiers' Angels Veteran Mobile Food Distribution.

The Clorox Company (NYSE: CLX) is a leading multinational manufacturer and marketer of consumer and professional products with about 8,100 employees worldwide and fiscal year 2017 sales of $6.0 billion. Clorox markets some of the most trusted and recognized consumer brand names, including its namesake bleach and cleaning products; Pine-Sol® cleaners; Liquid Plumr® clog removers; Poett® home care products; Fresh Step® cat litter; Glad® bags, wraps and containers; Kingsford® charcoal; Hidden Valley® dressings and sauces; Brita® water-filtration products; Burt’s Bees® natural personal care products; and RenewLife® digestive health products. The Clorox Company has generously donated various Burt’s Bees products, including chapstick and facial wipes, which are used regularly in the Soldiers’ Angels Hygiene Kits that are distributed during patient visits with veterans in VA Hospitals and homeless veterans during Stand Downs. Additional Burt’s Bees products are also regularly included in care packages for female caregivers supported by the Women of Valor Team and deployed females supported by the Ladies of Liberty Team.


For more than 35 years, Trail's End has partnered with the Boy Scouts of America. Our mission has always been the same: to help Scout packs, troops and councils raise the money needed to fund their programs and activities throughout the year. Many Trail’s End customers have graciously purchased and donated popcorn to the troops. In 2015 alone, Trail’s End and the Boy Scouts of America donated over 1,000 pallets of popcorn to Soldiers’ Angels to distribute to the troops, their families, those serving overseas and veteran patients in VA Medical Centers around the country.

Mission Donors


Donations of a minimum of $50,000 in cash or budget-relieving in-kind per year

  • Atlanta Community Food Bank
  • Genentech Foundation
  • Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan
  • One Star Foundation
  • Pinnacle Entertainment
  • Reliable Churchill, LLLP DBA Breakthru Beverage Maryland
  • Stephen and Colleen Kienzle
  • Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits
  • The Curtis L. Carlson Family Foundation
  • The Independence Fund, Inc.


Donations of a minimum of $25,000 in cash or budget-relieving in-kind per year

  • Accel Entertainment Gaming
  • Bake Me a Wish
  • Barbara Unruh
  • Breakthru Beverage PA
  • Choate, Hall, & Stewart LLP
  • Donna Sellers
  • Girl Scouts Eastern WA and N Idaho
  • Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania
  • Girl Scouts of San Diego
  • Girl Scouts of South Carolina - Mountains to Midlands, Inc.
  • Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida
  • KemperSports Management
  • Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company
  • MS Walker Distributing
  • Northside Ford
  • Oldcastle
  • PeyBack Foundation
  • RIMS
  • Rudolf Muller
  • The Petrosino Family Foundation
  • The Safeway Foundation
  • Wells Fargo Foundation


Donations of a minimum of $10,000 in cash or budget-relieving in-kind per year

AFCEA Alamo Chapter; Affliction Holdings, LLC; Angie Day; Assured Comfort Heating & Air, Inc.; Bell Helicopter; Blankets for Soldiers; Blowitz-Ridgeway Foundation; Brian Brintle; C. Scott & Dorothy E. Watkins Charitable Foundation; Caroline Ward; Carolyn White; Center of the Universe Brewing Co.; Clearshark, LLC; Combat Americas; Dr. Ed and Peggy Reed; Ellen Miller; Estate of Patricia M. Rohrey; Fifth Generation Inc.; George Bartuska; Goodwill Easter Seals of Minnesota; Government Marketing & Procurement, LLC; Hands in Motion; Heather Smith; Heather Stone; Helen W. Bell Charitable Foundation; Hewlett Packard Enterprise; Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation; John Baskin; John McGinty; Karl & Lynnette Miller; Kent Warhol; Lillian Beach; Lou Midgett; Mary Laffey; McDermott, Will & Emery; Moody Foundation; Origami Owl; Others First; Raffle/Benefit Fund Somerset Aerie FOE 2137; Rackspace; Republic National Distributing Company; Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory; Russell Albright; Safelite Autoglass; Sarah Anderson; Savannah Distributing Co. Inc.; Sherri Nash; Sixthman; Stone Brewing Company; The Allstate Foundation; The Bank of America Charitable Foundation; The Core Training, Inc.; The Greater Cincinnati Foundation; The Home Depot; The Philadelphia 76ers, LP; USAA; Valero Energy Foundation; Wallace and DeLynn Murray; William and Sarah Nowlin; William Wrigley Jr. Company