Dedicated to the men and women who have sacrificed so much to ensure this country’s safety.
We send care packages to support U. S. troops stationed overseas.
Our Troops Online always needs help with postage. watch this video to learn why »
Some American Troops are stationed in places where the nearest convenience store is at least 40 minutes away, and requires a combat convoy to just make the trip.
It’s easy for us here in the States to fulfill our wants and needs even when we think, “I could sure use a cup of coffee”, or “I just ran out of deodorant”. That is a great freedom that we have here, but those fighting to protect our freedom do not enjoy this convenience, as you can imagine.
We understand that being in the armed forces requires sacrifice, but in sending some hospitality from back home to those deployed, we can give much more than just a “thank you”.
American troops stationed in remote areas send e-mails and letters each day requesting every day items. Our Troops Online founder, Bob Williams spends countless dollars of his own money on postage and items for the troops to keep up with the demand, any help is appreciated.
Bob Williams started Our Troops Online to send support items to our troops stationed in Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait, the Kyrgyz Republic - all places where the nearest drug or discount store is about 12,000 miles away. Much of what ships is snack items donated by generous companies. All of which are enormously popular with the troops. Williams uses the donation money particularly for postage and to buy the “special order” items, requested by the troops, such as Q-tips, CDs, DVDs, batteries, school supplies, and toys. He also sends feminine and personal hygiene items such as; deodorant, shampoo, and cigars, to name a few. - By: Nancy Montgomery European edition, Stars and Stripes.
Support The Troops Inc.
Attn: Bob Williams
P.O. Box 7560
Wesley Chapel, FL, 33544
Or you can visit us.
29807 SR 54
Wesley Chapel, FL 33543
1 (800) 367-3591
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