308 Marines Left who Need Support!

HELP! 308 Marines Still Need Care Packages

We’ve been collecting donations for over a week now, with the goal of reaching all 800 Marines deployed with the 1/5th. We’re proud to report that with your generosity, we’ve raised enough to help 492 of those troops. However, that leaves 308 Marines who still need support — help us reach our goal!

With your generous donations you can give our troops a taste of home, comforts that are far and few between in Afghanistan. It is so important that they hear from you and know you are supporting them. Help us reach our goal, adopt a Marine today and make a difference. It may not seem like much, but to the 499 Marines left in the cold mountains of Afghanistan, it makes all the difference in the world. Make sure to include your words of encouragement that can help them through another patrol, watch, fire fight and tour.

If we could just get 5 very generous people to dig deep and each sponsor a Battalion Pack (Serves 60 Troops) then we could reach our goal today! It’s a lot to ask for one person to donate so much, but is there any better gift we can give to our Marines on the front lines who are out there fighting for us?

Move America Forward is proud to continue supporting the 1st Marine Division, the oldest, largest, and most decorated division in the United States Marine Corps. There are currently 800 of our adopted Marines in Afghanistan who need our help! By sending support to the Marines in a critical area, we can make a huge difference!


We’ve raised enough to send care packages to 392 of our adopted Marines of the 1st Battalion, 5th Regiment but that still leaves 308 Marines who won’t get support UNLESS more donations come in today!

Please help us reach our goal and ensure that all of our adopted Marines get some support from home!

Make a donation now!

THIS JUST IN: Troops Write Home to Say Thanks

“I just wanted to say thank you for the donations made for these care packages we received. We appreciate your support and generosity during these tough economic times. We have three months left on an eleven month deployment and I am looking forward to returning home. I realize now how fortunate we are to live in the United States of America. Thank You.

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