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Thank for your Service and Dedication to our Country & the Family Card



Daddy you are home!

The reason we put on the uniform and the reason we come home.



A Hearwarming song from Mike Nichols

A Great Christmas present for your Hero

Worn, Torn & Burned but still waving Proudly



Remembering Their Sacrifices our Heroes and their Families
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Update on “Touching Hearts”

April 15, 2018 by Richard Glasgow

I have sent out over 9,000,000 cards now and over 8,000 challenge coins. I have renewed the website for another 5 years which means I will continue for another 5 years thanking our Current Military, the Families, Law Enforcement, Fire/EMS and their Families.

The cards “For All those who Wear a Badge” along with matching Challenge coins are a national hit. I had a local “Tough Ol’ County Sheriff” was moved to tears that someone would take the time to thank him. Ahh the stories I hear about the cards and coins from all you handing them out or receiving them. I wish I had written them down since I started, it would make a good book.

I’m funded 100% by donations since Ross Perot Sr. donated the first million cards back in 2006. It is just me doing the daily duties of Dear American Hero.

The normal donation I receive for 200 cards is $25 to $50 and for 500/600 cards it is $50 to $100. I do not receive any compensation for my 12 years of doing this mission. I spend at least 4 hours daily and USPS costs me upwards of $8,000 yr.
God Bless
Dick

Update on “Touching Hearts”

January 27, 2017 by Richard Glasgow

I have sent out over 9,000,000 cards now and over 8,000 challenge coins. I have renewed the website for another 5 years which means I will continue for another 5 years thanking our Current Military, the Families, Law Enforcement, Fire/EMS and their Families.

The cards “For All those who Wear a Badge” along with matching Challenge coins are a national hit. I had a local “Tough Ol’ County Sheriff” was moved to tears that someone would take the time to thank him. Ahh the stories I hear about the cards and coins from all you handing them out or receiving them. I wish I had written them down since I started, it would make a good book.

I’m funded 100% by donations since Ross Perot Sr. donated the first million cards back in 2006. It is just me doing the daily duties of Dear American Hero.

The normal donation I receive for 200 cards is $25 to $50 and for 500/600 cards it is $50 to $100.  I do not receive any compensation for my 12 years of doing this mission.  I spend at least 4 hours daily and USPS costs me upwards of $8,000 yr.
God Bless
Dick

Looking back to 2006

January 26, 2017 by Richard Glasgow

It was the start of Dear American Hero. Here is 3 YouTube videos from local news stations.

2017 Dear American Hero has given out over 8,000,000 cards and over 8,000 coins. Now there is a new card “For all those who wear a badge” and challenge coin. I’ve had Law Enforcement and Fire Fighters with tears in their eyes upon receiving a card and coin.

I continue to send out coins and cards 6 days a week since 2006.

EMS, Fire & Law Enforcement Communities

February 8, 2016 by Richard Glasgow

Announcing the new Dear American Hero card. It is designed to thank our EMS, Fire & Law Enforcement Communities.

EMS Fire

The first run of 2,500 cards are ready to start mailing. At this time I will limit the number of cards per request to 25 cards. A challenge coin is being developed and will be here in 30 days.

COMES A SOLDIER’S WHISPER

May 8, 2014 by Richard Glasgow

I have published my father’s wartime letters written as a decorated 101st Airborne paratrooper during WWII in the book, Comes A Soldier’s Whisper.  I will be attending different events featuring my book at the Geneseo Air Show in New York during July with about 10,000 expected visitors and at the Military Musuem in Vincennes, Indiana in September to exhibit some of the original letters with the Dedication Video (already on display in the Military Museum in Kissimmee, Fl).  I would like to hand out your cards as well.

I hope to visit as many museums as possible to feature this lovely video as a tribute to all soldiers of all wars.  My next project is Comes A Soldier’s Whisper VIETNAM and Beyond, Reflections from a Vietnam Veteran due in September.

Regards,
Jenny La Sala
Walworth, NY
COMES A SOLDIER’S WHISPER
https://www.facebook.com/ComesASoldiersWhisper
http://comesasoldierswhisper.com/

Hobby Lobby

May 7, 2014 by Richard Glasgow
Today at Hobby Lobby I saw a man wearing a Vietnam vet ball cap in a wheelchair. I dug around in my bag and came up with one of my “thank you, hero” cards, walked back and handed it to him. I didn’t stay to talk, just long enough to see his face light up. He smiled , and I walked away. The moment was about him, not me, but it felt so good.
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to do that.
Ruth Clayton-Davis
Rock Island, IL

3rd Armored Division, Korea

April 22, 2014 by Richard Glasgow

I received a card from a stranger 4 weeks ago.  I was stunned.   I was also grateful.   Every veteran I gave a card to I also saluted the man regardless of rank.  Such appreciation was overwhelming.  Thank you for starting this program.  I am an e-5 vet from the Korean war.  Served in the 3rd Armored Division.

Anthony J. Casper, North Richland Hills, TX

Little card

April 21, 2014 by Richard Glasgow

I was given a card at the Maple Grove Community Ctr. about two or three years ago. A man just inside the front door asked me if I was a veteran and I told him I was and then he gave me this little card that started out by saying…Dear American Hero !

It has become one of my most cherish possessions, it sits proudly in the middle of my desk. I was drafted during the Vietnam conflict and now in my 60’s, I don’t ever remember anyone ever saying thank you and this little card means the world to me.

So “Thank You” so very much,
Dennis Schmid, Maple Grove, MN

Ft. Know

April 21, 2014 by Richard Glasgow

I found some of the cards at our local VA center at Ft. Know and have been passing them our for a couple years, I ran out and really know the vets (as myself) appreciate them, more than words can describe.

God Bless!!!

Phil Burris
Brandenburg, KY

Honor Flights

April 15, 2014 by Richard Glasgow

My wife and I have been giving Thank You cards to WWII veterans of Honor Flight to Washington, D.C. It is a final tribute to servicemen and women after quite a weekend visiting the memorials and country recognizing their service and those who paid the ultimate earthly sacrifice.

Thomas Downey,
Forth Worth, TX

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