DAH Card Requests

 

 

Example Long Description



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
follow me on facebook

Request Cards

Use this form to request cards from Dear American Hero
  • Requesting persons name
  • Your mailing address
  • Used only if there is a problem with your request
  • A valid e-mail address is required to mail the cards
  • Amounts over 600 total cards will require a donation before mailing.
  • Amounts over 600 total cards will require a donation before mailing
  • 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 11 years of doing this mission.  I spend at least 4 hours daily and USPS costs me $8,000 yr.

 

Latest News

Starr Marshall, Patriot Guard Riders (Minnesota)

I want to extend a huge thank you to Richard Glasgow for the donation he is mailing me. Anyone not wanting to give online but still wanting to support the Ruck March can write a check out to 23rd Veteran and mail it to me. PM ... read more

Looking back to 2006

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

EMS, Fire & Law Enforcement Communities

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

COMES A SOLDIER’S WHISPER

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 ... read more

Hobby Lobby

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 ... read more
back to top