The kind souls over at Confederate Yankee (no, not the Columbus GA baseball team of the 60s), send word of a program called "Any Soldier." I looked at the site and it looked like a worthwhile program. According to AnySoldier.com, "Sergeant Brian Horn ... was in the ... Iraq when he started the idea of AnySoldier to help care for his soldiers. He agreed to distribute packages that came to him with "Attn: Any Soldier" in his address to the soldiers who were not getting mail. Brian is no longer in Iraq but Any Soldier Inc. continues with your support. Any Soldier Inc. started in August 2003 as a simple family effort to help the soldiers in one Army unit, thus our name. However, due to overwhelming requests, on 1 January 2004 our effort was expanded to include any member, of any of the Armed Services, in harms way."
It all sounds like a project worth supporting, so I did a quick check. First, be aware that I like to check my facts. If I get information from a reliable source, I try to find another reliable source. I'm just wanting to check, double-check, and triple-check. So I checked out AnySoldier.com. And guess what I found?
It looks quite legit. I'll be supporting. And, thanks again to our Southern Neighbors from the North, Confederate Yankee, for passing this along.