Supply Crate – Nathan

Hello and welcome to another exciting Supply Crate report. Our latest crate has been sent to a mental health NCO named Nathan. Nathan sent us this request, because he was looking for a way to connect with his children, we just couldn’t say no. Here is what he told us:

I Served as a Mental Health NCO to Soldier’s, Marines, and Airmen. Provided multiple services to our service men and women who struggle with PTSD, depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts in group settings as well as individual therapy treatment. I also served as a CBRN-D NCO preparing Soldiers to be battle ready in the event of a chemical, biological, or Nuclear warfare. I’ve recently been trying to get use to my transition back into the civilian life while using my GI Bill, I’d would love to surprise my kids with something this Christmas.

Kids are extremely important to us here at Stack Up, We would be honored to help you out by sending you some awesome gaming gear. We know it would be perfect for you and your boys. Look out, the care package is coming in!

I can’t express the gratitude my family has for your organization! We are thankful for your generous contribution to our family as it will always be a heartfelt memory. Thanks to you my boys and I will enjoy gaming together!

You are most welcome Nathan. We hope that those consoles will last throughout the years so you can enjoy playing games with your kids for years to come!

This Supply Crate was sponsored by TheLoyalPatriot. Thank you so much for your donations and dedication for making the lives of these veterans better. You are a hero, thank you.

If you would like to nominate a veteran or active service member to receive a crate, then please click the link below and fill out an application. You are helping save lives more than you know!

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Maricar Gebert

I would like to nominate my husband Kristopher Gebert to receive a Supply Crate. He has been retired from the military since 2014 after 12 years of service in the army he was medically discharged. We’ve never asked for help before but I feel it is important he remembers his hard work is appreciated being able to find other activities to help reconnect with his kids after many moves and deployments. He left while they were infants and now getting to know them as teens home.

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