CHARITY'S History

Governors Champion Of

Service Award Winner

our SUPPORT team

2003Bob Williams founded Support The Troops and with devotion developed a network of business and volunteers of veterans to help.


2010Mark VanTrees join Bob's passion to help in supporting the activity needed.


2012Mark VanTrees took over as director when Bob became too ill to continue to run the charity and has raised more than $2.5 million from corporate and non-corporate donors.

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Ski, Retired Air Force, Volunteer
Donates time, energy and effort that is irreplaceable!!  Thank you Ski!.

recent programs

Wal Mart, Lance have 5 hour energy been loyal supporters of our program and donated, literlly tons of merchandise we have shipped to our troops.

Learn moreCLICK HERE

All our donations are used for

SupportingThe Troops USA

CARE PACKAGES

and minimal operational costs

I.E. (mailings, truck fuel etc.)   

Volunteers contribute time and effort.

Gary Littrell, Retire Army Ranger, Congressional Metal of Honor recipient 

Dennis XXX, Retire Marine, Volunteer
Donates time, energy and effort that is irreplaceable.  Thank you Mac!

Tom O'Neil, Retired Air Force and Special Asst to Secretary of the Navy.  50 plus years of active service and a member of the Federal Senior Executive Services. (SES)

volunteering

We need people like you to volunteer for us each year and make the difference in the lives of thousands. Find out how to become volunteer.

See how much it means  CLICK HERE


"Working with this military charity was supposed to be a short-term commitment, but it became a life-long journey. I'm so fortunate to be able to impact on the lives of others, all while partnering with some of the most passionate and driven businesses on the globe.  I'm committed in continuing to work for the development of a network of small to large businesses  that donate merchandise and volunteers that contribute their time to support the women and men that serve and have served in our military!"        

Mark VanTrees

mission & vision

No need is too small and no voice is too quiet to be heard. We will devote the time and energy necessary to support the troops.