Care Package Experts
Military Shipping &
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Subscribe to send a recurring care package and we’ll take care of it all: just answer a few questions, and we’ll send care packages tailored to your Hero for every month your Hero is deployed.
Sample subscription care package
this Subscription includes 10-15 items, custom card, self-addressed stamped return postcard for your Hero to write backsubscribe
this Subscription includes 20-25 items, custom card, self-addressed stamped return postcard for your Hero to write backsubscribe
this Subscription includes 35+ items, custom card, self-addressed stamped return postcard for your Hero to write back.subscribe
sending hero care packages is easy!
choose a hero
You select a preset curated box,
or you can Build-Your-Own too,
or have us build one for you,
or Subscribe to send a recurring box.
write a message
on the card
It's an actual card—not gift message
on a receipt—with no length limits;
we include a self-addressed
stamped return postcard for your
Hero to write back.
just sit back &
relax — we ship it!
We take care of priority shipping
always free—and deal with the
pesky customs forms & regulations
for your Hero Care Package.
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Awesome gift! It was so great getting a Snapchat of the unboxing and seeing how happy they were and how much stuff was in the box. Will definitely be sending another!"
I just got a message from my niece. She was so surprised and excited about her Hero Care Package! She is sharing with her teammates. Thank you for making me the 'Best Aunt EVER' "
My Soldier who is stationed in Korea got his Hero package with just the things he wanted. Since they helped me format his address, picked things he loved, and got them to him quickly I could not be more pleased."
A Story Of Our Inspiration
When we pulled into port in the Navy, sailors who had been at sea for months would wait for hours in line just to see if they got mail, rather than go out on liberty in a foreign port. But as an officer, I was always broken hearted when I saw some of my sailors who didn't get packages—or when they did, the packages often contained things that they couldn't use or didn't quite want.more about us