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SUPPLY CRATE – HOLIDAY CHEER 3

Time to check in with another Supply Crate we shipped out over the holidays. This one was sent off to Missy who was in the Air Force. This is her request…


I am a disabled veteran currently on VA disability and out of work. I have had seven surgeries since November of 2015 and have three more to go. I had a neurostimulator pacemaker put in recently to help control the pain and spend most days on the couch. 


The last nine months have been miserable being mostly stuck in the house and a lot of down time on the couch. I love video games and currently have a PS2 which is on its last leg. Even after my surgeries, my doctor’s tell me I will still have a long road to recovery.

Well, a broken down PS2 won’t do with all of that recovery you have to go through. We packed up a crate of the latest and greatest gaming gear and games and sent them on their way. When the Supply Crate arrived, Missy sent us back this thank you.

Thank you so so so much!  We are so incredibly grateful!  This will make the next round of surgeries much more tolerable! The Xbox works wonderfully!  I apologize for the delay as we were out of town at the Road to Recovery conference.  I also attached pictures of the crate!

Thank you, Missy, for your service! We hope the gaming goodness helps make the road to recovery just a bit easier.

If you’d like to make a donation that gets sent over to our troops as a Supply Crate, Stack-Up takes lightly used PS4, and Xbox One games and gear as well as cash donations. Please help us help these vets out here:

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Help us help veterans today!

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Founded in 2015, Stack Up (TAX ID: 47-5424265) brings both veterans and civilian supporters together through a shared love of video gaming through our primary programs: The Stacks, Supply Crates, Air Assaults, and the Stack Up Overwatch Program [StOP].

Stack Up helps US and Allied military service members get through deployments to combat zones and recover from traumatic physical and emotional injuries with the power of video gaming.