Supply Crate – Vincent Alde
We come to you again with another supply crate mission report. Our most recent supply crate was sent to Staff Sergeant Vincent Alde in Clarksville Tennessee. Alde served two combat deployments in Iraq and another in Afghanistan. He was medically retired after receiving a TBI and now suffers from severe PTSD and is 100% disabled.
I’m just surviving every single day to cope up with my disability. Spending time with my son who is also a gamer but, our Xbox died on us maybe a power problem or motherboard fried. Video games is one of my greatest sources of therapy to avoid suicidal thoughts and manage my depression, in playing video games with my kids. Everybody is a good candidate for this wonderful program you guys created. I’m no special than the others. If you guys be able to help us out, it’s a big life changer towards my recovery and my family’s daily struggles. Thank you and God bless you all.
We think you’ll be glad to hear that EVERY veteran is our mission, you included soldier. Alde’s humble request touched our hearts and we were excited to pack together another crate and send it out to him.
Alde’s response once he received his crate was very positive
A big thank you to all (Stack Up) staff for what you guys doing. This is great Christmas gift for me and my little minions. Also, thanks for the bubble wrap. send more of it LOL. God Bless you all and have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Happy to hear that you and your kids are enjoying ALL the contents of the crate. We’ll have to start looking into healing and therapeutic power of bubble wrap from now on. For now, take care and game on with your new Xbox.
Thank you DadBodGaming for sponsoring this crate and helping support our military family. It’s heroes like you that can make a huge difference in the lives of veterans like Alde. Thank you and keep up the great work.
If you or someone you know would benefit from receiving one of our awesome supply crates, or you have some games, controllers, or consoles that you would like to donate, then please take the link below and we will contact you as soon as we can. It takes heroes like you to Stack Up with us so we can continue making a difference in the lives of veterans.