Supply Crate – Winter Rain 1
It is time to check in with another great Supply Crate deployment. This one is headed out to a medically retired Marine named Shawn. He sent us in the following request…
I got messed up in Afghanistan on my 2nd and 3rd deployments. I ended up getting medically retired from the Marines and now I just hang out at my house with my son and caretaker.
My wife is still active Navy working at Portsmouth Hospital.
I really like this program. Hopefully, you guys help out vets too, but put my request to the side for anyone active and deployed. I know what it’s like out there.
It is interesting that Shawn ended his request, not of thoughts for himself but of his fellow servicemembers. That selfless attitude, to think of others first, permeates our Armed Forces and fantastic individuals like Shawn are the proof.
Shawn, we know you “know what it’s like out there” and we know what it can be like back home after it is over. We were only too happy to Stack-Up and prepare a special crate for Shawn and his family full of gaming goodies. We sent the Supply Crate off and received an amazing response from Shawn along with some fantastic pictures in return.
So this came today…. Mind…. Blown!
Thanks again so much. I didn’t expect this at all. I’ll actually have something to do for the next few….. years hahaha.
Normally I’m pretty good at picking words for things but I can’t think of any and I’ve instantly turned back into a dumb grunt again hahaha. Seriously thanks again and be sure to pass along my thanks to anyone that made this possible.
Thank you, Shawn, for your service and for thinking of others. We hope the console and games go a long way to providing you and yours some enjoyment and happiness. Thanks also to our amazing supporters like Wgrates and the Corgi Army who support us in our mission and help make Supply Crates possible!
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: