Saturday, April 19, 2008

Soldiers' Angels Unveils the Silver Star of Hope

Check it out! You can buy a beautiful piece of jewelry AND support Soldiers' Angels! Just in time for Mother's Day, too! Spread the word!!!

Soldiers' Angels Unveils the Silver Star of Hope, an Exquisite Jewelry Piece Designed by Anne Dale
April 18, 2008, Pasadena, CA- Soldiers' Angels is proud to unveil the addition to the Soldiers' Angels Store with the exquisite piece of jewelry called the Silver Star of Hope designed by Anne Dale. The Silver Star of Hope brings together two great American traditions; the silver star and the yellow ribbon, in a design that combines the valor and heroism of a soldier with the longing to reunite with family, friends and community. The Silver Star of Hope is available as a pendant or a pin and a portion of each Silver Star of Hope is donated to Soldiers' Angels.

The Silver Star of Hope is part of the Anne Dale's Jeweler for a Cause Collection. A group of original jewelry designs created to help raise money and awareness for people in need. The Anne Dale Jeweler for a Cause Collection is available nationwide through a network of 40,000 retail jewelers and the collection is proudly Made in Louisiana.
The Silver Star is the third highest award given for valor. It is awarded to the elite men and woman in the military who have displayed extraordinary heroism. It is the Silver Star and few have the honor of receiving it.

The display of a Yellow Ribbon is a sign of loyalty to family, friends or loved ones who are welcome home. Customarily it is used to welcome home men and women who have been away for a long time under adverse or particularly difficult circumstances such as war or prison.

For more information about the Silver Star of Hope go to Please be sure to use the promo code soldier in the shopping cart so that a portion of the proceeds goes towards the Soldiers Angels Organization.

Soldiers' Angels currently supports tens of thousands of American service members stationed wherever the American flag is raised. Soldiers' Angels is dedicated in supporting the military during and after their deployment. In the time honored tradition of civilian support of American soldiers, Soldiers' Angels sponsors programs which provide support to American soldiers and their families. Soldiers' Angels' programs include first responder packs, support, and laptop computers to wounded soldiers who are receiving treatment at American military hospitals; care packages, letters, and support to deployed soldiers; armored blankets to military ambulances; items shipped for deployed soldiers to give children in the war zone; and memorial trees for the families of soldiers who have died in the service of their country. There are several ways to support our troops through Soldiers' Angels, for more information please go to our national website or contact Soldiers' Angels at (615)676-0239 or

"May no soldier go unloved, may no soldier walk alone, may no soldier be forgotten, until they all come home." ~ Patti Patton-Bader

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