some gave all, all can give some. 

There is no better way to give at Christmas time,
than to give to the children of our fallen American defenders of freedom.


We began our S.O.S Christmas program in 2018 to give back to the children and families of our fallen servicemen and women. These special kids have sacrificed much, and need to hear from the American people during this special time of the year.


Lost in the busy-ness of the Christmas season are the children of our fallen heroes, who sometimes wake up Christmas morning missing their mom or dad and perhaps not understanding why they are gone. Another question the children of our fallen ask is, “Does anyone even care that I’ve lost my parent, did it really even matter?”


ASC and thousands of American citizens aim to answer those questions with a resounding YES!


Together, we will be responsible for over 500 Gold Star children having a blessed Christmas morning.


There will be caring folks from the Southeast up to the Northeast areas giving back to these children through ASC’s S.O.S Christmas.


With the love that the Christmas season offers and through your help these children will know that it did matter, and we do care!

There are two ways to participate in ASC’s S.O.S Christmas:


1. Make a Donation: Donate at, so we can reach as many children as possible this Christmas. Your donations are appreciated, and A Soldier’s Child is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization and all financial gifts are tax deductible. ASC operates at 86% of every dollar going to the children in programs and services.


2. Sponsor a Family: Make a personal connection by selecting an ASC family to sponsor. This can be a great opportunity for your kids to experience the gift of giving and the true meaning of Christmas. 


Here’s How Sponsoring a Family Works

STEP ONE: You will first select an ASC family to sponsor at under the S.O.S. Christmas tab of your choice.   We will have families with one child and families with up to 5 children and more available for sponsorship.  These ASC children live in the Southeast states and Northeast area states. From Arkansas to Massachusetts.  


STEP TWO: You will purchase gifts for each child. Our goal is for each child to receive 3-5 gifts with an overall value of $100 or more per child. We have compiled a list of suggested gift items for various age groups, which you may view here. Many families have provided a “wish list” for each child.  YOU MUST USE THIS LIST, when provided.


STEP THREE (optional): We encourage you to include a personal note to the recipient family, and if desired, you may include your contact information. Many times, the recipient family wishes to send a note of thanks back to the sponsoring family, and this will allow them to do so.


STEP FOUR: Please bring all presents, wrapped and tagged with the children’s name and family number on the outside of every gift.  

Please bring all wrapped gifts in an orderly fashion on Saturday, December 14th for Southeast between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. at a location that will be emailed to you and Saturday, December 14th for the Northeast area between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. at a location that will be emailed to you.  


You will also need to bring the sponsor sheet (gift record), which will be emailed to you upon confirmation of your sponsorship. This is a list of what was purchased by you for each child and the approximate dollar amount spent on each item. 


If a group of people are shopping for a family, all presents must be delivered at the same time to ensure none of the gifts are mixed up.


A Soldier’s Child (ASC) Foundation serves children of fallen servicemen and women from all U.S. military branches. ASC acknowledges all deaths during active duty and any deaths post military service, due to service-related injuries or illnesses. This includes suicides from PTSD related deaths. ASC offers Love to the child left behind, Honor for the memory of the fallen and a Hope for the children to live a courageous life. We do this with yearly birthday celebrations, summer camps, mentorship programs, and facilitating in secondary/college scholarships.

Non-profit 501(c)(3)       ID # 26-3032468 |


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