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Project Rudolph Charity

Project Rudolph was created to give deployed and deploying service members a bit of holiday cheer. Our goal is to provide gift bags for not only the military members transitioning through the airport on days leading up to Christmas, but also on Christmas day for the staff and patients at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center, injured warriors at transition barracks, and for our deployed troops downrange. Last year we were able to send Project Rudolph bags to service members in 14 different countries around the world.


Providing professional portraits free of charge to families of deployed or soon to be deployed service-members.
Also providing free baby portraits taken within the first few days of birth, born while the father is deployed downrange.

We are continuing to seek out sponsors, photographers, and anyone willing to help make Project Portrait possible at other U.S. military installations around the world.


Helping cheer injured service members by giving Guardian Angel Bags.

  "I received a Guardian Angel Bag today from a small little girl in the hallway at Landstuhl Hospital. I was soo surprised and delighted all at the same time. She is the exact reason I am going back to Baghdad, after my 3 week stay here. She was here and then gone, just like a Little Angel. And I wanted to say "thank you" for making my stay here so much better and for making me feel special and appreciated. It truly means the world... Thank You My Little Angel"

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