Navy Dads

June 2008 I asked a few Navy moms if they would help me on my bithday adopt a group of deployed sailors that none of us knew. 10 Navy moms said yes ---- it went so well we did it again the next month with a different group. fast forward 2 years

June 2010 we have 690 Navy moms, 3000 facebook fans, 1800 twitter followers, and a website.

We are a 501c3 non profit.

And we have never missed a month adopting deployed troops.

We have done Sailors, Marines, Army so far ---if they ask to be adopted, we say yes. Heck there is no other answer then YES !!

This is a 100% volunteer run group, we have no overhead, we pay for nothing, and no one gets paid.

They either donate their expertise and or time or not. Even our website cost is donated.


This is our History

July 2008 -5 EOD's

Augest 2008 - 46 Seabees NMCB3 Iraq

Sept 2008 - 60 MA's Kuwait

Oct 2008 - 34 Corpsmen Kuwait

Nov /Dec 2008 ----- 250 USS Rodney M Davis FFG 60 

Jan 2009 - 55 Corpsmen Afghanistan

Feb 2009 ---105 Air Squadrom VAQ 142 Iraq

March 2009 -- 30 Kuwait

April 2009 - 33 Dog Handlers/Dogs Djibouti

May 2009 ------ while waiting for the 4th of july group we took 2 weeks and wrote thank you letters to VETS (Vietnam,Korea, Desert Storm, even a few WWII ) if we knew of a vet they got a thank you letter

June 2009 --- 250 Seabees NMCB5 Kuwait

July 2009 ---90 Sailors Iraq AND 56 Marines at sea

August 2009 -- 250 USS Crommelin FFG37

Sept 2009 ----45 Engineers USS Frank Cagle AS40  (Guam)

Oct 2009 --- 60 Medic unit Kuwait

Nov/Dec 2009 --- 600 Seabees NMCB74 Afghanistan

Jan 2010 --- 55 Army Medic Unit Afghanistan  

Feb 2010 ---- 7000 cards sent to the USS Carl Vinson while in Haiti (chappy passed the letters to many ships that were there)  along with ~~

Feb  2010 --- 807 USS Cleveland LPD7  (apply for 501c3 non profit)

March  2010 --- 59 MA's Diego Garcia   (recieve 501c3 non profit)

April 2010 ----260 Marines Afghanistan  *Mollys Adopt A Marine* website

May /June 2010 -----600 Seabees NMCB5 Afghanistan

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NavyDads mission is to Provide Support, Encouragement, and Knowledge to Sailors and their Families throughout their Journey together in the United States Navy.

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