Gifts for Every Occasion That Support Our Veterans


We all determine what companies or people we want to support with every purchase. Certainly quality, consistency, and price are significant factors; however, you can also use our buying power to push companies that align with our beliefs or support charities we feel strongly about. The next time you are looking for a gift, check out one of the companies and products listed below that support our veterans.

Fun T-Shirts

Veteran owned t-shirt brand 316 tees has a wide selection of patriotic tees for men, women, and children. Their apparel is upbeat, quirky, and packs a strong message about its values. Orders are made through their online store, which offers discounts for multiple purchases.

Christmas Ornaments

Finding the perfect gift for grandparents or distant relatives can be nearly impossible when they already seem to have it all. The best gifts include sentiment during the holiday season, and what better than with a personalized Christmas ornament? Paisley Grove Gifts also offers customized key holders, personalized picture frames, and free shipping in the lower 48 states.

Customized Cards

It’s challenging remembering birthdays and milestones for family and friends that we see often, let alone those living afar. Luckily, The Birthday Company can take on the task for you, including adding a digitized signature, return address, and even putting it in the mail. In addition, you can add on a box of chocolates or a gift card for Amazon, Dunkin’ Donuts, Starbucks, or more.


Who wouldn’t be over the moon to get a decadent cheesecake as a gift? With flavors ranging from Amaretta to Candied Bacon to a traditional New York cheesecake, we know that there will be a flavor combination to suit almost everyone’s taste buds at American Cheesecakes. If you are in Virginia, check out how this company is proof that you can have your dessert and help a good cause at the same time.

Board Games

Macronova Games has a monstrous assortment of games suitable for children, families, adults, or parties. Their mission is to enhance connections for service members, their families, and their communities at large.


The coffee addict in your life will love getting gifts from Southern Sweet and Sassy Coffee. You’ll score in that the company offers a military discount and supports a range of veteran programs, including Veterans Grow America, Vets4Warriors, and The Rosie Network. You can also speak to them about providing caffeine-fueled favors in sample sizes for weddings or events.


If you can’t always be with a special new mom in person, consider treating her with a monthly gift box. Each Cater to Mom care package includes treats and information that Marsha, the founder, wishes she had access to as a military wife. The subscription boxes change monthly but include an assortment of full-sized products, supplements, books, skincare, and healthy snacks customized for dietary restrictions. In addition, this company includes helpful literature about challenging topics like relationships, sleeping routines, depression, and stress.

It takes sleuthing to find businesses and services that support our vets, but it is worth the effort. All of the companies included on our list are owned and operated by veterans or their families and continue to actively pay it forward.


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