Project Write2Them is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the morale of our military trainees while they are in basic training or boot camp. Our mission is to make it easier for families and friends to stay in touch with their loved one and make sure that every trainee’s name is called at Mail Call!

Project Write2Them provides the convenience and security of sending an email when the trainee cannot receive email or other electronic communications and must receive a printed letter. With Project Write2Them, you simply send an email and your loved one receives a letter from home.

Since 2010, we have provided families of military recruits with an easy, cost-effective way to stay connected by blending both high-tech (email) and low tech (mail delivered through the postal system) solution.

We are staffed by volunteers and funded by the families using the service. Our goal is to be entirely supported by donations from individuals and corporate sponsors reducing the financial burden on the families these trainees leave at home.

We provide service to all 9 basic training locations, U.S. Air Force Academy, West Point, U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and other military schools and training locations.

Go to our website at to donate, learn more about Project Write2Them or to sign up for service.

Project Write2Them is a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization.

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  1. Brenda says:

    My DS just started at the USAFA and during BCT they are not allowed to receive photos. I noted PRINT PHOTOS – NO (left blank). Now I am receiving automated messages instructing how to send photos and instructions on how to create a thumbnail profile picture. Please confirm that no photos and no profile thumbnail photos will be printed. I don’t want to have all his mail confiscated because a random friend didn’t follow the rules and uploaded photos. Thank you!

    • Hi Brenda,
      It really depends on the squadron, but you’re correct most restrict photos during the first part of BCT. The cadets are able to see the photos you send but then they take them until after BCT. They will get them back!
      Good luck to your son.

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