Tips on Coping

Tips on Coping While Your Son or
Daughter is Deployed to a War Zone. Nobody is unaffected by war. In military families, however, there is the added fear for the safety of loved ones who have been deployed or who may be deployed in the future.

Blue and Gold Star Banners

Blue Star Mothers of America are mothers who now have, or have had, children serving in the military. Our members hang blue star banners in their windows whenever their children join the armed forces. The blue star stands for hope and pride, as well as designating the number of children who are serving. The blue star banner will have a star for each child serving in the military.

Support the Blue Star Moms

There are many ways you can assist the Blue Star Moms Houston Area Chapter. First and foremost, we want to support our family members through monthly meetings. Our monthly meetings occur the fourth Tuesday of each month (excluding December). Our meeting location is at the American Legion Hall at 307 Charles St, Humble, TX 77338.

Care Packages

We send care packages to deployed service men and women worldwide. Do you know a hero deployed to a combat zone? Refer to the IRS website for official combat zones. Send us his or her name, address and expected month of return to add them on the list.

Non-Profit Status

Blue Star Mothers of America, Inc is a nonprofit service organization supporting each other, our children and promoting patriotism. The Houston Area Chapter is covered under the Blue Star Mothers of America National status as a 501(c)3 organization. Guidestar Non-Profit Report IRS Letters of Determination of 501(c)3 status Letter from the IRS regarding National 501(c)3 status. …

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