The Douglas J. Green Memorial Foundation is an all volunteer non-profit 501 (c) (3)organization tax ID # 45-3671557. The foundation is dedicated to providing comfort and support to service members and their families through sending thoughtful and useful care packages during their deployments and planning exciting and memorable experiences for service members to look forward to once they return home.

You’ll be able to read up on our cause, recommend a soldier, get to know Doug and the members of the organization, learn about upcoming events, read blog posts, and sign up to volunteer!

We welcome your donation!

Local Support from KTNV ABC (Channel 13)!

With our 9/11 Events coming up, we’re very thankful that we’ve receiving support from local news stations. Watch the short 1 minute video below: If you could help support our troops and our cause by attending one of our upcoming events we would greatly appreciate it. We want to send out 1,000 care packages on… Read more

PICTURES: Munchies for the Military

The “Munchies for the Military” event was a huge success and I just wanted to thank everyone for participating! Checkout the pictures below!

The Romantic Ideal

I only got to visit Doug once in Alaska. At the end of my trip, before I flew the 4,000 miles back to Northern Virginia, he reluctantly showed me the barracks he had called home for the past four years. I wasn’t familiar with military life when I met Doug four months earlier, and he… Read more

Operation Letters of Love

Here is footage of the Channel 13 news spot from our Valentine’s Day care package event from earlier today can be found here: http://www.ktnv.com/news/local/189534341.html

Unknown Soldiers Blog

Doug’s Mom Suni had the opportunity to speak to Tom Sileo of The Unknown Soldiers Blog. He writes not only on his blog but in many newspapers as well. We want to thank him for his amazing newspaper column all about Doug: http://www.unknownsoldiersblog.com/2013/01/the-other-fellow-first.html We are so glad the public can get to know Doug through… Read more


People could not stop recalling good things about Douglas J. Green, who grew up in Northern Virginia and was known for caring about his high school and its students and teachers and the community that surrounded it.

He also cared about his country, and shortly after graduation from Potomac Falls High School in Sterling, he joined the Army.

Spc. Douglas J. Green, 23, of Sterling, Va., died Aug. 28 in Kandahar province, Afghanistan, of injuries suffered when insurgents attacked his unit with a RPG (Rocket Propelled Grenade). He was assigned to the 3rd Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment, 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, Fort Wainwright, Alaska.
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