Do you have a bowl or two of leftover Halloween candy? Why not send a Hero Box to troops stationed overseas and sweeten up their day?

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Herobox is a non-profit organization that provides support and care packages to deployed service members, veterans, and first responders.

Their mission is to boost the morale and well-being of these individuals by sending them personalized packages containing essential items, snacks, and letters of appreciation.

Herobox aims to show gratitude and support to those who serve their countries, especially during challenging times when they are away from their families and loved ones.

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Herobox allows people to sponsor and create care packages for specific recipients, making the experience more personal and meaningful.

Donors can choose the items they want to include in the care packages, write letters of encouragement, and even track the delivery of the packages to the recipients.

The organization relies on the generosity and kindness of individuals and corporate sponsors to carry out its mission.

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How To Send Halloween Candy To Troops Using HeroBox

Packaging up your leftover Halloween candy and sending to troops overseas is pretty easy to do.

According to the "How To" video from HeroBox, here's how to do it -

1. Log on to herobox.org and select the service member you want to send your candy to and then select "Pack & Ship at Home".

2. Then, you can click "Purchase Shipping Label".

3. Next just pack the Halloween candy in a UPS Flat Rate Box.

4. Finally, simply place the shipping label on the box and ship.

You can even schedule a home pickup of your HeroBox if you can't make it to the post office.

For more head over to herobox.org.

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