When soldiers return home from active duty, many of them struggle to adjust to civilian life. For so long their identity was that of a soldier—a man or woman in uniform. However, once they complete their service, many veterans feel a lack of purpose; they feel overwhelmed and out of touch with a civilian lifestyle. Soldiers may also bring back physical and mental ailments with them, such as post-traumatic stress disorder. With almost 18 million veterans in the United States, many organizations are stepping up to answer the call for assistance. If you want to help America’s soldiers, we offer a list of honorable ways to support the veteran community. It’s one thing to say, “I support the troops”—it’s another to actually do it. Volunteer or donate to help one of these organizations helping veterans meet the new challenges they face upon returning home.