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support our troopsThe National Remember Our Troops Campaign is a 501(c)(3) military and veterans charity dedicated to remembering the service and sacrifice of all military servicemembers, all veterans and their families, supporting those in need and letting them know they are not forgotten.

Welcome To The

National Remember Our Troops Campaign


Demonstrator Job




This is a real job. Not Independent Contractor.

Apply from anywhere in the USA!

While hiring veterans is part of our mission, being a military veteran is NOT required. This job can be a great for veterans, guard, reservists, military spouses or anyone who wants be involved in supporting our troops and helping homeless or financially distressed veterans and their families.

Your job will be to set up and host “CARD SIGNING DONATION TABLES” in front of Walmarts and grocery stores and such. We also setup at Gun & Knife Shows, Hunting, Fishing & Outdoor Expos as well as various other community events. Anywhere there are people!

You will need to get your own portable collapsible donation table if you don’t have one.

NROTC will coach you on how to schedule table setups from the comfort of your home… Its easy!… If we have an Event Coordinator assigned to your area you will be required to work at their direction. They will schedule table setup events for you.

From behind your table, you will be asking passers-by to sign “Thank You For Your Service” cards that we forward to deployed troops and “Get Well Soon” cards that we send to hospitalized veterans. Most of these people are willing to drop some spare change or a dollar or two… or more… in your donation container!

*While most events are on weekends, grocery stores are great because they can keep you busy working on weekdays!


Mike Chavis and Debbie Schlogel at a grocery store in Maryland.
One guy is signing a card while the other guy fishes through his wallet for a donation.

Donations are the life’s blood of any charity and donations for the most part, do not magically drop out of the sky or arrive unsolicited. As part of our national fundraising team, you’ll be helping us accomplish our mission.


Lisa Sietsma at a 4th of July Parade in Pennsylvania with her husband Charlie. On her table is a picture of her brother who was a Cobra Helicopter Pilot and died in a helicopter crash at Fort Benning, GA in 1986 leaving a wife and one month old baby. Much of what she does is in remembrance of him.


Mary Rodriguez at a church bazaar in Maryland


Irvin Engle doing his normal great job at a local grocery store.

Gratuity Items on your table are OPTIONAL and NOT REQUIRED


NROTC provides for expense reimbursement for certain expenses such as mileage at 25 cents per mile to and from your home, road tolls, initial table supplies, additional table supplies, any table setup or registration fees that may be charged by any event promoter and gratuity items purchased from NROTC or any other vendor.

Any and all reimbursements are limited to 25% of the amount in your donation container and receipts are required. Issuing a check in advance to a table representative or issuing a check back as reimbursement for expenses paid is not NROTC policy.

This job pays a base of $10.00 per hour to start (or State Minimum Wage if higher) or a very generous 30% commission on total donation dollars collected weekly whichever is higher.

In some cases the base starting wage may be higher than $10.00 per hour for certain qualified employment candidates. This base wage may also be increased after you have shown us you are good at what you do.

Usually your 30% commission will pay you much better than your base hourly wage.

Earnings are commensurate with your efforts. Location and foot-traffic DOES make a difference. This can be a great way to earn money while helping us accomplish our mission.


Setting-up at Gun & Knife Shows, Hunting, Fishing & Outdoor Expos, community festivals, ethnic festivals, boat shows, craft shows, car shows, biker events, concerts, conventions, sporting events… (this list just goes on and on)… is going to put you in front of more people than you will meet standing in front of a grocery store all day, not that a grocery store is all that bad. You can earn $100 per day at a grocery store on a good day. (See below)

A Typical “Grocery Store” Tracking Sheet:(Irvin earned $20.04 per hour this day. This is a typical good day at a grocery store)
Click to examine this Tracking Sheet closely

You have the potential to earn much more on a day spent at a higher foot-traffic event!


*You MUST have your own reliable transportation.

*You MUST have a valid drivers license in the state where you live.

*You MUST provide NROTC with proof that you maintain adequate and current auto insurance.

*You MUST have internet, a printer and email at home.

*You MUST have a working cell phone with you at all times when doing any table setup.

For those of you who would prefer to have a MEANINGFUL… rather than menial job, this is it!


Because our employees are dealing with cash, we only hire trustworthy people.

Is this job not quite what you are looking for?…


Does this sound like something you would like to do?

To apply as a Donation Table Representative you will need to digitally sign
NROTC’s Donation Table Representative Agreement.


Learn more about…
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National Remember Our Troops Campaign, Inc. (“NROTC”) is a Maryland nonprofit corporation recognized as tax-exempt under IRS § 501(c)(3). All donations or contributions made payable to NROTC are fully tax deductible for federal income tax purposes. EIN: 26-0098940

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