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Alabama's Tide for Troops is struggling to rebuild after the majority of its inventory was taken in a burglary earlier this week. They refuse to let this setback stop their work, and they need your help to keep their mission going.

You're probably already familiar with the work Tide for Troops has done; perhaps you've scrolled past a few photos shared on your Facebook news feed, photos of the men and women of our Armed Forces in places like Afghanistan and Iraq, smiling with pride as they show off their new Crimson Tide gear. Tide for Troops has been working to send T-Shirts and other fan memorabilia to troops stationed overseas, sending them a little bit of home to lighten the load of their deployments.

After losing thousands of dollars worth of items a robbery Wednesday, October 29, 2014, the non-profit is working quickly to get back on their feet. One of the ways you can help is to be on the lookout for stolen merchandise pictured below. If you see any of the items pictured below for sale, contact Tide for Troops as soon as possible.

Tide for Troops

Other stolen items include jerseys autographed by Shaun Alexander and Antonio Langham. Other Bama prints and signed memorabilia are missing as well; more details about the missing items will be released as Tide for Troops completes the painstaking process of taking inventory after being the burgalry.

Bama fans around the state and the Nation can step up and support our troops by making a donation to the recovery fund Tide for Troops established this week. Make a donation by checking out Tide for Troops's GoFundMe campaign HERE.

Learn more about Tide for Troops HERE.