About Us

The General's Kids was designed for our nation's little warriors. Whether they are infants or teenagers, facing the life-changing injury or illness of a parent leaves a lasting impression. There are so many wonderful organizations out there that benefit wounded warriors and their families, and children often benefit from these. But at The General's Kids we are proud to focus 100% on the children and young siblings of the wounded, ill, and injured. We can help connect children and teenagers of various ages with others across the country who are going through similar struggles, provide sponsors who will send encouraging cards or care packages, and will soon be able to offer financial assistance for things like special interests or school funding. Children living the Wounded Warrior life are faced with a harsh sense of reality. We intend to help bring back some of the things that help comfort and lighten these kids' hearts. Our goals are big and extend all the way up to wanting to fund Disney vacations and college scholarships. Our belief is that whether there are 10,000 wounded warrior kids or just one, each and every one is a priority and deserves to have their sacrifice for our freedom acknowledged. Learn more about how you can help here.

About Our Founder

Jacqueline Goodrich has been an Army Wife since Christmas Eve 2005. Since then she has spent time as a freelance writer, photographer, and baby wrangler as Lucy and Tag came into their lives. On February 20th 2012, her husband’s 26th birthday, she woke up to a phone call from Afghanistan. The days that followed found the family rushing to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to be by his side as he recovered from serious wounds sustained in combat. It didn’t take long living at this unfamiliar place for Jacqueline to see the effect it had on three year old Lucy and newborn Tag. For months as the family adjusted to this “new normal” she watched parents of infants and even teenagers fight to make hospital life a little more kid-friendly. The idea for The General’s Kids grew from her desire to see her own children still experience joy in the midst of life-changing circumstances. Jacqueline’s husband SGT. Goodrich is now medically retired after a long road in the Army's Warrior Transition Brigade. She has been appointed to a fellowship with the Elizabeth Dole Foundation and together they strive to bring better resources to our Little Warriors and advocate policy improvement for warriors across the country.