Helping Veterans Heal

PTSD is a complex condition.  We do not claim to be experts in the field.  However, we do know that our expressions of care and respect given to the Military through our Operation Gratitude Care Packages have had a significant impact on lifting morale and alleviating loneliness and isolation.

Our sincere thanks go out to CBS2/KCAL for partnering with USC grad student Maury Shessel and his fellow graduating seniors from the USC School of Cinematic Arts Media Institute for Social Change to make this Operation Gratitude Public Service Announcement regarding PTSDWe hope you will take a few moments (30 seconds, to be precise) to watch it:


We are grateful for your help spreading the word about what we do. Our work is not done.

Learn more here: What Does Operation Gratitude Do?

Find all our YouTube videos here: Operation Gratitude YouTube Channel

THANK YOU for your support!

PTSD Day

 

About Operation Gratitude

Operation Gratitude annually sends 200,000+ care packages to Veterans, First Responders, New Recruits, Wounded Heroes, their Care Givers, and to individually named U.S. service members deployed overseas and their families waiting at home. Each package is filled with food, entertainment, hygiene and hand-made items, as well as personal letters of support. Our mission is to lift the spirits and meet the evolving needs of the Military and First Responder communities, and provide volunteer opportunities for civilians anywhere in America to express their appreciation to all who serve our nation. Each package contains donated product valued between $45 and $100 and costs our organization $15 to assemble and ship. Since its inception in 2003, Operation Gratitude volunteers have shipped more than 1.6 Million Care Packages.
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