They Still Have Work To Do…So Do We.

Our Service Members’ work continues…and so does ours. 

The holidays are almost upon us.  Tens of thousands of Service Members will be separated from their loved ones during this time…which means that Operation Gratitude will do our part to bring a bit of comfort to our Heroes far away from home.   Please visit our website to get involved and learn How YOU Can Help — no matter where you live!

Consider making a financial donation today and help us cover our assembly and shipping costs as we near our One Millionth Care Package Celebration on December 7

Every donation counts — every donation makes a difference!

THANK YOU for your support!


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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1 Response to They Still Have Work To Do…So Do We.

  1. _kaitie_ says:

    Reblogged this on Sweet Thanks for Troops: The Marshall Plan and commented:
    Love what Operation Gratitude does!


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