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NOTE: The most recent information about Operation Gratitude’s Scarves for Troops Program is posted here: http://bit.ly/ScarvesforTroops A new guest post from our Scarves for Troops coordinators: Even though the days are still hot for some of us, there is a hint … Continue reading
CAMP DEHDADI II — Surrounded by cheering and clapping comrades, Spc. Samuel Mancilla, a motor transport operator assigned to the 1072nd Transportation Company, 378th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 10th Sustainment Brigade received Operation Gratitude’s milestone 800,000th care package on August 15, … Continue reading
As we prepare for our 10th Annual Holiday Drive, we are excited to announce another art contest for students entering grades K-12! This time, we are looking for original artwork for the holiday greeting card we will send in 50,000+ … Continue reading
The crowd was electric and in a celebratory mood on June 16 when more than 500 volunteers descended on the California National Guard Armory in Van Nuys to assemble the 800,000th Operation Gratitude Care Package. The Milestone package, which will … Continue reading
As our care packages continue to reach their destinations, we receive wonderful letters, email and photos in reply. We post them in the “Mail Call” and “Photo Gallery” of our website, but also wanted to share a few with you … Continue reading
If you’ve ever visited our Vendors with Great Ideas page on the Operation Gratitude website, you’ve seen the wonderfully creative initiatives our corporate partners have designed to raise funds and collect items critically needed to send care packages to our … Continue reading
A guest post from deployed First Lietuenant John A., who is serving in the United States Marine Corps: As American service members continue ten more years of commitment to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, we cannot help but think: … Continue reading