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Sometimes when you write letters for Operation Gratitude care packages, you will hear back from one or more of the recipients. That was the case for volunteer and supporter, Sara S., who recently shared this with us: “I met R. … Continue reading
We are grateful to once again be among the more than 180 charities supported nationwide by Jersey Mike’s Subs during its 6th Annual Month of Giving, which is off to a great start! In 2015, our partnership with 91 local … Continue reading
This is a special guest blog post from our friends Mercera and Madeleine, “two fifth graders who wanted to make a difference,” and chose to support Operation Gratitude! We are so very honored and grateful! Here’s what they did and … Continue reading
From all of us at Operation Gratitude, we want to wish everyone a very happy new year! As always, our thoughts and thanks today are with the troops, veterans, first responders and military families, who have made daily sacrifices in … Continue reading
We know care packages = SMILES, and we just love seeing smiles like these! Don’t you? Our troops work hard all year long, and during the holiday season it must be more difficult than ever to be away from loved ones and … Continue reading
In 2012, Operation Gratitude included the very first paracord “survival” bracelets in care packages to First Responders. The response was overwhelmingly positive so we decided to send them in every care package we could! We asked you, our volunteers, to … Continue reading
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Is it time to upgrade your cell phone or smartphone? Want to help support the Military Community and Operation Gratitude’s Programs when you do? Donate your phone and GRC Wireless will recycle it and contribute…