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We love our volunteers! Want to join us at Forward Operating Base Operation Gratitude, aka “The FOB”? We welcome everyone age 12 and older and we offer a wide variety of jobs — there’s something for everyone! Find our full schedule, … Continue reading
Our Scarves for Troops Program is more popular than ever thanks to the dedicated and generous support from talented people like YOU all across the country! These made-with-love gifts are treasured by all who receive them! If you have knitting … Continue reading
Every week, we hear from enthusiastic people all across the country who, like you, want to join us to support the Military Community and Operation Gratitude’s patriotic cause. But, because they live far from our Los Angeles-area location, they think … Continue reading
Who doesn’t love getting MAIL? Without a doubt, the most popular items in the care packages we send are the letters of thanks written by grateful Americans of all ages. Some messages are a single sentence long, some go on for … Continue reading
…and we are ready to support them. Please join us. Every $15 donation helps send another care package. Learn about all the Operation Gratitude programs and the many ways we touch and impact the Military Community. Want to make someone’s … Continue reading
“Would it be so bad if the rest of us became more attuned to the values and can-do spirit our veterans have brought home from the military?” –from Joe Klein’s TIME Magazine cover story, “Can Service Save Us?” (June 20, 2013) As … Continue reading
Schools! Scout Troops! Youth Groups! Everyone else! Want to help us out with a special “March to a Million” project? Want to earn Community Service Hours? Read on! Go to this link: http://bit.ly/14OYRem Print one or more pages, grab a … Continue reading