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The Card Gang Assembled 55,000 Decks of Playing Cards for the Patriotic Drive…and again for
the Holiday Drive!
Wisconsin Girl Scout Troop #195 Collects over
6000 Beanie Babies!!
MORE THAN 1000 BEANIE BABIES COLLECTED!!
Three congregations in Irvine, CA participated in the drive: Woodbridge Community Church, Filipino American Church and Shuvah Yisrael, a Messanic Jewish Congregation.
Dean Hutkin celebrates his Bar Mitzvah with a tribute to
As part of his Eagle Scout project, Grant Oliver organizes a Pancake Breakfast to raise money to buy Phone Cards for
Operation Gratitude care packages! More pictures…
Franklin Sussex Auto Mall, N.J. collects items and donates $100 per car sold during Holiday Drive: Over $11,500 donated!
Photo courtesy www.wanamakerphotography.com
Emily and Friends celebrate her birthday by preparing “Care Bags” to send to the troops through Operation Gratitude!
Girl Scout Troop #2008, Columbus, Ohio deliver their Record-Breaking Donation of Cookies!
Emma M. Thanks The Troops!
Officers of the Old Forge High School Senior Class present $818.00 to Operation Gratitude. The funds were raised through a fun “Dress Down Day’ at school during which all students and faculty donated $1 to $5 to wear clothes normally not permitted by the Dress Code.
This Christmas the athletes of the Girl’s Cross Country Team from San Clemente High School in San Clemente, California participated in a collection of Beanie Babies for Operation Gratitude.
Team Welsh and Girl Scouts Provide Cookies to Operation Gratitude
Team Hillsdale Chrysler in Hillsdale Michigan
Collects items at their dealership and at local Walmart stores
Wisconsin Lutheran College football players and cheerleaders honored the men and women serving our nation’s military overseas with Operation Gratitude during the October 22 home game with Albion College. Fans at Raabe Stadium brought specified care package items, non-perishable foods and financial donations.
The members of the Randolph Community Arts Council are wonderful people who bring cultural Art events into the town ofRandolph, Massachusetts. The idea to have a “Concert for the Troops” came from a member–the success of the concert was made possible with the help of other RCAC members, family, and friends. The focus of the fundraiser was twofold…… to raise money for the Troops, and to make our young people aware of the importance to support our U.S. Service Members. It appears we have succeeded on both.The Randolph Community Arts Council is very proud to have been involve in something as important as supporting our Troops.
Jeep Employees at Chelsea
Wall of Tribute to Loved Ones Serving our Country
Chatsworth Hills Academy Middle School
As written by students Jordan Valentine and Michael Mondheim
Chatsworth Hills Academy has a long history of service learning. This year, the Middle School students chose Operation Gratitude as the recipient of their community service project. Our school has scheduled four collection dates during which to collect items to send overseas to the troops fighting the War on Terrorism. So far, after three collections, we have collected food, money, DVDs, CDs, and miscellaneous items. We collected 1110 food items, 400 miscellaneous items, and 155 CDs/DVDs. On top of that, we raised $379.39 in cash. Best Buy, in Porter Ranch, donated $300 to almost match our cash earnings to help us buy more CDs and DVDs. Students also wrote letters, composed poetry, drew pictures, and made cards during each collection week to be sent with the packages. Our goal for the last collection, scheduled for the week of May 2nd, is to collect another 1000 items – including items like chapstick, phone cards, hats, cameras, and individually wrapped food items. At Chatsworth Hills Academy Middle School even though we are kids, we know that our efforts are important and we know we can make a difference.