The 2020 Halloween Candy Give Back Program has officially closed.
We so appreciate everyone’s time, energy and resources to make this year, even during COVID19, a huge success! We were able to make 164 Donor Matches and 75 Recipient Matches throughout the country! Also, because of your generous financial donations to the Halloween Candy Give Back Program campaign, we will even be able to mail candy to the over 60 Military, Veteran and First Responder units who requested candy, but we could not find a match for!
Please click on this link to see an informational brochure that goes into more detail regarding the Halloween Candy Give Back Program. (Much more info than we can fit on our website!)
Q: Are you still accepting candy?
We are no longer accepting candy donations at this time. If you have candy you would like to donate we suggest contacting your local fire and police stations to see if they would like to receive your sweet treats!
The Halloween Candy Give-Back Program has been connecting communities with Military, Veteran and First Responder Heroes each fall since 2007. While Halloween may look a little different this year, Operation Gratitude and our incredible volunteers are committed to continuing to give back in meaningful ways.
Grateful Americans across the nation share a portion of their Halloween candy with Operation Gratitude, and we donate it to Deployed Troops, Local Military Units, Veterans, and First Responders with the goal of forging strong bonds between the civilian and service communities nationwide.
Whether you have participated in previous years, or this will be the first time, you are in for a real “treat”.