Operation Gratitude partnered with Support the Enlisted Project and GH Community to host a Care Package Assembly Day in San Diego April 20. All three nonprofits exist to support those who serve our nation and at the event, volunteers created thousands of Care Packages for First Responders in the Southern California region.
WNCT’s coverage of a Care Package Assembly Day held on April 9 at the Onslow Community Outreach Center in partnership with Veterans Services of the Carolinas. 3500 Operation Gratitude Care Packages were prepared at this event and will be delivered to Veterans and First Responders locally and across the country.
Operation Gratitude and Veterans Services of the Carolinas welcomed volunteers at a Care Package Assembly Day in Jacksonville on April 9 at the Onslow Community Outreach Center. There, 3,500 Care Packages were created for distribution to Veterans and First Responders. Watch WITN’s coverage of the event here.
Coverage by KCAL of Operation Gratitude’s March 19 Care Package Assembly Day at the FOB in Chatsworth. The event also marked the organization’s 19 birthday and there, volunteers created 5,000 care packages to support deployed troops and another 1,000 for delivery to Veterans across the US.
Operation Gratitude turned 19 years old on March 19 and marked the event with a Care Package Assembly Day at their headquarters in Chatsworth. There, hundreds of volunteers put together 5,000 care packages for US troops deployed in response to the crisis in Ukraine and another 1,000 for Veterans across the country.
Operation Gratitude turns 19 on March 19th and kicked off a coast-to-coast birthday celebration with a Care Package Assembly at the D.C. National Guard Armory March 13 and 14. There, volunteers put together 10,000 Care Packages which will be distributed to first responders at law enforcement, fire, and EMS agencies across the country.
Operation Gratitude kicks off its 19th birthday week with a Care Package Assembly Day in Washington D.C. supporting 10,000 First Responders nationwide
Holy Family School students students made cards and wrote letters to First Responders and the US Military. Additionally, the students collected “wish items” for morale boxes. Through their partnership with Operation Gratitude, HFS prayers, well wishes, thank you notes and goodies will be sent to service members all over the world.