Mail Call

We receive letters every day from Care Package recipients abroad and at home. Check this page often to read their messages to YOU, the American people, who made their Care Packages possible.

I truly appreciate the love and concern that you’ve shown myself and my unit. Thank you very much for the care package.”

A.F.

Just knowing people out there still care is what means the most to me.

Good morning,

I wanted to personally reach out and thank the Operation Gratitude Team. As a deployed Soldier, your boxes mean a lot to us. Your time and efforts do not go unnoticed. I especially enjoyed the candy in the box. Most importantly, just knowing people out there still care is what means the most to me.

Thank you and God bless.

V/R

SSG K. W.

FOO Program Manager

RCO Erbil

Y’all are truly our little angels.

Y’all are truly our little angels. If you only knew how much this truly make us feel over here. Thank you for all the support. I.J., Army Strong

We love you, and continue to pray for you all as well as you continue to pray for us

Operation Gratitude,

My name is EN1 E., R. and thank you for all that you’ve sent to my sailors. I enjoy them under my supervision, and they have enjoyed the items that you’ve sent. It’s hard to get the things needed due to the many days out at sea. We haven’t been able to pull in to any port visit due to an illness aboard. Your items were much needed and we thank you so much for them. I pray that you will continue to meet the needs of all those that trust in you and your organization.

P.S. We love you, and continue to pray for you all as well as you continue to pray for us. May God bless you in all that you do.

Thanks,

EN1 R. E.

LPO of  M-Division

USS Fort McHenry LSD 43

Thank you

Thank you.   R.F., Hudson Valley Honor Flight

You are all incredibly awesome and thoughtful — your efforts will never fall short of bringing smiles this way.

Hello there! I just wanted to write and send the deepest expressions of gratitude from my company’s Soldiers as their care packages have recently started to arrive. I work a lil bit away from a lot of them & was unable to capture any pictures of them with theirs, but will send a picture with me & my package. If I catch a few more before they have opened & ravaged their boxes, I’ll send those too.

Just two nights ago my XRay tech messaged me saying “I heard you may have put some names in for Operation Gratitude. If you put mine in, I just wanted to say thank you. It made my day to get something”. My PLT SGT told me the command team also sent me thanks for submitting their names. But to be honest, I just compiled a list on excel & another lovely OG member painstakingly entered in each one of them, over 50 if I remember correctly. You are all incredibly awesome and thoughtful — your efforts will never fall short of bringing smiles this way.

SSG J. Y.

64th BSB, 3 ABCT, 4 ID

Your goody box was such a joy to open. The Thin Mints are gone! Everything is so useful. Can’t wait to read the book. Thank you.

I will use this scarf to wrap around my face during our aggressive sand storms

 

My name is Master Sergeant R B. I am currently serving in the Air Force in the Middle East. Today I received a care package from Operation Gratitude and inside was a wonderful scarf.

I would like to take a moment to give thanks for your generosity in making and distributing this particular scarf that made its way to me. You’re kindness is much appreciated.

I will use this scarf to wrap around my face during our aggressive sand storms.

Many Blessings,
R.B.

Thanks for the scarf

Thanks for the scarf that was in the gift box Honor Flight was passing out to Veterans Sunday at the Walden Firehouse. Jim J. (Hudson Valley Honor Flight)