OPERATION GRATITUDE ASSEMBLY DAY
Washington, DC
January 17, 2019
11am – 1pm

Volunteers from Washington DC and surrounding communities are invited to join us to assemble 25,000 Operation Gratitude Care Pouches for Law Enforcement Officers, Firefighters and National Guardsmen serving in our nation’s capital and in more than a dozen other cities across America.

WASHINGTON, DC ASSEMBLY DAY

On Thursday, January 17, 2019, Operation Gratitude, with the help of our BRIDGE Council, will bring together volunteers from the DC Metro area to assemble 25,000 of our signature red Care Pouches which will be distributed to First Responders and National Guardsmen locally and nationwide.  

The event is part of Operation Gratitude’s grassroots movement to forge strong bonds between grateful Americans and their Military and First Responder Heroes through volunteer service projects, acts of gratitude, and meaningful engagements in communities nationwide.

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
PLEASE VISIT US IN PERSON AT OUR CHECK-IN TABLE

All volunteers must sign a release form. Children ages 13 and older are welcome to serve; those ages 13 – 17 must have a responsible adult with them on the premises at all times.  Parents/guardians must sign the release form for minors under 18.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 2019
11:00am – 1:00pm

DC Armory
2001 E Capitol St SE
Washington, DC 20003

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QUESTIONS?

Email us at info@operationgratitude.com.

VOLUNTEER INFORMATION

REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Each volunteer must register online IN ADVANCE of the event. Registrations are non-transferable and walk-up volunteers will not be admitted.

SIGN IN AND RELEASE FORM

All Volunteers must sign a Release Form (parents/guardians must sign for minors under 18). Children ages 13 and older are welcome to serve; those ages 13 – 17 must have a responsible adult with them on the premises at all times.

  • All Volunteers must fill out a release form, which will be emailed to you prior to the event.
  • All Volunteers must present a government or school issued I.D. with photo when requested.
  • Wear the name tag provided at check-in at all times.

CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES

  • Wear closed-toe shoes; no sandals or flip-flops allowed.
  • Wear comfortable but respectful clothing (No “short-shorts” or revealing tops); avoid political statements on clothing.
  • Lock purse or other valuables in your car.
  • Please leave large bags, backpacks, or briefcases at home.
  • Cell phones are permitted, but we ask that you not make calls while volunteering. You are welcome to take pictures for personal or social media use.

BLUE SHIRTS

Our volunteer leaders will be wearing blue t-shirts. They are there to help you and make sure you have a great time. Please be sure to follow their instructions.

TRANSPORTATION & PARKING

You are encouraged to use the Metro to and from the DC Armory (Stadium-Armory Station).  Other transportation and parking instructions will be sent out closer to the event.

BRIDGE Council