Operation Gratitude has teamed up with Chapstick and local volunteers this August to thank our deployed troops by providing care packages to those who raised their hand to serve. The organization will host a care package assembly day on Wednesday, August 10, where volunteers will pack 3,000 care packages for deployed service members. The assembly will kick off with the national anthem at 5 pm, and then work continues until 8 pm. Packing will be done at Operation Gratitude, 9409 Owensmouth Avenue in Chatsworth. To volunteer visit operationgratitude.com.
Operation Gratitude Seeks Volunteers August 10
- by VNG
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