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Tweet During the months March & April, all proceeds from the sale of Steve Scott’s single “Have You Ever Known a Soldier?” in Itunes will be donated to Operation Ward 57 to benefit our veterans and their families. Steve was inspired to write “Have You Ever Known a Soldier?” by his wife’s work with the [...]
Tweet Memorial Day to most is considered a three day weekend that kicks off the summer and is celebrated with family time and BBQs. However, Memorial Day is a time for us to remember and reflect upon the sacrifices that our fallen military have paid for our freedom. Flags For Our Fallen is a moving [...]
TweetMicrosoft is one of many companies nationwide that have implemented a matching donation program for qualified 501c3 Organizations. Operation Ward 57 is honored to be an approved 501c3 for the Microsoft Matching gift program. If you are a Microsoft employee, your donations to Operation Ward 57 will be matched. Find the matching donation form HERE!. Not [...]
TweetBelieve it or not, the 2012 Holiday Season is just around the corner. Please consider donating gift cards, new toys, DVDs and video games to support a wounded soldier and their family. All items must be received by December 5th and will be distributed to a recovering wounded soldier and their family. Contact us at [...]
TweetLast February the Potomac River Chapter of Ducks Unlimited sponsored several wounded warriors and their family members to their annual banquet event, and through an impromptu auction raised $1900 to donate to a wounded warriors’ cause. We were honored that they chose Operation Ward 57 to receive these funds. This past month Operation Ward 57 [...]
Dominion Power, based out of Virginia, has contributed a grant of $1,000 to Operation Ward 57. This contribution was made possible due to assistance from James Bobek.
The Helping Hands Committee at UNFI, with the help of their member Pat Roberts from UNFI West (Auburn, WA) made two contributions totaling $3,000 to Operation Ward 57 and our Patients Shirt Program.
Eddie Fisher helps to raise $300 for Operation Ward 57 and wounded soldiers
Mary McLemore & Danvers Bank in MA helped to raise over $755 for Operation Ward 57