TweetThank you to everyone who came out to support our fundraisers on 11/12 and 11/13 at Padonia Station and Dogfish Head Alehouse in honor of Veterans Day. We raised over $2000 for the programs of Operation Ward 57! Special thanks to Katie and Laura for working nonstop to make the events such a success!
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 [...]
TweetOn Thanksgiving, Operation Ward 57 teamed up with the Yellow Ribbon Fund to sponsor a wonderful Thanksgiving Day meal for those unable to leave the hospital. Army’s Surgeon General LTG Patricia Horoho and country singer Maggie Rose came by to serve dinner at the Warrior Cafe and greet the 275 guests who attended. Thank you [...]
This Saturday, on August 4th, 2012 Operation Ward 57 and Rock The Dock Pub & Grill present the 2nd Annual “Rock & Rally for the Troops” event in Tacoma, WA. The event will benefit wounded soldiers, their loved ones as well as those that aid in their recovery through the programs of Operation Ward 57, a non-profit that supports wounded warriors.
From now until Aug 3rd 30% of sales of Pampered Chef products go to Operation Ward 57. Go to the special web address and type in “Operation Ward57″ as organization to activate this benefit.
Operation Ward 57 took part in the “6th Annual Leavenworth Ale-Fest 2012″ event. Thanks to the hard work of our volunteers, we helped to raise thousands of dollars for our nations wounded heroes! A big thank you to our supporters and the Leavenworth Nutcracker Museum for allowing us to be part of this event for a second year in a row.
Gallery – University of Louisville Patriotic Game
On Friday April 13, 2012, the University of Louisville held their Annual Patriotic Day. During their baseball game, U of L took a moment to recognize over 20 wounded warriors from WTB Fort Knox and Operation Ward 57. Prior to the game those wounded soldiers plus their loved ones were treated to a special catered meal. Thank you U of L for recognizing our nations wounded heroes and the mission of Operation Ward 57.
Operation Ward 57 is hosting 10 soldiers from the Warrior Transition Unit (WTU) at Fort Knox, Kentucky to attend the WWE Smackdown World Tour on July 30th.
Operation Ward 57, a non-profit helping wounded soldiers, has been nominated to help fill a slot for charities that are benefited by the event Fights Gone Bad 6. Please help us be the chosen charity by voting for us today!