Monday, November 12, 2007

OPERATION GRATITUDE- Please visit the site & see the many ways you can help our service men and women.

Operation Gratitude Wish List
Provide items from the Wish List (Please provide new items only; shipping address below):
DVDs, CDs, Batteries (all sizes)
Computer Flash Drives
Beanie Babies, Small Novelty Items
Disposable Cameras
Prepaid Phone Cards
Travel-Size Board Games, Handheld electronic games
Bandanna Coolers/Cool-Ties*, Mini-Battery-operated Fans
Hand and Foot Warmers
Commercially wrapped individual packets of Trail Mix, Beef Jerky, Nuts, Energy Bars, Sunflower Seeds, Candy (Halloween Candy is great!!)
Ready To Eat Tuna or Chicken Salad kits
Boxes of Girl Scout Cookies; Small tins of Danish Cookies
Packets of Powdered Cold Beverages
Commercially sealed Lip Balm, roll-on deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrushes
Individual packets of moist towelettes
Travel Size containers of Foot Powder
Screen Printed T-Shirts, Socks
Baseball Style Caps, Knit Hats and Gloves; Neck Gators*
Holiday Greeting Cards (blank)
Tobacco Products
Unsealed personal cards and letters
Used Cell Phones, Video Games and Systems, IPODs, PDAs, Ink-jet Cartridges

Operation Gratitude/California Army National Guard
17330 Victory Boulevard
Van Nuys, California 91406
ATTN: Charlie Othold: 818.437.6201
additional information:


Anonymous said...

Yeah, I'm sure some soldier in the desert is sitting there crying his eyes out over not having a beanie baby.

Anonymous said...

"Computer Flash Drives"

Why? So they can smuggle pictures out past military censors that put operational information in jeopardy?

Meme said...

Did it ever occur to you people that some of these items, like beanie babies, might be for the soldiers to give out to children? They do that, ya know. Jeez!

Anonymous said...

Instead of posting anti-American comments on this blog and muddying the reputation of an exemplary organization, why don't you contact them and ask them what the items are for? I am guessing that because so many men and women have had to have repeated tours, the memory cards are for digital cameras so they can snap pictures of themseleves- you know so their children remember what they look like. The beanie babies or small novelty items are a fun part of a care package that is otherwise packed with necessities like foot powder, bandannas and batteries.

I am guessing the first two comments were posted by the same asshole.