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Causes: Military & Veterans Organizations, Veterans

Mission: Founded in 2010, Operation Supply Drop (TAX ID: 27-3842517) works to build lasting networks with the larger community to drive mutual support for today’s active duty military, their families and the veteran population.

Results: - Over 100,000 veterans, active-duty and military families served - 3,500+ community service hours (2016 YTD) in local communities around the world - 94% of Donation Directly Support Programs

Target demographics: Active-Duty Military, Veterans & Military Families

Direct beneficiaries per year: 26,000 Veterans, Active-Duty & Military Families

Geographic areas served: US, NATO & ANZAC Countries Globally

Programs: Operation Supply Drop (TAX ID: 27-3842517) works to build lasting networks with the larger community to drive mutual support for today’s active duty military, their families and the veteran population. Operation Supply Drop was founded in 2010 initially on delivering “Video Game Care Packages Overseas” in response to a growing need from our deployed troops desiring generationally relevant gear from back home. As we grew and these service members began to return home facing various transitional challenges, we adapted to address the underlying needs of these veterans and their families. Today’s Operation Supply Drop is a direct reflection of listening to those we serve and while the video games are still being provided by the thousands to our active-duty personnel, we’ve developed substantial programming to work with veterans through their transition and into finding their new “tribe.” All of our programs directly touch on Mental Health, Homeless and Employment for Veterans and their families sitting atop of a global community structure encouraging community service and accountability to one’s peers.

Community Stories

48 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

I met one of the spokesmen at PAX South in San Antonio a few years back. Recently, upon checking in to a new duty station, I identified a need for their services amongst the junior Marines at my installation overseas. I contacted them through the established channels and immediately received contact with their representatives. I will personally continue to support their efforts via references, donations & volunteer hours.

1 Jim_176

Donor

Rating: 5

I am an officer in Ruin Gaming with a 1000 plus membership. We were started over 10 years ago by former soldiers and active duty soldiers. We wanted to find and support a nonprofit organization for the soldier, we have found that with Operation Supply Drop, not only do they support the soldiers in far away places, they also are active with the military hospitals in providing services to our wounded soldiers. We are at current doing a fund raiser for Vetoctober. Check out this organization and help out.

3

Client Served

Rating: 5

Operation Supply Drop is a great organizations that will provide entertainment and fun games to deployed military members. My unit just got a supply drop from them and we cannot be any happier. We are so thankful and excited to receive some entertainment while being away from home. Operation Supply Drop sent us shirts, board games, gaming system, games and controllers. They definitely hooked us up and we will be using all of the items provided to help pass the down time while we are deployed. This is a great organization and we are lucky to have a supply drop sent to us. We would like to thank everyone at Operation Supply Drop Inc. and we just want them to know that we appreciate everything that they do and we couldn't do what we are doing here with out their support.

7 Christopher77

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I am the Team Leader for the Pittsburgh Chapter of Operation Supply Drop. Since starting the team OSD has given great support for me to help the local veterans and the community. Currently planning an event to feed the homeless in the city.

7

Volunteer

Rating: 5

OSD has managed to push the envelope with what a small org can do! When you can effect people around the world deployed and domestic it feels good. As an active duty army soldier, i love this charity!

7

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Operation Supply Drop is committed to their Mission. They are a top performer in the Non-profit world. I have seen thousands of Veterans, Families and Service Members supported through thier hard work. Thanks For having me be a part of this.

6 Matt103

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I've recently become a member of FTG (Front Towards Gamer) they work very closely with OSD (Operation Supply Drop). I'm friends with a few different gamers who are military personnel as well as a few who I gamed with that were active duty! OSD is a HUUUUUGE organization that does things for the good! Without the help and support of OSD a lot of soldiers of both active duty and veterans! Video games and gaming accessories are a bit part of keeping soldiers "grounded" but they also help with PTSD! The OSD crew has streams teams as well as other teams that help gather items to send care packages to our troops as well as our vets, they also with networking opportunities! I fully support this charity and think that without this organization a lot of things would be different! It helps soldiers "reconnect" with society. This has already been proven to be a vital program and I would love to see it get more coverage and to see it grow to be a HUGE charity!

5 Robert192

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Great Organization that really truly cares about Veterans and helping! Each and every member of both their staff and their community are genuine and caring!

5

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have been working with OSD in the London Ont Canada area for just over a year now, we have been able to do some great work within the community. For volunteering at a garden to having a drop at the local base.

5 Steven60

Volunteer

Rating: 5

As a gaming community full of dads we've done a charity stream for OSD. Inside our gaming community are dads who served or still served. Some have been beneficiaries of the supply drops and they have had a more pleasant experience as possible being deployed playing video games while being stationed far from home. Definitely a great organization and thats why I stand behind them!