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Causes: Human Service Organizations, Human Services, Interdisciplinary Research

Mission: Support wounded, injured and ill service members, veterans, their caregivers and those that aid in their recovery by providing assistance and outreach in their recovery, comfort and morale, and through advocacy, education and promotion of their circumstances.

Community Stories

133 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Client Served

Rating: 5

This is my personal experience: Operation Ward 57 is immediately present and helpful as newly wounded military men and women arrive at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where my son spent nearly 2 years in 2011. Besides supporting the wounded these amazing people provide for the families of the wounded who have traveled to be with their loved one. Special holiday treats & meals, wagons to assist with transporting kids or belongings around the center, providing special events for wounded and their care-givers before & after they return home, financial assistance when required, organizing adopting a family for Christmas, etc., etc., etc. Honest, transparent and run from the director’s home. A truly “hands on” organization that responds to the needs of combat wounded families as they arise. Most highly recommended!!

Donor

Rating: 5

They are an amazing Org that helps not only the Veteran but the spouse/Caregivers and kids plus supports Gold Star and First Responders.

1 Jennifer B.29

Donor

Rating: 5

This is a fantastic non profit that help our wounded vets and their families. They do there best to help everyone that needs it. They ask the community to help when a family needs to move and people will show up with trucks ready to help move the family’s stuff. Usually it’s a new home that our solder have to move into due to his injuries. So please help this non profit help our vets. Thank you

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Client Served

Rating: 5

I recently had an emergency situation with my ESA dog, Bjorn. Unfortunately, the disease he had came too quick and he did not survive. I had spent a good majority of the week he was in the hospital researching any organizations that might be able to help me, and came across Operation Ward 57. The vet bills were not cheap, he needed 2 transfusions and his poor body just couldnt take it. Probably the worst thing I have ever had to go through, and I served as a Combat Medic in OEF 09-10. He was my best bud, and he almost made it to 5 years old. The disease supposedly had a genetic component. Operation Ward 57 reached out a few weeks after his death, and offered to help with the remainder of the bill from the vet. This really relieved a lot of stress as I am in between jobs, and money is tight. A big thanks to Brittney for reaching out and offering to help. Thank you all for what you do to help us out in times of need. I will be referring this organization to as many veterans as I can.

Volunteer

Rating: 5



I have been both a long time donor and volunteer and appreciate all this nonprofit has done for our Veterans and their families. They really make sure they help long term in their recovery.

In all the years that I have been associated with OPW57 I have never seen Veterans move into new homes, participate in Reggata that test every ounce of their being and fight and are always doing things for their caregivers. No one is ever overlooked and above all their time is selfishlessy giving for those who have giving for Our Freedom.

Client Served

Rating: 5

Operation Ward 57 does an amazing job of supporting caregivers by offering small get togethers, that are stress free. Ward 57 also listens to caregivers about events that they are interested in to ensure they have a variety of events available! Ward 57 is an amazing organization to work with and is always available for questions, to talk, and offer advice!

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Client Served

Rating: 5

When our current rental was no longer an option for us to live in, my husband and I decided to purchase a home. We finally had enough in savings to afford such a significant purchase. However, we did not have enough to cover everything else needed when it comes to moving. I initially reached out to Operation Ward 57 to find the cheapest moving company to help move our very large safe for us. When I explained the costs of the safe moving company, the closing costs of the new property, and the cost of the u-haul, Ward 57 offered to help pay for the safe to be moved so we can take it with us. Moving this safe is essential as we store my husband's medical records, medications, and his hunting stuff in it. It works to keep it secure at all times. If Ward 57 was unable to assist, I am unsure what we would have done. I am extremely grateful that Operation Ward 57 is helping to move it, alleviating stress from myself and my husband, and understands its importance.

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1 Theresa Mesiab M.

Client Served

Rating: 5

I love this organization!! During Covid my family had been doing well until a laptop was damaged. Our three kids ages 6-15yrs had to share a rickety old computer in the basement and a laptop for remote schooling. Luckily Operation Ward 57 gifted us another laptop that our oldest was able to use for her courses AND my husband could use for remote appointments with the VA. Thank goodness!! This was wonderful and so appreciated.

Sometimes organizations focus entirely on the injured veteran, but forget that there’s a whole family that’s affected by a veterans injuries. And it’s relieving to know, as a wife, that there’s an organization that focuses on those that care for the vets as well. Thank you guys so much for being there for the family too.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Our experience with Operation Ward 57 has been nothing but exceptional! The community support given through their generosity is truly amazing. They have helped hundreds of families by providing them with fun filled activities, outdoor recreational fun and helping make memories. I will always cherish the generosity given to my wounded warrior and for us, his family to be able to enjoy. Extremely grateful for nonprofits like this one!

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Client Served

Rating: 5

I have been out of work recently and was struggling as I am returning to trying to get a job and get on my feet. Verizon was going to cut my phone off and that is my main communication for: getting a job, school, contact with the VA for appts, etc. I live alone so it is a lifeline. Operation Ward57 assisted me with this bill and I am forever grateful so I can continue functioning and getting back on my feet! Thank you!

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Client Served

Rating: 5

This organization is amazing! They really helped us when we were struggling. I can’t even begin to say how amazing they are and we are so grateful for the help from Brittney and the amazing team at Operation Ward 57. It is great to see an organization helping veterans! Thank you!

Client Served

Rating: 5

What a huge savings grace from kind people! They helped my family out in a big way, at a rough time!

Thank you guys!

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

We have worked with Operation Ward 57 for the past three years as a sponsor in the Adopt a Family program at Christmas. All three years have been a great experience. The organization fully explains the process and they are very organized. Working through this organization, you really feel that your money/efforts are helping those in need. As a bonus, my kids are all grown so I look forward to Christmas shopping and buying toys for little ones again.

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Donor

Rating: 5

For the past 5 years, our company has sponsored families for the holidays through Operation Ward 57. They have been a delight to work with, providing all the information we need up front and responding to questions quickly and thoroughly. The work they do to support the veteran community is year round and we are honored to play a small role in helping the soldiers and families who have sacrificed so much for our country. Operation Ward 57 is an outstanding organization and I have recommended them to both potential donors and to families who need assistance. I cannot offer enough praise for the beautiful and valuable work they and their volunteers do.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Operation Ward 57 runs a very well-organized and effective family adoption program for the Christmas holiday each year. We have participated as a sponsoring family in the past and I can confirm that they are head and shoulders above other programs.

Client Served

Rating: 5

Absolutely amazing charity. Helped our family in 2019 more than anyone could ever imagine.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Operation Ward 57 helped my family Christmas 2019. My husband a 18 year vet with multiple tours over seas lost his battle with PTSD November 2017. Such a tragic loss so close to the holidays leaves myself and my three young children with heavy hearts every holiday season. This program gave my kids a better Christmas than I ever could have provide on my own. It made them smile Christmas morning which filled my heart joy.
The sign up was easy and straight forward. They communicate all the requirements and answered all my questions right away. The company they paired us with was easy to work with and beyond generous.
I’m eternity grateful to Ward 57 for giving my kids smiles on Christmas morning. Thank you.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Last year we struggled with Christmas for our 3 kiddos because of my veterans ptsd and my health issues. I came across Operation Ward 57 and applied. The family we were matched with was so wonderful and got amazing gifts for the kids and we were able to do Christmas dinner also. More than I could have imagined! She found exactly what the kids asked for.

2 brelex1

Client Served

Rating: 5

The Christmas Assistance we received has been life changing. Not just because of the gifts but the gift of the heart. This program brings the best out of people and helps those in need. With my Woubded Warriors, I can't work outside of the home and having 3 kids can make things very difficult. We are extremely thankful to this program.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

We are a Gold Star family and holidays are tough since losing my husband. My family was matched with a family for Christmas. The family we were matched with was so kind and generous. The looks and smiles on my kids faces Christmas morning opening the present sent from Operationward57 family meant so much to me. My kids were in awe that a stranger was so kind to make sure they had a great Christmas. It was not the presents(but were perfect for each child) but how someone thought of them. Organizations like this help fill the hole in our hearts.

Client Served

Rating: 5

This is my personal experience: Operation Ward 57 is immediately present and helpful as newly wounded military men and women arrive at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where my son spent nearly 2 years in 2011. Besides supporting the wounded these amazing people provide for the families of the wounded who have traveled to be with their loved one. Special holiday treats & meals, wagons to assist with transporting kids or belongings around the center, providing special events for wounded and their care-givers before & after they return home, financial assistance when required, organizing adopting a family for Christmas, etc., etc., etc. Honest, transparent and run from the director’s home. A truly “hands on” organization that responds to the needs of combat wounded families as they arise. Most highly recommended!!

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Client Served

Rating: 5

My son was on Ward 57 after stepping on an IED in Afghanistan in 2011. While there, volunteers from Ward 57 would stop in to see what we needed. They hosted a fun "luau" for the wounded warriors and their families in the open, outside area the old Walter Reed had on the floor. Speaking just as a mom sitting bed-side for those long weeks, it was a perk in the normal routine and a very nice thing to do for our service men and women. My son transferred over to Walter Reed Bethesda, and now thankfully is out and back on track in his military career after 18 months+. Over all this time I've been aware of all Operation Ward 57 is doing for wounded military and their families. This organization doesn't forget the families; the mothers and the wives and girlfriends who are usually the care-givers and basically "live" at the hospital. It is a whole world that the majority of every-day citizens know nothing about. But Operation Ward 57 has their fingers on the pulse of what is needed in the rooms and corridors of Walter Reed/Bethesda as well as the veterans who have gone on with their lives outside of the hospital.

Client Served

Rating: 5

This Non-profit has created some pretty great memories for me, that fill the void just a little, in not being able to make any new ones with my brother. My brother was killed in Iraq. Not a day goes by that I don't miss him, that I don't feel the heartache, that I don't have survivors guilt.
Op Ward 57 doesn't forget our Gold Star families and that means a lot to us. Life does move on, slowly...
But they've been a positive part in our healing and enjoying life again with the events they get us tickets to.
I'm grateful

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Client Served

Rating: 5

This organization is more than amazing ! We lost of hero in 2018. I have 3 children and they have helped us get through the holidays . And just recently helped my boys continue your love for soccer . Soccer has got them through losing there father and without them I would not have been able to pay funds . We are beyond grateful

1 Babs1775

Client Served

Rating: 5

I sent an assistance request in during the COVID 19 quarantine. I’m a musician and lost a lot of gigs due to shut downs. My roommate is a bartender and lost her job for 8 weeks. Any little bit helps in getting by during this time of uncertainty. Operation Ward 57 was very quick with their reply, and was able to send an Amazon gift card for $200 via email, which will be used to order groceries, hygiene products, and cleaning supplies. Thank you so much for your help, and for all you do for veterans! Knowing you aren’t alone is half the battle when times are rough! :)

Donor

Rating: 5

Found out about this amazing organization a few years ago when I signed up for their adopt a wounded warrior family program during the holiday season. Two friends and I had such a great time helping make our adopted family' Christmas a special one that we are still in touch several years later. We've also participated in it several times since then. It's a great honor to be able to help out one of Americas finest. I highly recommend helping out this organization any way you can, they do so much for our veterans.

1 newmustangsal

Client Served

Rating: 5

Operation Ward 57 is on my very short list of Non- profits that are well- run trustworthy. I especially like that they tailor their help to the individual recipient and their family. Some need coffee pots and financial help. Some need food and recreational activities. All need something.

I remember the weekly fun meals they brought to the wounded warrior floor at Walter Reed during the 7 months I spent there with my son. Sometimes it was the only bright spot in our day, and the only time I left the hospital room.

More recently, Operation Ward 57 has sponsored teams to participate in the NaKoa Regatta in HI. My son describes that experience as “ life altering”.

Thank you Operation Ward 57 for sticking with our wounded warriors now for years. It is so important that they not feel forgotten, though their needs have changed.

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Donor

Rating: 5

I have been associated with Operation Ward 57 for several Christmases as I believe it is such worthy cause which reflects the real meaning of the season. Our family takes great pleasure in choosing very special gifts for our own families, but even greater pleasure for choosing things that we hope will make another family's Christmas special. The procedure is very well thought out and coordinated and they help you choose age appropriate gifts and gift certificates to help these Gold Star families.

1 Sonia J.2

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Overall great organization with great members to make events happen !

2 Karen Moore B.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

It is an honor to volunteer with Operation Ward 57. Brittney Hamilton is an extraordinary leader who consistently goes above and beyond. She is passionate about caring for our wounded warriors and their families. Brittney quite simply does whatever it takes to assure our veterans they are not in this alone.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Operation Ward 57 is An Amazing Organization that I enjoy any chance given to volunteer with and have also received help at very difficult, stressful times.
Brittney is Outstanding and goes above and beyond

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Operation Ward 57 is a great nonprofit organization that helps families that need help. They have helped our family a few times . I would recommend them to anyone. They are so great with people and would help anyone they could.

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Donor

Rating: 5

What a truly amazing organization! We were very fortunate to find Operation Ward 57. We have been blessed with wonderful families for the holiday season. It’s so rewarding knowing that you can make a families dream come true for the holiday season and bring smiles and joy to them. We are also very thankful for our military personnel and this is a way for us to say thank you.

2 Jessica H.7

Client Served

Rating: 5

As a Gold Star sister, I can say that I have been blessed with some fun moments in this life, due to this group. I am thankful for the kindness of those willing to help Gold Stars, find a new normal after a heavy loss. Thank you for being apart of the healing!

Client Served

Rating: 5

Operation Ward 57 not only provided financial assistance for my family when we needed it but they truly cared as well.

Client Served

Rating: 5

Operation Ward 57 has always been there for my family and I in the time in of need, whether you are needing financial assistance for Gas, Food, Bills needed to be paid etc. Operation Ward 57 have been the Angels to reach out and help. I have never been one to want to ask for help but working with Brittney and Heather they have helped me realize that it is ok, you are not alone. No one will ever know if you are behind on something, or needing help if you never open up. Thank you Operation Ward 57!!!

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Operation ward 57, helped out in my family's time of crisis, you guy's are angels, thanks again

Shayna D.

Client Served

Rating: 5

such a great organization with the kindest sponsors ive ever had the pleasure to get to know throughout this Christmas season.. such warmth and love and strength given to so many of our veteran families.. what a beautiful non profit that promotes love, strength,hope, and endurance to so many families that are struggling including ours.. Thank you so much for giving us the opportunity to be apart of your community

1 Doug S.1

Client Served

Rating: 5

Operation Ward 57 is an outstanding organization that helps Veterans. I was blessed to receive a grant to help pay for my service dog training and basic vet care. With there help I was able to get my service dog without having to wait several years for one. Plus I was able to choose my own dog as a puppy and we are a strong team because we been together since day one. Operation Ward 57 made a major impact on my life giving me the grant to get my service dog certify, and forever changing my life.

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I first heard about "Operation Ward 57" 5 years ago when I noticed a dear friend was wearing a shirt with their logo. She very proudly told me about the amazing organization that her daughter was involved with. It was a lot to absorb at the time, but I have become much more familiar with this non profit since. OPW57 takes it's name, I learned from the amputee's ward at Walter Reed Medical Center, and their scope of support, and assistance in recovery of wounded veterans is vast! It's scope is nationwide now.
Besides the obvious aid to amputees, OPW57 helps veterans and their families adjust to the challenges of life after a traumatic injury. From helping to arrange service animals, or help in navigating the complex system of government red tape, to offering comfort teddy bears to children. Customized with specific limb injuries and matching uniform, complete with a name. Even an adopt a family program at Christmas time! The focus on family support is a big part of the service OPW57 provides. Moral is helped by special visits to the ward, including gifts, catered meals, or even live music for patients, and family. Continued support includes group excursions to concerts, and sporting events to help veterans enjoy a better quality of life and create mutual bonds with other veteran families. With all of this, 22 suicides a day is still a reality, and OPW57 provides a helpline to any veteran in need of moral support. The number of services for injured veterans, and connections to other kinds of help is way too extensive to describe here.
At my age, I just missed the Vietnam conflict, thankfully, but I knew many personally who were drafted, and some who volunteered. I say "thankfully" for a very important reason. One that is mostly forgotten I feel. The Vietnam "war" was extremely unpopular! Returning vets were generally not considered to be heros, as today's vets are. They were badly damaged, and were let down by the system, spit upon by their fellow citizens, and generally abandoned to struggle with minimal medical aid and even less emotional assistance. The result was a huge number of Americans with little or no acceptance in society, or ability to be functional in their community or adjust to family life after a traumatic experience. I WISH there was such an organization as "Operation Ward 57" around in the '70s.
They are saving lives AND families!

2 Crystle J.

Client Served

Rating: 5

This is a wonderful organization that has provided several opportunities for our family to go and have some fun! A much needed break from the everyday. Sometimes things are missed because of a lack of finances, here we have a chance to get to do some of those things. It also presents an opportunity to connect with other military families and caregivers. The caregiver aspect has been amazing too! They offer unique and fun things to have a break away for the day with other ladies that get it. Always chatting up other ladies at these and it’s fun to run into the same and also meet new.

1 Emely R.

Client Served

Rating: 5

Operation ward 57 is an amazing organization that has really been an active entity in my husband and my life since his injury in 2013. It’s always great when they have events that my husband can be a part of that remind him he’s not alone. Being with other injured vets and doing things he may have never dreamed of doing like the rowing regatta in Hawaii, show him his limitations are merely situation and with a little help he can achieve almost anything. This organization goes out of their way to really make everyone feel welcome and wanted and we’ve made some lifelong friends because of them,what more can you ask for?

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Client Served

Rating: 5

My fiancé was injured in Afghanistan losing both leg and injuries to his dominant hand. Operation ward 57 provided him with haircuts on the ward when he was unable to leave the hospital. They would even come to the bedside if needed! They gave him luggage so he could visit his boys when they came home from Afghanistan, food when the hospital selection just didn't cut it anymore, 2 1/2 months and only a few selections gets pretty old pretty fast. They donated food processors to the families of wou de warriors so they could keep up good eating habits. They do so much and have wonderful people working for them. Jodi, you rock! ;) I hope they can continue to help families in need and soldiers who deserve all the help they can get. From my family to yours, thank you!

Cory Van A.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I can’t say enough great things Operation Ward 57 has done for wounded veterans. My club partners with them every year to raise money in an event called Rock and Rally for the Troops in Tacoma WA. It’s a great time planning the motorcycle ride and raising money and awareness so the leaders of the organization can put money in the right hands so people that need help get it. Director Brittany is always great to work with and dedicated ALOT of her personal time to see that this and other events get done right so that even the community feels good knowing their donations are going to a worthy cause and spent correctly. The proof is talking to a vet that received help, so I challenge everyone to talk to a wounded service member and their family that’s received help from OPW57 and hear their story of recovery and success!

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have had the pleasure of supporting this organization for 4 years. I make the amputee teddy bears for the children of our soldiers. I have whitnessed the love this organization brings to not only the soldiers but the caregivers and their families as well. They are always doing something great to support our military families.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I am blessed to be the teacher who with my students have been able to support this organization by creating the amputee teddy bears for some very amazing soldiers and their families. Brittney Hamilton works so hard to help these soldiers and their families. Such a great organization.

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Volunteer

Rating: 5

I am a veteran my self, and I am very fortunate to have done very well after my service, made it through a tech school and have been able to work and raise a family. I will admit there were struggles, and with out family or that support you would get from the service, it can be overwhelming. I met up with Brittney Hamilton through a boating adventure and got to know and observe her dedication and efforts through operation ward 57 on various volunteer opportunities that she coordinated with me. It was a great experience and feeling to see a friends helping friends atmosphere. It’s the support that keeps on giving to many military veterans and their families that are in need, I had the opportunity to just show up and help a disabled veteran work in his yard through Operatiin Ward 57, attend a Ball at the state capital with my wife to promote Operation Ward 57, Volunteer at Rock and Rally for the troops. This non profit organizatiin goes above and beyond to reach out and find support on a local and national level. Food, clothing, lodgings, holiday and entertainment functions, and most importantly the promotion of mental and physical services to the veterans in their time of need and support. I look forward to continuing to volunteer and support this organization and I hope you will do the same.

Sincerely, Brian A Wright CPL USMC

Carlos M.2

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

It all felt hopeless! The home we where renting flooded to the point we had to leave. A family of 5 homeless. I was able to get support for a hotel but we had ran out of options for food. That’s why I applied for help through operation Ward 57. They gave us Funding for food that lasted weeks. They have continued to provide fun safe events for my family attend. I love operation Ward 57. The pics are from the home that flooded and the day Brittany Who’s runs operation Ward 57. Came to drop off the support. Yea she came to us can you believe that! Exceptional.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

OP57 has always been such a huge blessing to our large family. We have been involved with their Christmas program while my husband was transitioning out from the Army and this week another huge blessing. As many know NC was hit with hurricane Florence and a lot of RAIN. With that being said OP57 came around and helped us replace our food that we lost from losing power. That’s huge because we have 6 kids at home and that takes a large burden off of us to where we can focus on funds to repair our home. Thank you OP57 your love is recognized in our home!

1 Shannon K.2

Client Served

Rating: 5

We are so grateful for Ward 57. We were 1 day from having our power shut off and they came through to help pay our bill and keep our power on. Thank you just doesn’t seem like enough.

1 Arlene R.1

Client Served

Rating: 5

I am so grateful for operation ward 57. They came thru and helped our family tremendously when we experienced unexpected vehicle repairs and came up short for our car payment. Without them we would be in danger of losing our vehicle which is crucial in getting my husband to and from important doctors appointments and treatment for his PTSD. Thank you for being there in our time of need. You'll never know just how much this means to us.

kfoxontherun

Client Served

Rating: 5

Regarding Operation 57.Org. I am so grateful they were there for us. My son's PTSD and TBI caused a serious problem recently. He overspent and was short on his living expenses. Which left us short for groceries. They responded quickly and seriously saved us from ten days at the end of the month without food. We are so grateful, beyond belief! One huge worry relieved. Thank you so much. The day before we received the help a bag of popcorn was what I hate to stave off an empty belly. Thank you again and again. Kim Fox

Client Served

Rating: 5

They helped us with groceries when we needed it the most. I have been out the service for just over a year and needed to bounce back from unexpected expenses. My AW2 recommended them to me and they delivered. God bless them

Ray S.1

Client Served

Rating: 5

I would like to thank Operation ward 57 for allowing me and my wife to attend a Garth Brooks concert in November of 2017 and a Tyler Swift concert this year. We are beyound words thankful for this organization. I normally dont attend events in large crowds for many reasons but when organizations like Operation ward 57 host events. I feel a automatic bound/connection to the people around me even if words go unspoken throughtout the event. It gives me a oppertunity I wouldn't otherwise have to gain a positive outlook on life. It serves as a reminder life is worth living.

Client Served

Rating: 5

I'm in the middle of moving and requested assistance from this organization. I live completely off of disability and don't have a lot to survive off of with that alone, so needless to say that when this organization stepped up to the plate, they hit a home run. I don't know how they did it, but they managed to pull a huge gas card for me that is going to make the move more affordable. I'm truly appreciative of this and will find a way to repay them one day. Thank you again!

Client Served

Rating: 5

I would like to thank operation ward 57 Brittany and her staff as I’m a wounded veteran I give this organization a 5 if I could give more I would

1 Melissa A.1

Client Served

Rating: 5

This Christmas was going to be scarce. We had a major car repair and a plumbing leak all happen in a matter of 2 weeks in November, it cleared out our Christmas savings for our family.
Then a fellow COWW shared the OHward57 link. We were choosen to be adopted by a generous donor. My kids will have presents to open Christmas morning. The donor was kind in keeping up via email and is even generous enough to wrap everything for us. I can't say thank you enough.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

As a wife of a military man, I'm thankful we personally have never had to use Operation Ward 57, which is a great reason to volunteer and help where I can, and knowing what this group does for our military and their families. Brittney has the biggest heart and does an amazing job keeping this non-profit going strong, and helping others. The events, including Rock & Rally is an amazing and the speakers found for this event touch my heart and make me happy to be able to help out any way possible.

1 ckmsh

Client Served

Rating: 5

Amazing Orginization! Thank you to OW57 and all who donate, can't even begin to epress the support given. They have helped wounded warrior enjoy family outings, givin caregiver a day out, provided Christmas during very difficult time and many other outstanding things they do for military familys.

1 Kayla B.2

Client Served

Rating: 5

Great organization! They made sure my kids had Christmas presents under the tree after my husband was wounded right before Christmas. I could never explain how much that meant to us! Thank you OPW 57!!

Client Served

Rating: 5

Thank you so much for helping my family and me during Hurricane Irma. I am so grateful for this organization and its generous help that it provided me during a very stressful and hectic time. Great people, great leaders and great service. Thank you again.

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Donor

Rating: 5

I'm a personal trainer who has hosted 22 WOD at various gyms in the past few years. Always a great event with outstanding support from OW57.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

I just want to thank Operation Ward 57 and all the people that donate to assist veterans and their families! As a combat veteran rated 100% disabled (PTSD), I have a lot of stress and sometimes it can add up to where you feel helpless. We have so much stress in our lives and it takes a toll on my family and I. I am so great full for the people that are so caring and willing to help others. I appreciate everyone of you for helping us buy groceries in our time of need. May God Bless you all!

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Operation Ward 57 is an amazing organization. Our family has received help numerous times. And each time Brittany has been absolutely amazing to work with. They have helped us during financial hardships, And we couldn't have been more blessed and thankful. We thank operation ward 57 from the bottom of our hearts.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

I would like to thank operation Ward 57 while my family and I are having financial difficulties they have provided us with some needed funds. They given us little more hope to be more stable. I would like to thank operation Ward 57 for their help. Thank you so much.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

There isn't enough good things I can say about this amazing organization. They are kind, caring, and compassionate. They helped during a financial hardship, we couldn't have been more blessed. Brittany was absolutely amazing to work with. I thank operation ward 57 from the bottom of my heart.

1 Lauren145

Client Served

Rating: 5

They provided me with instant help in a emergency situation . I feel blessed that organizations like this exist . They are understanding and compassionate . In an financial crisis they come through we a week rounded plan to help . Thank you so much for all you do for families like mine.

1 Jeri8

Client Served

Rating: 5

Operation Ward 57 is AMAZING! My family had a tough year and Christmas was looking out of the question. Operation Ward 57 matched my family with a sponsor and I can't even begin to tell you how happy I am. Our sponsor, and Operation Ward 57 have put the holiday magic back in our Christmas. I will forever be grateful! A huge, HUGE THANK YOU to our sponsor, and especially Operation. ward 57!!!

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Client Served

Rating: 5

They were amazing in helping my family in a time of financial need. we have a difficult time asking for help but they made the process so easy. they are amazing with everything that they do for our veterans. Thank you so much.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

Thank you so much for helping my family in such a timely manner. You truly care and it shows. Thank you so much!