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matt2

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Review for Operation Once in a Lifetime, Allen, TX, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

This organization really came through for me more than once. I would not have been able to be around when my daughter was diagnosed with a genetic disorder called Fanconi Anemia. Patrick and his whole group have gone far above and beyond to help me and my family in great times of need. I have also been more than happy to donate back what money I could and my time in order to get out the word for this wonderful and selfless group of volunteers. What a wonderful world this would be if there were more people like everyone that is involved with Operation Once In A Lifetime.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

receiving airline tickets in order to visit my daughter when she was diagnosed with Fanconi Anemia. OOIAL was able to fly me back and forth from Camp Shelby MS to DFW.

What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

that they help any troop. Not just the injured but anyone that is in need of assistance. If they can provide the help that is needed they will. It is not based on rank or branch. Just good hearted people helping troops in need.

The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...

very thoughtful and sincere and happy to help

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

fund all of there missions. I particularly like the mission of building a daycare around all the military posts and then putting spouses to work there and not charging them for their kids to be there.

How frequently have you been involved with the organization?

About every six months

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2010

Role:  Client Served & I have helped and received help from this group. I do not believe that there is another organization that is so open to helping troops in general. Not just wounded soldiers or those with disabilities but just the plain joe that just joined the military .