Take time to say, “Thank you for serving!”

Send a letter to them sending inspiration and letting them know that we care!😃

Operation Gratitude Blog

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Without a doubt, the most popular items in the care packages we send are the letters of thanks written by grateful Americans of all ages. Some messages are a single sentence long, some go on for a full page or more and others are little more than a sweet drawing and a heartfelt “Thank you.”

But each letter is cherished and greatly appreciated by the recipient!

There is no such thing as a “typical” letter — that’s what makes each one so very special.

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Kids send cheerful drawings like this one, left, and the troops decorate their living and work spaces with precious reminders that they are not forgotten by all of us back home.

“Receiving support from home is always welcomed here and my favorite part of care packages are the letters and drawings from the kids. Those make my day! Thanks again! AM2 A.R.H.”

The troops…

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