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Check out the following articles about Operation Help a Hero's projects and volunteers:

 
The NFL Rookie Symposium of 2008

 

City of Rancho Santa Margarita's Day of Shopping for 2/5 Families

Operation Help A Hero's St. Johns Chapter joined forces with the City of Rancho Santa Margarita to pamper wives of 2/5 Marines, offer a Winter Wonderland to their children and offer a day of shopping fun. Read the Orange County Register article about this special day.
 
 
Operation Bedtime Stories for CLB 5 2010:
 
A UCI student, Courtney Hunter, interviewed board members and the military population we serve to write an investigative paper for UCI's "Exploring the Company We Keep at UCI and Beyond" program, highlighting community efforts in and around the UCI area. Courtney also writes about her personal experience volunteering for our most recent Operation Bedtime Stories Project for CLB 5 in March 2010. Check out her article titled "Operation Help a Hero: Women and the Military".
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Operation Rack Presents for 1/5's Return from Afghanistan November/December 2009

Operation Rack Presents

Over 100 volunteers from Orange County made a trip down to Camp Pendleton to clean and prepare 1/5's barracks for their return from Afghanistan. Operation Help A Hero provided gifts (toiletries, snacks, entertainment items, towels and gift cards) for 600 young Marines.
 
 
 
Operation Christmas Spirit
 
Operation Christmas Spirit
Operation Help A Hero and the St. Johns community hosted the 6th Annual Operation Christmas Spirit Drive. This year, we catered to the Christmas wish lists of 40 Marine Corps families from 1/5, 2/5, 3/5, SOI and CLB 5. The generosity of our community was truly breathtaking! In addition to the $1,000.00 worth of gifts (or more) per family, OHH was able to collect two truckloads (semi!) of furniture and a truck load of general Christmas gifts, given to 5th Marines' battalions, SOI and CLB 5 families. Here's an Orange County Register article highlighting our very own Christy Wrightson.