NAPCO Teams with Operation Gratitude to Send Care Packages to US Troops and First Responders
The employees of NAPCO are collecting donations now through November 22, 2014 to create care packages that will be sent to U.S. servicemen, veterans, and first responders. Every donated item that NAPCO collects will be forwarded to Operation Gratitude who will then put together the care packages and send them to soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines that are stationed abroad as well as the children of servicemen and women, veterans, new recruits, first responders, and wounded veterans and their care givers.
NAPCO Ltd is a 36 year-old company providing equipment, supplies and training to professional kitchen and bathroom refinishers. A leader in the green remodeling movement, they offer sound alternatives to replacement of counters, sinks, tile and bathtubs. NAPCO is located in Skokie, IL and services all 50 states and 5 foreign countries.
Operation Gratitude ships out over 150,000 care packages each year that contain donated items such as hygiene products, food, entertainment items, handmade items, and personal letters addressed to specific individuals. If you are interested in helping out with this cause by donating items, contact NAPCO to learn more. For more information about Operation Gratitude and their programs, visit their website at www.operationgratitude.com.
“We really wanted to do something to recognize those who put themselves on the line for us each and every day,” says Steve Coven, owner at NAPCO. “We picked Operation Gratitude because of their long commitment to these proud men and women.”
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