The Mission of Operation Enduring Gratitude is through the use of corporate Philanthropy and other community partnerships to express our deep appreciation for the dedicated and noble service of our Veterans and their families through a humanitarian and cooperative home repair program. This organization of Veterans, volunteers, and community was founded to serve Veterans and their families by repairing homes and lives in distress, realizing that before Veterans in need can fully benefit from therapeutic programs, skills training, or other services, they and their families have a primary need for stable, safe, and permanent housing on their road to self-sufficiency and success through allocating social entrepreneurship . We seek to increase public awareness of the immense value of the sacrifices made by our Veterans and their families and reward them for their contributions, by enriching their lives, nurturing their independence, and advocating for greater opportunity. We are honored to serve them with great pride, dignity, respect, and compassion.
“The willingness with which our young people are likely to serve in any war, no matter how justified, shall be directly proportional to how they perceive the veterans of earlier wars were treated and appreciated by their nation.”
– 1789 General George Washington, our first Commander-in-Chief
Sunday, July 6th, 2014, Jack Coopers house, located in New River Arizona, 10 miles north of Phoenix burned down because of a an electrical fire that started in his garage. He lost basically everything. He and his son, Doug, are currently living in a small 5th wheel trailor. His homeowner’s insurance had lapsed while he was gone out of town and was not in affect when the house burned. He has nothing and we are looking to help him and his son recover and rebuild their house and their lives.Type your paragraph here.