Change the life of a Wounded Hero by donating $1
Collectively “We the People” can make a difference!
Operation First Response
serves our nation’s Wounded Heroes/Disabled Veterans and their families with personal and financial needs. Services are provided from the onset of injury, throughout their recovery period and along their journey from military life into the civilian world. Financial aid varies as each case is based on individual needs ranging from rent, utilities, vehicle payments, groceries, clothing, and travel expenses.
Your family, friends, co-workers, community, social and private groups. By joining together as a community, you can make a great difference to those who have given so much for us and our freedom. If each citizen donates one dollar we will help serve those who have sacrificed for each of us. When we reach our goal (and we will) we will challenge the rest of the United States to do the same. We will start a revolution of help and caring that may never be duplicated. We will set the example and watch it grow into something across this country that we will all be proud of. We will say: “We did that and we are proud to have helped those that gave so much for us, our Troops”
We the People,
as the recipients of their Sacrifices will never be able to repay those Warriors who have been wounded in defense of our country, but we can honor them by striving every day to provide the support these Heroes need to return to duty or transition as a proud Veteran into our communities.
Click here for more information on the Dollar Campaign!
Donations will be accepted via donation containers located at area businesses in each Virginia County. Or, donations can be mailed in; click here for information on mailing donations. When mailing donations please be sure to specify your county. Or you may donate online; click here to make an online donation.
|Virginia Counties||County Population & Dollar Campaign Challenge|
|King George||Donate Now||23,584|
|James City||Donate Now||67,009|
|Prince William||Donate Now||402,602|
|Charles City||Donate Now||7,256|
|Isle of Wight||Donate Now||35,270|
|King and Queen||Donate Now||6,945|
|King William||Donate Now||15,935|
|New Kent||Donate Now||18,429|
|Prince Edward||Donate Now||23,365|
|Prince George||Donate Now||35,725|