NBC 7 Teams Up With OPERATION CAREGIVER- Join us, 9/23/11! | NBC 7 San Diego

Help collect care-package items to send to military servicemen and women stationed in Afghanistan

Wednesday, Sep 14, 2011

Friday 9/23 Event Details & What to Donate

Friday 9/23 Event Details & What to Donate

Date: September 23, 2011 Time: 6a-6p Where: Horton Square (located adjacent to the NBC building at 225 Broadway) How to drop off your donation:  No need to leave your car! Drive thru Broadway Circle...

Wednesday, Sep 14, 2011

What is OPERATION CAREGIVER??

What is OPERATION CAREGIVER??

OC provides Caregiver Kits™ (15 items of basic hygiene and comfort) to U.S. troops "far from the flagpole"  (FOB's, FOP's, COP's, Mobile Humvee bases, etc.).  Kits are mailed to...

Wednesday, Sep 14, 2011

Meet San Diego's 'Nice Guys'

Meet San Diego's 'Nice Guys'

An organization that has worked quietly to serve San Diego community since 1979.  The simplicity of their name rings true to their earnest beginnings and unfaltering intention that has sustained over...

Tuesday, Sep 13, 2011
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By Samantha Dorman

Pictures from Operation Caregiver

View some pics of Operation Caregiver's "Packing Parties" where they turn boxes...View gallery

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