Fun Shoot Charity Event | October 22, 2016 | 8am to 3pm

Charity Shoot

Remember Those Who Serve and Have Served Our Country This Memorial Day

Men and Women in Uniform Awards Ceremony
OCC Outreach OrganizationOperation Community Cares
Created in 2002, Operation Community Cares is a non-profit 501C3 organization that proactively supports the health and welfare of our American Servicemen and Women across the globe.

Far too often our service people may feel forgotten or unappreciated for their efforts and sacrifice. Operation Community Cares strives to insure that these men and women know that they are missed, appreciated and loved. One way OCC does this is through the mailing of “Care Packages”. The boxes are filled with snacks, candy and sundries, but really carry a special message to let them know we care and remember.

All of this is completed entirely through donations and volunteer support and has no employees or payroll.

Operation Community Cares has shipped in excess of 9000 boxes and is anticipating the largest shipping year yet in 2016 with a goal of shipping over 3000 boxes to our deployed.

We must never forget the sacrifice of the past and must recognize and support the sacrifice of the present.

2016 Men and Women in Uniform Awards Ceremony

A great evening hosted by the Rancho Cucamonga Chamber of Commerce honoring men and women in Uniform! Incredible opportunity as well to meet Rob O’Neil of Seal Team Six, credited w taking Osama Bin Liden out! What a story! Congrats to @Chris Valenzuela & Chris Conely for being some of the honored! Hats off to you!

2016 Stater Bros Pack Day 05-21-16

REPF / OCC Golf Tournament

April 14, 2016
REPF/ OCC Golf Tournament
Mountain Meadows Golf Course
1875 Fairplex Drive
Pomona, CA 91768
Golfers & Sponsors Needed… looking for Major Sponsors NOW!

Printable brochure

2016 REPF Golf Brochure_001
 2016 REPF Golf Brochure_002

We, the Marines, can’t tell you how much we thank and appreciate you!

Semper FidelisGood morning/evening,

I, Sgt Barraza Miguel, will like to personally thank you for all the care packages you guys/gals sent to us here in ADAB. We really appreciate it! Now we have tons of snacks to munch on thanks to you guys and since you sent so many packages we even sent some even further down range to our brothers and sisters who don’t have the same opportunities as we do here in receiving packages. We couldn’t take pictures of all the packages since we aren’t allowed to have phones in the compound but I have a picture from my promotion. We will try to take a picture soon! We, the Marines, can’t tell you how much we thank and appreciate you for all the love and support we receive from you guys/gals! Thank you for having such an amazing organization and thank you for supporting the troops.

Semper Fidelis,

Sgt Barraza, Miguel A.

“Marines. The Few. The Proud.”

Received packages

My nephew just received his to share with his squad. So wonderful for these heroes to get some love from home. Thank you!Recieved packages

Thank you for sending packages

I just wanted to say thank you for sending me a few packages. I just received them and, my guys and I truly appreciate the hard work you put into putting the packages together. God bless and I hope you have a great weekend.

Very Respectfully,
Scott White

We are grateful to you, your donors and your volunteers

I am SSgt Angela Gomez, currently deployed to, Afghanistan. We gratefully received a care package for each of our Airmen out here and want to say Thank You!!!

Our snack area is stacked with goodies and treats, one of our desks is decorated with your Christmas and holiday cards and your cards of Thanks.

The beanies and socks will surely keep us warm. Attached are some pictures and a picture of myself enjoying a little bit of what feels like home in the beanie.

We are grateful to you, your donors and your volunteers.

Hope you have a safe and blessed holiday season.

62 ERS/DET 1 Security Forces Member
Angela T. Gomez-Adams

Care packages for deployed troops packed by volunteers

Care packages for deployed troops packed by volunteers