Request for Packages? Deployed SD Ship.

We have been reached out to to fill 275 boxes for a ship deployed from San Diego on June 5th that is not expected to return till the end of the year.. Would you like to help with a mini pack day? Stay tuned for updates.. Also we are gathering items NOW to fill this..

Operation Community Cares Pack Day 11-21-15 Photos

Volunteer Meeting March 12, 2015

Time 6-7 pm
Location: Realty World Allstars
9520 19th St
Alta Loma, Ca 91701
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OCC Thanks: Alta Loma High School, Caryn Elementary, Grapeland Elementary, Los Osos High School, Rancho Cucamonga High School and Vineyard Junior High School

We couldn’t have completed our mission this year without the support from local schools such as Alta Loma High School, Caryn Elementary, Grapeland Elementary, Los Osos High School, Rancho Cucamonga High School and Vineyard Junior High School. Thanks again for your support!

OCC Thanks the Central School District for their Support | 2014

Central School District 11.20.14Dan Griffith & Diane Bradley presented plaques of appreciation to the Board Members of the Central School District. Their efforts during Back-To-School Night at Quakes Stadium helped support our Fall Pack Day event. We will look to them for support in the Spring as well.

OCC answers the call from Afghanistan for personal care items for our Soldiers

Urgent Request from Afghanistan: Basic need items
See This request:
CALL TO ACTION:

It is so great to hear from you! Thank for your willingness to help! Our inability to get personal care items is a result of the downsizing in Afghanistan. The base we are on was supposed to close sometime this fall, so many of the support services were already closed and sent to other locations before we got here. Now it looks like AP Clark is going to be one of the few bases that is going to endure into 2015. We are in a strategic location close the Pakistan border….that means that our deployment is not likely to be cut short, but rather we will be here for the entire 9 months; until sometime in March.

Our greatest need right now is Men’s deodorant, laundry detergent, shampoo, razors, feminine hygiene products, and white mid-calf length socks, but all toiletry items are needed. Smaller sizes of the toiletry items are better because they are easier to share. Of course snacks and other tastes of home are appreciated as well. They guys from CA love snack stuff from Trader Joes!

As many packages Operation Community Cares wants to send is appreciated. There are about 350 Soldiers here with talk of 200 more coming in the fall as other bases close. I run a free store in the front of the chapel at AP Clark, so we open care packages, sort them into like items and then allow the soldiers to “shop” for essential items and snacks that they need.

I am glad to provide Operation Community Cares with a certificate of appreciation from our Task Force for helping us out!

Thanks again!
Brandon

Urgent Request from Afghanistan: Basic need items

To our supporters and fellow patriots! We received this request and we are going to do whatever we can to fill the need! Normally we do 2 shipments a year and this is not the usual timing. We will be gathering items, and getting these off ASAP.

If you can help in any way, please be sure to reach out to us!

Urgent Request from Afghanistan: Basic need items
See This request:
CALL TO ACTION:

It is so great to hear from you! Thank for your willingness to help! Our inability to get personal care items is a result of the downsizing in Afghanistan. The base we are on was supposed to close sometime this fall, so many of the support services were already closed and sent to other locations before we got here. Now it looks like AP Clark is going to be one of the few bases that is going to endure into 2015. We are in a strategic location close the Pakistan border….that means that our deployment is not likely to be cut short, but rather we will be here for the entire 9 months; until sometime in March.

Our greatest need right now is Men’s deodorant, laundry detergent, shampoo, razors, feminine hygiene products, and white mid-calf length socks, but all toiletry items are needed. Smaller sizes of the toiletry items are better because they are easier to share. Of course snacks and other tastes of home are appreciated as well. They guys from CA love snack stuff from Trader Joes!

As many packages Operation Community Cares wants to send is appreciated. There are about 350 Soldiers here with talk of 200 more coming in the fall as other bases close. I run a free store in the front of the chapel at AP Clark, so we open care packages, sort them into like items and then allow the soldiers to “shop” for essential items and snacks that they need.

I am glad to provide Operation Community Cares with a certificate of appreciation from our Task Force for helping us out!

Thanks again!
Brandon

Ryan & the OCC Board!
Stay tuned for details!

Operation Community Cares Packing Day 11-16-13

OCC Planning meeting

When: Monday Sept 30th
Time: 7 pm
Location: Blackstone Realty
8311 Haven Ave 180
Rancho Cucamonga, Ca 91730

Topics: planning for Nov 16th packing day.

All are welcome!

Come Join Us

OCC Board & Volunteer Meeting

Tues, Aug 21st
7:00- 8:30 pm
10801 Foothill Blvd 107
Rancho Cucamonga, Ca
Topics: 
Planning meeting to prepare for Fall Events & Christmas Care Package Date
Volunteer Leaders Needed

Next Package Date:
Sat November 17th
8-1 pm
CBC Church
9090 19th St
Alta Loma, Ca 91701