Operation Hat Trick is dedicated to American service members as they recover from the visible and invisible wounds of war. We help them move past the traumas of battle so they can focus on their lives and families at home.
OHT provides critical support to those who defend us
Thousands of service members and veterans who have returned wounded from Iraq and Afghanistan have needs that conventional organizations and government programs don’t cover. Operation Hat Trick helps fill the “white space”-critical gaps in care.
We pay for adaptive equipment for amputees; service dogs;shoes for prosthetic legs; critical care; emergency rent, heating oil or car payments. We’ve built a cabin for a veterans’ summer camp, sponsored hunting, fishing and skiing trips … almost anything veterans need to work through their injuries and rebuild their lives.
An innovative approach
We got our start by giving hats to service members with head and brain injuries, but soon realized that we could do even more by selling our merchandise and products — hats, gear, etc. — and using the proceeds to support the recovery of service members and veterans. Now, we’re a 501(c)3 non-profit and work with colleges and universities, leagues, companies and fans across the U.S. to honor active duty military and veterans.
Our merchandise and products and your donations have helped dozens of organizations that provide direct services and support to wounded service members and veterans. They include: Project Sanctuary, The Yellow Ribbon Fund, Easter Seals/Veterans Count, the Navy SEAL Foundation Semper Fi Fund, the Warrior Bonfire Project, Liberty House, Ironstone Farm,Homes For Our Troops,and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. We have partnered with hundreds of sports teams, including more than 330 universities and colleges, 135 high schools, 21 National Hockey League teams, 15 NBA teams,more than 70 Minor League Baseball teams,and over 100 companies.
Remember our nation’s duty to its war veterans. We have the responsibility to restore lives.
It’s our duty to serve our service members and veterans by helping them address the visible and invisible wounds of war. Support Operation Hat Trick today, and show veterans their lives off the battlefield are just as important to our country as their service on it. A generation moved shall not become a generation removed.
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