Operation Hat Trick Supports Wounded and Recovering Service Members and Veterans with Donations to Three Organizations; Reaches Milestone of donating $1.9 million since 2014
HAMPTON, N.H. (January 7, 2021) – Operation Hat Trick, a nonprofit that supports the recovery of wounded service members and veterans through the sale of its branded merchandise, recently made donations to three organizations dedicated to supporting service members and veterans. Those organizations are The Azimuth Check Foundation, Veterans Healing Farm and Northeast Passage.
The donations will be used in many ways, including wellness programs, workshops, food cultivation, and community engagement through sports programs. These donations have also elevated the total amount donated to organizations that fit the OHT mission to $1.9 million since 2014.
Operation Hat Trick began in 2008 in honor of two fallen Navy SEALS, Nate Hardy and Mike Koch, who are buried next to each other at Arlington National Cemetery. The nonprofit works with colleges and universities, sports leagues, companies and fans across the U.S. to honor active-duty military and veterans through the sale of its branded merchandise.
“Operation Hat Trick is proud of the support we have received and continue to receive, thus making it possible for us to have an impact and make a difference for those in need as we strive to fill some critical gaps in care,” said Dot Sheehan, founder, president/CEO of Operation Hat Trick. “Our mission is to support the recovery of wounded service members and veterans, so the missions of these organizations fit perfectly, and the need is greater, perhaps now, more than ever.”
For more information on these organizations, visit the links below. For more information on Operation Hat Trick, visit operationhattrick.org.
About Azimuth Check Foundation:
Azimuth Check Foundation helps heroes find their way by providing injured warriors and first responders challenging year-round athletic activities that create wellness in an atmosphere of camaraderie. They work with adaptive sports partners to provide challenging and rewarding experiences for veterans.
For more information, visit
About Veterans Healing Farm:
The mission of Veterans Healing Farm is to serve our nation's veterans by growing and donating high-quality fruits, vegetables, and flower bouquets to veterans and their caregivers free of charge. Additionally, they support veterans by offering workshops on innovative gardening techniques and foster a thriving micro-community of veterans and civilians who build deep friendships and cultivate emotional, physical, and spiritual health.
For more information, visit veteranshealingfarm.org.
About Northeast Passage:
The mission of Northeast Passage is to empower people living with disabling conditions, both visible and invisible, to define, pursue and achieve whole life health, community engagement and fulfillment through the purposeful use of sports and recreation; to develop and promote best practices in the fields of Therapeutic Recreation and Adaptive Sports.
For more information, visit nepassage.org.