Operation Hat Trick Makes A Donation to Hero Flights
HAMPTON, N.H., and CHARLOTTE, N.C. (March 8, 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 a donation to Hero Flights.
The donation will be used to provide air transportation or post-9/11 combat wounded veterans for medical and other compassionate needs.
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 and honored 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 at the Hero Flights,” 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 mission of the Hero Flights continues to align with our mission, and the need is greater, perhaps now, more than ever.”
For more information on the Hero Flights, visit the link below. For more information on Operation Hat Trick, visit operationhattrick.org.
About Hero Flights:
Hero Flights is a tax-exempt non-profit that personally flies the veterans in general aviation aircraft. This means many more airports are available to them and they can avoid long security lines and baggage limits. They cater the flights to the needs of the veteran and make every attempt to make the flight as easy as possible. They coordinate everything with the medical staff on the ground so they know where and when they will be landing and so someone is waiting for the veteran when they arrive.
For more information, visit heroflights.org.