September 01, 2011
Operation Gratitude Fundraiser Results Are In!
MADISON, WISCONSIN (9/1/11) – From August 1st to August 10th, Wisconsinmade.com pledged to contribute a portion of online sales to assist in sending care packages to US troops. The online gift store, which features products made with pride and passion in Wisconsin, is pleased to announce over $1,000 will be donated to Operation Gratitude. Additionally, friends and family members of soldiers took this opportunity to give a taste of Wisconsin to soldiers by sending gifts from Wisconsinmade.com 's Military APO/FPO Gifts Department. The staff at Wisconsinmade.com would like to thank everyone that participated and they are looking forward to making the Operation Gratitude fundraiser a yearly event.
About Operation Gratitude:
The mission of Operation Gratitude is to improve the morale of deployed troops by sending individually addressed letters and care packages. Donations like the one from Wisconsinmade.com provide funding for the non-profit, volunteer-based organization. All donated funds go toward shipping and production costs of over 100,000 care packages sent each year. Visit the
website to read touching responses from grateful package recipients.
The web-store showcases over 2,500 products made with pride and passion by more than 250 Wisconsin artisans. Wisconsinmade.com strives to deliver a taste of Wisconsin to troops with a selection of Military APO/FPO Gifts. The web store also sends gifts to anyone in the USA looking for quality locally-made goods. Wisconsinmade.com receives national attention for the regional-specialty foods it delivers, such as the championship Wisconsin cheeses, gourmet meats, cranberries, maple syrup, and the Kringle pastries identified with Wisconsin's ethnic heritage. Also featured are books written by Wisconsin authors, crafts created by Wisconsin artisans, Wisconsin-sports memorabilia, and Wisconsin themed gift baskets. Visit Wisconsinmade.com for an easy and convenient shopping experience.
For More Information Contact:
Back to List