OSC STATS

2018 IN REVIEW

Financial Assistance Impact

3,525

In 2018, OSC provided assistance and morale to 3,525 veterans, service members, and their families.

$1.1 Million

In 2018, Operation Second Chance​ provided over $1.1 Million in specific emergency assistance, internships, and morale related activities such as caregiver events, outdoor sporting events, retreats, dinners, family nights, children's events and more. And saw a 40% increase in requests for assistance.

OSC provided assistance to veterans in

43 States

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Including DC and Puerto Rico

How has OSC Provided Assistance and Morale?

211

Families were saved from being homeless by providing rental and mortgage assistance

122

Families had power, water, and heat by providing assistance with utility bills

96

Families were provided with gift cards to help with groceries and other daily living expenses such as diapers and toiletries

Retreats

11

Retreats were held in 11 different states

2

Including the addition of 2 NEW retreat locations, Idaho and Sturgis Motorcycle Retreat.

Flights and Lodging

By providing emergency flights and lodging, Operation Second Chance gives families the opportunity to come together and heal.

167 Flights

218 Hotel Stays

Awards and achievements

Rated Best Charity to Donate to in Maryland by Business.org

Factors included financial information, transparency policies, and public reviews. Business.org took into account financial, accountability, and transparency scores and administrative-to-program cost ratios, then assigned top ratings to the best charities that do the most with their donations across the nation.

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