2019 IN REVIEW
In 2019, OSC provided assistance and morale to
veterans, service members, and their families.
This includes those who received financial assistance,
participated in one of our morale events or attended a retreat.
In 2019, Operation Second Chance
provided over $1.1 Million in specific emergency assistance, internships, and morale related activities such as caregiver events, skiing, retreats, paint nights,
bowling, dinners out for our
families, weekend retreats,
out of state retreats and more.
OSC provided assistance to veterans in
40 STATES & D.C.
We paid utilities to keep electric and water turned on for 861 individuals totaling $60,000.
We paid mortgages and/or rent for 1,371 individuals totaling $411,397 keeping families in their homes or prevented from becoming homeless.
Grocery cards and medical equipment were provided to 350 individuals totaling $40,000.
Retreats were held in 16 different states.
Flights and Lodging
By providing emergency flights and lodging, Operation Second Chance gives families the opportunity to come together and heal.