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Stephanie Memos

Marketing Associate

CrushBank

Stephanie@crushbank.com

 

         

CrushBank Donates Tradeshow Materials to Operation Homefront in Washington D.C.

 

Syosset, NY, September 5, 2018: CrushBank is proud to announce that they have donated their tradeshow materials to Operation Homefront Washington D.C. The two 40” LED televisions from the CrushBank tradeshow booth materials are going to families of veterans in the Washington D.C. area.

CrushBank Chief Revenue Officer, Brian Mullaney said of donating two large LED flat screen TVs, “We are thrilled to be able to assist Operation HomeFront in any manner. OHF is a tremendous organization tackling the enormous task of assisting millions of service men and women and their families back home. We know full well that the toll on these soldiers and their families is as great at home as it is overseas in conflict. For CrushBank to be able to provide a gift to two soldiers and their families which makes even a small impact on the lives of these soldiers and their families is an honor. It is quite truly the least that we can do to support those who protect our country. We encourage all companies that sponsor tradeshows to consider donating to the local charities in the areas.”

As CrushBank is on the road sponsoring technology tradeshows, they often see sponsors at the end of each show dispose tradeshow materials due to travel that could absolutely be donated to local charities. CrushBank is on a mission to donate their tradeshow materials to local charities at every show they attend for the remaining of the 2018 year. If you know of any local charities in the Orlando, FL area, please contact Stephanie Memos at stephanie@crushbank.com.

“Operation Homefront is very grateful to CrushBank for the generous donation of two 40 inch flat screen televisions. Said Vivian Dietrich, Senior Director of Operation Homefront. Both sets were donated to families of wounded, ill and injured, service members transitioning out of the military and in need of furnishings for their new residence. Thank you CrushBank for recognizing those who serve.”

 

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About Operation Homefront:

Operation Homefront is a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to build strong, stable, and secure military families so they can thrive — not simply struggle to get by — in the communities they have worked so hard to protect. For over fifteen years, we have provided programs that offer: RELIEF (through Critical Financial Assistance and transitional housing programs), RESILIENCY (through permanent housing and caregiver support services) and RECURRING FAMILY SUPPORT programs and services throughout the year that help military families overcome the short-term bumps in the road so they don’t become long-term chronic problems. Operation Homefront has consistently earned high ratings from leading charity rating services, including Charity Navigator, which gave OH 4 Stars for 11 consecutive years for superior service and accountability. At Operation Homefront, 92 percent of expenditures goes directly toward delivering programs and services to the military families who need it most.

 

For additional information, please visit: www.operationhomefront.org

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