More than 24.5 million hours have been pledged so far, with pledges from organizations like the Girl Scouts of the USA, AutoTrader.com, Lions Clubs International, U.S.Army Corps of Engineers, Hands On Network, Soldiers' Angels, Lions Clubs International, Give an Hour, the Virginia Department of Volunteerism, The American Red Cross, Blue Star Families, ServiceNation: Mission Serve, Operation Gratitude, The Mission Continues, BAE Systems, Inc., USO, Rebuilding Together, Boys Scouts of America, Military Child Education Coalition, Habitat for Humanity International, American Legion Auxiliary, Kansas City Symphony and Blue Shield of California.
Did you know that the performance of your organization can be directly affected by volunteering? Getting involved in your community can be a great way to motivate employees or volunteers and it's a great way to say thank you. Through Operation Honor Cards, your organization can help employees and volunteers get involved in the community and say thank you to military families, veterans and service members. Operation Honor Cards has already collected millions of volunteer hours from organizations such as the Girl Scouts of the USA, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Virginia Office of Volunteerism, Old Dominion University, Operation Gratitude, Lions Clubs International, The Mission Continues, KaBOOM!, Habitat for Humanity International, Blue Shield of California, Excel Energy, JPMorgan Chase, Town of Independence Kansas, Code of Support, ServiceNation: Mission Serve, Points of Light, USO and the American Red Cross. The physical card collection portion of the program will culminate on or before 11/11/13 with 'Honor Walls' of pledge cards displayed in Washington D.C., military bases, and other public venues.