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Share Your Love This Christmas!

Field Report by Operation Blessing

The Christmas season is here once again. A time of family, celebration, and generosity. Following any year, it is important to share your love at Christmas. After the struggles of 2020, it is more important than ever to share and give back. This year, we find the world weary and unsure. 2020 was a difficult and challenging year for everyone.

It was one of the most active hurricane seasons in recorded history, bringing damage to the United States, Mexico, and Central America. The COVID-19 pandemic ravaged the world, killing over a million people, and making countless others sick. The economic impact of the pandemic has been felt worldwide with shutdowns and food shortages all across the globe. Wildfires, tornadoes, and typhoons made the disasters of 2020 seem endless. Your kindness, however, has made such an impact.

Thanks to YOU, Operation Blessing stands ready to serve your generosity and love to the most vulnerable! Your faithfulness made a difference this year and now we ask you to share your love this Christmas once again. For the single mother struggling to feed her children, your caring put food on the table. As victims faced the destruction of natural disasters, you helped us bring them relief. For people suffering amidst a lingering global pandemic, you gave hope and help. For families receiving aid they never thought would arrive, your gifts have kept them going. Your kindness, prayers, and compassion this year helped support poor, needy, marginalized, and forgotten people worldwide. Please continue to share your love this Christmas with men, women, and children all over the world.

Share your love this Christmas with those in need. Visit https://www.ob.org/holiday.

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  • Amy Fischer my says:

    Please go to help the people of South Lafourche Parish in Louisiana.  Towns like Cut Off, Galliano, etc.  

    • Operation Blessing says:

      Hi Amy, We are in the early planning stages of returning to Louisiana and will be reaching out to some of the areas that you mentioned. For updates you can call 1.800.730.2537.