GallantFew, Inc is a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to reducing Veteran unemployment, homelessness and suicide.
Today's scheduled guest is David Cook, founder of Operation Cuppa Joe. Operation Cuppa Joe (OCJ) is a 100% Student Volunteer Military Support Cause joining Federal, State and Local Governments and Communities together to support our military members, their families and veterans. OCJ advocates, fosters and sustains free effective programs to improve the quality of life for all soldiers and their families.
OCJ's education mission is to build character, leadership, values, loyalty, duty, respect, gratitude, selfless service, honor, integrity and personal courage through student troop support services helping all military branches stateside and abroad. OCJ works with military and non-military students, educators, parents and communities to create strong children so we're not fixing broken adults.
OCJ's secondary mission is to set up military family support clubs in elementary schools, middle schools, high schools, colleges and univiersities through the US to build bridges of support from the non-military community and harness the power of 87,000,000 students and 120,000 schools nationwide to support our service members, military families and veterans nationwide.
OCJ Resource Links
Blog operationcuppajoecommunity.com Facebook @OppCuppaJoe (Twitter)