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September 23, 2016

A Letter from OpUSA President and CEO Richard Walden

Dear Friend,   Operation USA has come a long way since that first airlift to aid struggling Vietnamese refugees more than 37 years ago.   As ever-worsening humanitarian crises continue plague the world around us—from natural disasters to violence and warfare to endemic poverty—we strive every day to meet the needs of under-served and overlooked […]

August 26, 2016

NEWS RELEASE: Operation USA to Aid Flood Relief in Southern United States

Los Angeles, Calif., August 26, 2016– Operation USA, a Los Angeles-based international relief agency, today announced that it plans to support flood relief efforts in Louisiana through the delivery of cash grants and material aid support to partners. The organization is currently assessing opportunities to aid existing partners—established during Hurricane Katrina relief—and is calling for […]

August 17, 2016

Louisiana Flood Relief

Our thoughts are with all those affected by recent severe storms and flooding in Louisiana and Mississippi.   We are currently working the Louisiana Primary Care Association to determine how we can assist recovery efforts by providing hospital equipment, medical supplies and other in-kind materials to clinics and hospitals in impacted communities.   Your donations […]

July 7, 2016

Update: Learning Enhancements at Ngolos Honeywell Elementary School

July 7, 2016— It’s been almost three years since Typhoon Haiyan devastated the Philippines, and recovery in Guiuan continues. There, since opening the doors of Ngolos Honeywell Elementary School to more than 250 area children in 2015, Operation USA has remained committed to serving the school and its programs so that students have the tools […]

June 30, 2016

UPDATE: Operation USA Makes Grant to All Hands Volunteers for Ecuador Relief

June 28, 2016 — On Saturday, April 16, a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck the northwestern coast of Ecuador, killing hundreds and injuring thousands. The quake–the worst to hit the country since 1987–leveled buildings, destroyed roads and bridges, damaged structures and triggered landslides. Reports estimate that upwards of 73,000 people were displaced while more than 7,000 […]

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