Annual Charity Raffle

Help Operation Once in a Lifetime send 50 Veterans to Arlington National Cemetery and 9/11 Memorial!    

Annual Charity Raffle to win a custom 1965 C10 Chevy Truck!

Benefitting our military through Operation Once in a Lifetime!

Live drawing at Operation Once in a Lifetime’s 12th Annual Rock for the Troops Charity event which will be streamed live on our Facebook Page!

Raffle tickets are $20 each, 3 for $50, 7 for $100, 15 for $200 or 100 tickets for a $1,000 donation.

Get your tickets here!

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Toys for Troops 2023

Support our military during the holidays through our annual Toys For Troops drive. Donate a new unwrapped toy at our various locations (email us for locations) or you can contribute directly to our Toys For Troops Drive on our Current Needs tab. 

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Recent Updates

Operation Once in a Lifetime’s 2nd Annual Remembrance trip to the 9/11 Memorial was an amazing opportunity for these U.S. Service Members, Veterans and First Responders. The video created from this year’s trip is truly the most impactful video we have ever created during our 15 years supporting our Military.

Operation Once in a Lifetime helped create a truly memorable moment for a Veteran who lost a brother-in-arms when he was severely wounded in combat.
This amazing moment happened during Operation Once in a Lifetime’s Annual Closure Trip where we bring Veterans and Active Military to Arlington National Cemetery to pay their respects to their fallen brothers and sisters. 
This year’s group of Veterans and Active Military visiting Arlington National Cemetery, thanks to your support.

Operation Once in a Lifetime loves random acts of kindness and this is one of the greatest acts we have been able to do for such an amazing gentleman!

Nate is a Vietnam Veteran who was showing a fellow Veteran, who happened to be the President of Operation Once in a Lifetime, at his gym a picture of a soldier he served with who was killed next to him when he was wounded himself in Vietnam. 

When asked if he had ever been to the Vietnam Wall in DC to pay his respects to his fallen brother, he said he had not. Actually Nate has not even flown in 50 years. 
So in true Operation Once in a Lifetime fashion, he was invited right there on the spot to our Annual Closure Trip. What happened while on the trip brought everyone to tears at the Vietnam Wall/ Memorial.

As the large group of Veterans attending this year’s trip started to surround Nate to take a group picture, they actually had a surprise in store for him…

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