Threads for Thought Donates Clothing to Operation Homefront Wounded Warriors

Rory Wehrlie June 30, 2012
Threads for Thought Donates Clothing to Operation Homefront Wounded Warriors

During the entire month of July, Threads for Thought will be donating a new item of clothing to Operation Homefront for every order made online at www.ThreadsForThought.com. Operation Homefront provides direct assistance to the families of our service members and wounded warriors.
Often wounded military soldiers and their families are posed with financial burdens, simple items such as clothing, food, household items/repairs, and baby formula/diapers, become difficult to afford. Threads for Thought is trying to make a difference in some of the lives of these military families by partnering with Operation Homefront. Through donating a new item of clothing for every other made online in July, wounded warriors and their families will have one less burden to worry about.

About Operation Homefront & Threads for Thought — Operation Homefront (OH) was created to aid the families deployed after 9/11 and is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas. They currently have 23 chapters spanning 27 states and are soon to be a national organization with representation in each state. The organization’s aim is to aid the American military services members and/or their families who have unmet needs due to financial hardship, death, or physical or mental injury as a result of combat in Iraq or Afghanistan.

Threads for Thought (T4T) is a lifestyle brand that promotes a sense of responsibility for those who share this world with us. Threads for Thought has incorporated that principle into our very existence. T4T works closely with several highly regarded charities to promote and support the excellent work they do in the areas of humanitarian and environmental responses. The products use sustainable materials and a manufactured in the most sustainable manner possible.




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