Growing Wings: The Snow Angel Program
“There is no exercise better for the soul than reaching down and lifting people up.”
-John Andrew Holmes
It feels good to give. Whether you’re buying birthday presents for your kids, buying flowers for a loved one, or donating to a charity or nonprofit organization, there’s something about the act of giving that makes you glow in knowing that you’ve helped to make someone happier.
So why not just keep on giving? At Operation Warm, we offer you the opportunity to continue giving for as long as you please, through our Snow Angel donation program.
When you sign up to be a part of Operation Warm’s Snow Angel program, you make the powerful choice to become a repeating donor in our cause. With 15.7 million American children currently living in poverty, your contributions as a Snow Angel helps make an immense impact in providing a gift of warmth to the children who need it most.
How does it work? We’re glad you asked. After signing up, your credit card will be continually charged on the 1st of every month until you choose to end your payment plan. Of course, you can stop payment at any time by clicking the link sent to you in the email receipt you’ll receive after being charged for your first donation, or simply give us a call or email.
Depending on which payment plan you choose, you would be helping to provide anywhere between 3 and 30 coats per year – that’s enough for an entire elementary school class! Just picture the look on the face of a child after receiving a brand new winter coat as a result of your ongoing generosity.
It’s thanks to our many donors like you that nearly 2 million children across the United States have learned that someone cares about them thanks to a simple gift of a new winter coat. By continuing to give to our cause at Operation Warm, you better the lives of more and more children by keeping them warm and confident, helping them to take on each day with a smile on their faces and the imprint of a tiny angel in the playground snow.
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