In The News
OTA is mentioned in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette article Housing program offers shelter for homeless female veterans and their children.
Sponsored by RIDC Alliance members Evolutionary Fitness and Pestco, the first annual Pittsburgh River Ride To Anywhere raised $7,500 for OTA.
Washington Wild Things players sport camouflage jerseys in support of Operation Troop Appreciation.
As a military mother, Darlene Scalese counts her blessings that her son Casey returned home from Iraq and Afghanistan healthy and whole. “He has no issues, he is 100 percent, blessed, safe and going to college.”
Mrs. Scalese, 55, of West Mifflin, took those blessings and started giving them away through her work with Operation Troop Appreciation. She volunteers 30 hours a week…Read Article on Post Gazette
Pennsylvania kicked off Project Journey, an initiative created to help homeless female veterans with children by providing them with temporary residencies to allow them to be able to get back on their feet.