"Bringing Veterans Home, one Warrior at a time."
OATH is a youth driven, 501c3 non-profit corporation, created and organized by the Pride of the Nation students of Lancaster High School.
The mission of Operation All The Way Home is to assist veterans of the United States Armed Forces with the acquisition of housing, both permanent and transitional. OATH also assists veterans with other needs as they relate to assimilating into civilian life after completion of their military service.
While executing its mission, OATH empowers youth through providing leadership opportunities that foster commitment, sacrifice, and civic responsibility.
OATH's motto is "Bringing Veterans Home, one Warrior at a Time." Our current mission is the construction of a new handicapped accessible home for wounded warrior, Jerral Hancock. within one year.
While OATH focuses on one major mission at a time, the organization also supports veterans and the activities of other non-profit organizations that support veterans, with smaller projects throughout the year. All members of OATH are volunteers, and are honored to serve those who have served our country in the U.S. Armed Forces.
OATH Property Clean-up!
On Thursday, April 17, OATH students began the property clean-up in preparation for the special ground-breaking ceremony on May 6. (photos of ground-breaking ceremony below) Thank you to everyone who supported this clean-up effort through donating labor and the use of tractors and tools!
UPDATE as of August 29:
OATH, with the support of the Gary Sinise Foundation, reaches over $400,000!
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Construction Update: Phase 1 of construction on the future Hancock home is now complete. (Septic systems are installed for both the primary residence and the caretakers' residence.
Before starting Phase 2 of the project, OATH, the Gary SInise Foundation, and the Carrington Charitable Foundation spent several months this summer reviewing the architectural plans for both residences to insure the current designs will accommodate the addition of special "Smart Home" technology the GSF is bringing into the project. While this was a tedious process, we believe it was an important step in preparing for Phase 2 and ensuring that Jerral is receiving the very best home design to facilitate the healthiest and most comfortable living situation. Construction will resume for Phase 2 in September.
The students of Operation All The Way Home wish to express our deepest gratitude to everyone who has stepped up to support wounded warrior Jerral Hancock through the grass-roots effort of OATH. Thank you to everyone who has sponsored, donated items, and volunteered. Our OATH family grows everyday, and again, we are very grateful!
Dinner, Live Country Music, Dancing,
Silent Auction & Drawings!
Proceeds benefit OATH's project to build a handicapped-accessible home for SPC Jerral Hancock!
WHEN: Saturday, September 20 at 5:00pm - 9:00pm.
WHERE: Lazy T Ranch (4218 Elizabeth Lake Rd, Leona Valley)
TICKETS: $30 per adult.
Includes Dinner, Dessert and Coffee;
Beverages & Bar additional charge.
Catered By: Patricio’s Grill & Pasta;
Cookies By: Piece of Cake Baker
Tickets are available pre-sale only and can be purchased online
at the link below. The deadline to purchase tickets is Sept. 13.
This event is for adults age 21 & over.
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE HOEDOWN TICKETS
Carpool, if you can - Outdoor Event - Western Attire Optional
For additional information, please call Jan Clark at 661-270-9268.
Mark your calendars!
More information on these events will be available soon.
Please check back!
GAVAR Bowling Tournament Fundraiser
Gary Sinise visits the students of Operation All The Way Home at Lancaster High School
and donates $60,000 to begin construction of the new Hancock home!
OATH SPECIAL THANK YOUs
Operation All The Way Home would like to thank Los Angeles County Supervisor, Michael D. Antonovich, for his continued support and for the invitation to visit the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Meeting on October 8, 2013. It was a very special day for everyone!
Please click on the link below to read the Veterans Day AP Article:
"Calif Town Putting Roof Over Wounded GI's Head"