PROJECT 22 Movie Screening - Thursday, May 19, 2016 - Cinemark 22, Lancaster; 6:30 PM.

It is estimated that twenty-two veterans commit suicide every day. PROJECT 22 follows two combat veterans on a motorcycle mission to raise awareness and discover solutions. "During their journey, they interviewed researchers, healthcare providers, and veterans. Many of those they encountered had either contemplated or attempted suicide and were able to share the life-saving alternative sources of hope that they had found. Asking hard-hitting questions and opening up about their own struggles... Daniel and Doc will stop at nothing to reach tomorrow’s twenty-two."

This one-time screening will be followed by a question and answer session, and resources for veterans and families looking for support will be on hand. As a community, let's come together to learn more about the challenges veterans face, the tragedy of veteran suicide, and what we can do to help. 

TICKETS ON SALE NOW - Admission: $9 per person. Limited seats available. Due to the high demand for tickets, Cinemark moved the screening from a 98-seat auditorium to 170-seat auditorium. Tickets are only available PRE-SALE using this link: CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE MOVIE TICKETS

5Klicks to Home 5K Run / Walk - Sunday, June 5, 2016 at Marie Kerr Park in Palmdale. Hosted by the Kiwanis Club of Palmdale West in support of Operation All The Way Home. This is a great event for the entire family! Registration now open!  CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

On-Going Events

Pride of the Nation - 13th Annual Armed Forces Day Dinner, Dance & Tribute Ceremony - Saturday, May 28, 2016 -  Hunter Pavilion, Antelope Valley Fairgrounds from 5:00 - 10:00 PM. This local tradition brings together community members, civic leaders, veterans, and active-duty military personnel for an inspirational evening honoring all who have served in the United States Armed Forces, past and present. Tickets on salw now and available pre-sale only. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit: www.PrideoftheNation.org 

OATH STUDENTS "EVERYDAY HEROES" IN READER'S DIGEST (Feb, 2016) We are so proud of our student team! We believe that young adults in every community are a powerful resource. When given leadership opportunities and guidance, students can inspire and serve their communities with great energy and effectiveness. And as adults in the future, they will be the powerful leaders and advocates every community needs for veterans and other important causes. Click here to read the entire article.

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Mission Statement:

OATH is a youth driven, 501(c)(3) non-profit, public charity corporation.  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 students with the skills and experiences necessary to prepare to serve and lead our communities, and continue to advocate for our nation's veterans in the years to come.​

As we look back on the past year, we are filled with an abundance of gratitude. Whether supporting OATH through financial contributions, volunteering, participating in our various veteran and community outreach events and fundraisiers, shopping on Amazon Smile or collecting recycling, each and every one of you make our work possible. We hope you enjoy this video with special memories from 2015! 

​HUMILITY AND HEROISM - That's what the OATH students witnessed first-hand when SFC Joseph Cruz was a special guest at their meeting on Thursday, Jan. 21. Detailing his journey in the U.S Army, Mr. Cruz shared his experiences during two combat tours in Vietnam where he was awarded the Purple Heart, multiple deployments in Germany, and the heart-wrenching details of a training accident that changed his life forever. It was a powerful and inspirational evening of courage, gentle strength, resiliency, determination, and humility - - true traits of a hero. Operation All The Way Home is grateful for the service of Joseph Cruz and honored to have the opportunity to work on his behalf and repay in some small measure the debt we owe to one who has sacrificed so much for all of us. 

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Please consider donating your glass, plastic, and aluminum cans to Operation All The Way Home. Any amount is appreciated! Every penny helps! Recycling can be dropped off at two convenient locations:


EAST LANCASTER: Lee's Bees
Address: 45101 Yucca Ave, Lancaster, CA 93534 - (661) 945-1051
Take your receipt into the office and indicate that you are donating to OATH.


WEST PALMDALE: Breezy G Ranch 
41049 43rd Street West, Palmdale, CA 93551 - (661) 722-5170 
Located on the corner of N-3 & 43rd Street West.

Welcome to Operation All The Way Home! For more information about our missions and how to get involved, please explore our website and contact us with any questions you may have. To make a tax-deductible donation, please click  the "Click Here To Donate" button at the top of this page. Student and adult members of OATH are all volunteers, and 100% of all donations go directly to our missions supporting veterans. Thank you for visiting our website!

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Attention Shoppers! If you currently make purchases through Amazon please consider using the link provided below to shop through Amazon Smile. When you do, OATH will receive .5% of each purchase in support of our missions to support veterans. Shopping on Amazon Smile is exactly the same Amazon shopping experience, with the same convenient access to your current Amazon account, etc. Please give it a try and have a portion of your shopping dollars go to helping veterans with the challenges they face transitioning from military to civilian life. Thank you! 

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Current Housing Mission

On Oct. 15, 2015 the Antelope Valley was struck by a sudden and violent storm, referred to by the National Weather Service as a "1,000-year rain event." Dropping an estimated 3 inches of rain in a span of 30 minutes, the storm caused severe flooding and mudslides that left many homes catastrophically damaged. One such home is owned by disabled Vietnam combat veteran, Joseph Cruz. SFC Cruz's handicapped-accessible home was left in need of major repairs. Operation All The Way Home's mission is to make the Cruz house a home again. Repairs include new drywall, interior paint, new flooring throughout the home, and the construction of a block wall to provide extra protection from flooding in the future. For additional information about this project, please click on the "Missions" tab at the top of the page.