Halloween Candy Buy Back for Operation Gratitude • Silverdale, WA

Halloween Candy Buy Back for Operation Gratitude

Halloween Candy Buy Back for Operation Gratitude

Operation Gratitude Halloween Candy Buy Back!

We have started a new tradition here at Silverdale Dental Center for Kids, candy buy back to support our troops! Operation Gratitude is an organization that sends over 200,000 care packages annually to our troops, wounded warriors, first responders and new recruits serving and sacrificing for our country around the world. Care packages usually consist of food, entertainment items, hygiene products, handmade gifts and personal letters of appreciation written by volunteers from all over the United States! Last year Silverdale Dental Center collected 78 pounds of candy that we donated to Operation Gratitude and our goal is to beat that number this year! We will buy your child’s Halloween candy for $1 per pound up to 5 pounds. All Children are welcome, even those who are not patients at Silverdale Dental Center for Kids. Buy back will happen this year on Wednesday November 1st and Thursday November 2nd! Stop by, save your children’s teeth from all that sugar and contribute to our donation for Operation Gratitude. For more info about Operation Gratitude and other ways your can help visit their website at https://www.operationgratitude.com/

Thank you for all your support!!

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