VETOBER® Campaign Kicks off in Veteran Haven of San Diego at TwitchCon

As much of community knows, Operation Supply Drop has a broad array of services for our active-military, their families and veterans spanning morale boosting video game care packages to professional development to community service. Our generational relevance, with roots backing into gaming, provides a spotlight at many gaming, comics and geek-centered events for Today’s Veterans and we use these venues for outreach in order to evangelize our substantial support programs to the populations we serve.

This year, TwitchCon aligns with the kickoff of our annual VETOBER®: One Day is Not Enough Campaign. VETOBER® does emphasize fundraising as that’s what is needed to continue to grow and serve our veterans, additionally we also use the month to celebrate why we support our brothers and sisters who served for or with us.

Sam Stephenson, Manager of the Operation Supply Drop Twitch Channel & 8-Bit Salute, stepped up to the camera first to share his feelings on the service men and women in his life.

Sam, along with dozens of additional Operation Supply Drop community members (both veterans and supporters), will be at TwitchCon representing our cause alongside other organizations in the TwitchCon charity plaza competing in the Charity Decathlon Friday – Sunday.

During the weekend, if you’re in San Diego, stop by the conference and visit with our team to learn more about how you can #MakeItCount for veterans in your community.