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Best Power-Up Providers: Operation Supply Drop

Like a virtual USO, since 2010 this Austin- and DC-based nonprofit has shipped video game care packages to America's armed forces. Starting with some Guitar Hero bundles shipped to Afghanistan, the valiant leaders have since raised over $1 million to keep U.S. soldiers on the front line entertained. And it's not just American forces under fire, but the allied troops serving alongside them, and uniformed personnel currently in hospitals as well.

Operation Supply Drop
1064 Bluff Woods, Driftwood, 512/879-8082, Giddings.s@operationsupplydrop.org
www.operationsupplydrop.org

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