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Home Depot Foundation grants $100K to help military families with home repairs
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Military families nationwide are being gifted thousands of dollars this holiday season to help with necessary home repairs.
As part of the Home Depot Foundation's annual Operation Surprise campaign, 10 families at 10 military bases across the nation will get $10,000 to help with critical home repairs and upgrades.
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The annual campaign, which kicked off on Veterans Day and lasts through the end of the year, aims to "provide life-changing moments of surprise and support for veterans and communities in need" through acts of service, according to The Home Depot Foundation.
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Throughout the holiday season, Home Depot’s associate volunteer force – otherwise known as "Team Depot" – issues grants to local nonprofits in their community such as Habitat for Humanity that will help veterans with services such as critical home repairs.