RwandAir becomes first African carrier to own and operate 737 with Boeing Sky Interior -- Boeing, RwandAir and Operation USA partner to deliver 1,500 school books SEATTLE, Aug.
What does OpUSA stand for?
OpUSA stands for Operation USA
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The airline also reported that United Mileage Plus members who contribute at least USD50 to the American Red Cross, Airline Ambassadors, Clinton Bush Haiti Relief Fund or Operation USA will receive a 500-mile bonus.
Those profits rise sharply after major disasters, when humanitarian relief organizations such as Oxfam and Operation USA take in more than 85 percent of their donations via credit card, it said.
Proceeds from the performance will go to UK-based children's charity Absolute Return for Kids (Ark), international relief agency Operation USA and drama school Lamda CAPTION(S): Julie Andrews arrives for the performance in London
Von Dutch Originals and Operation USA hope that the sale of these t-shirts will raise significant funds for immediate recovery aid for the victims of last week's disaster.
She works on behalf of several charities including Operation USA, UNICEF and Save the Children and is a goodwill ambassador for UNIFEM.
html for sending thankyou cards and Operation USA Care Package at http://www.
Walden, President/CEO and Founder of Operation USA (also known as Operation California); John Maris, Senior Vice President of Programs for Relief International; Margaret Aguirre, Director of Global Communications for International Medical Corps; and Nazar Emmanuel Yeghia, International Rescue Committee.