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Hi everyone,
Well, Summer is here, BUT is it really?  Here in NH, the rain hasn’t stopped, but I’m hoping it will very soon. Not beach weather, that’s for sure.
It’s Year End time here at OHT and we are very busy. I am extremely proud to tell you that, once again and for the 2nd year in a row, OHT has donated over $1 million to organizations that support the recovery of wounded service members and veterans. In total we have donated over $4.5 million since 2014 to 128 organizations in 41 states.  Pretty impressive, huh? 
Thanks to you, our licensees, retailers/e-tailers, companies and others, we have been able to accomplish this. AMAZING! The biggest accomplishment, however, has been the “pivot” in our areas of concentration.  Where once 85% of our donations went to those with physical wounds, we have now shifted that 85% to those with mental health challenges.  EXTREMELY IMPORTANT!!!!!
Lots of new opportunities in the works going forward.  Once they come to fruition, I’ll let you know more.
And last but not least, here’s our video of the CreatiVets Songwriting program at the Travis Mills Foundation Retreat. It captures the full essence of the program and shows you what OHT is all about. Watch it all and feel free to share away.
I’ll be back next month.  The weather HAS to be better by then.
Warm Regards,
Many thanks to Sarah Kaplan from Portland, Maine, the Freelance Videographer/Editor/Animator who created this incredible video for us.
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You can read the full press release on the latest round of donations OHT has made 
to help support our wounded and recovering service members and veterans 
through the link below! 
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Dot was the guest on the latest episode of 
The Elevated Female Podcast, a podcast 
that showcases female entrepreneurs. 
You can give a listen to Dot's interview 
using the links below! 
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Have you updated your OHT gear lately? Every purchase you make serves a purpose around here. YOU make it possible to fulfill our mission of supporting American service members as they recover from the visible and invisible wounds of war.  
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