Saber gives to Operation Homefront

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By The Staff

Saber Management LLC - Campbellsville Memorial Gardens and Operation Homefront -Kentucky/Tennessee have announced a new charitable partnership to benefit military families in Kentucky.

Saber Management - Campbellsville Memorial Gardens, a privately owned cemetery and funeral home provider serving Kentucky, Illinois and Missouri, launched the partnership with a $10,000 donation to Operation Homefront.

The nonprofit organization provides assistance to troops, military families and wounded warriors.

Company representatives presented Operation Homefront with the check at Saber's annual conference in Indianapolis recently. In addition to the initial contribution, Saber Management - Campbellsville Memorial Gardens will make a memorial donation to Operation Homefront for every qualified veteran served by a Saber location.

"We work with a large number of military veterans in the state of Kentucky, Illinois and Missouri," said David Sullivan, president of Saber Management. "Our company wanted to find a way to honor these men and women for their sacrifices and for serving our country."

Operation Homefront is one of the largest, national nonprofit organizations dedicated to assisting families of deployed service members and wounded warriors.

"This partnership will allow Operation Homefront to meet the critical needs of military families," said Megan George, president of the Kentucky/Tennessee Chapter. "Saber Management's support will literally allow us to keep the lights on and food on the table for our families in need."