San Antonio, Texas – Our lovely friends from Hill Country Pain Associates will be hosting a charity golf tournament to benefit the Semper Fi Fund. Their clinic is committed to relieving pain and restoring hope in others. Read the rest of this entry »
Nashville, TN – This super cool and super fun annual event, brings together Nashville's A-list songwriters and artists. They get to perform their hit songs for a chosen charity. This year, Semper Fi Fund has the pleasure of benefiting from this fabulous event.
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The Last Patrol - Helmand Province, Afghanistan, 2010 - In the aftermath of the Battle for Marjah a young US Marine joins his last patrol. His tour of duty finished. The only thing between him, safety and his family, 28 km's of dusty road and the Taliban. Read the rest of this entry »
His mobility has been hindered, but his direction has never been clearer.
It’s been more than nine years since a roadside bombing during his patrol in Iraq took a portion of Savannah native BJ Ganem’s lower left leg, leaving him now with a prosthetic leg below the knee.
But the attack couldn’t take away his spirit. Read the rest of this entry »
Camp Lejeune, NC to Camp Pendleton, CA - Matt Littrell a former Marine Infantryman, has created an incredible fundraiser to benefit the Semper Fi Fund that will take him from Camp Lejeune, NC to Camp Pendleton, CA on horseback.
His goal is to raise awareness about our mission while raising funds to assist our wounded and ill service members and their families. To learn more about Matt and his 2 mustangs, please visit his Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Thelongtrailhome and to donate, please visit his fundraising page http://fundraising.semperfifund.org/fundraise?fcid=249300
UPDATE: HE DID IT!!
Congratulations to Matt and his team for an amazing and successful journey!!
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Across America - As you gather with family and friends this weekend to watch the game, consider supporting our service members and their families by having a "Semper Fi Bowl" out at your party to help raise awareness and support for our mission. Simply print out the flyer to your right and tape it to the inside of a "donation bowl" and help us serve those who preserve our freedoms!
Enjoy the game!!
Camp Pendleton, CA - Our own B.J. Ganem and Cpl. Dan Lasko, USMC (Ret.) joined ESPN's "Outside the Lines" to discuss their involvement in the Wounded Warrior Amputee Football Team and their game against former NFL players and 9/11 first-responders!
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Tanzania, Africa (UPDATE) – We are happy to report that father and son team, Mark and Marine Sergeant Brad Dixon, have made the incredible hike to the peak of Mt. Kilimanjaro in support of the Semper Fi Fund! Their efforts are to raise $1 for each foot to the summit elevation - $19,341 - for our wounded and critically ill service members and the Semper Fi Fund. Read the rest of this entry »
Event Location: Online - www.teespring.com/ohdoctor - To honor the late, Jerry Coleman, an American hero and a San Diego baseball icon, Friarhood.com has designed a special t shirt with 100 % of the proceeds going to benefit the Semper Fi Fund. Please log on to www.teespring.com/ohdoctor to purchase these iconic t shirts. Read the rest of this entry »
By Beth Bourgeois | Jan. 24, 2014, 10:45 a.m. (ET) | Link to article
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Today U.S. Paralympics, a division of the United States Olympic Committee, announced that the 2014 Warrior Games presented by Deloitte will take place Sept. 28-Oct. 4 utilizing venues at the U.S. Olympic Training Center and the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo. Read the rest of this entry »
Temecula, CA – The Brotherhood of Marine Riders would like to invite everyone to join in their continued support of the Semper Fi Fund by attending their 10th Annual Poker Run on May 17, 2014. The event has expanded to include a Hot Rod Show and Biker Games, along with a change in venue to accommodate a larger crowd. Read the rest of this entry »