3 Ways To Share The Love

1. Share the love by telling the stories of our wounded, critically ill and injured service members and their families: Meet Sierra and Jae. They met in college and married several years later. Jae was just so witty, so outgoing, so funny. Sierra couldn’t resist being around him. Her heart sank when she learned of his…

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Semper Fi Bowl

Make a “Semper Fi Bowl” available for donations at your watch party!     As we gather around our TVs to watch the Patriots and the Falcons fight it out, you can help those who are “still in the fight” after being injured while serving our country. Thank you for supporting the Semper Fi Fund’s wounded,…

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A Big Idea for the Big Game

If you’re hosting (or attending) a party on February 5 to watch the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons battle for the NFL Championship, why not follow in the footsteps of Paul and Stephanie DeSimone? The DeSimones — a Gold Star family from southern California (Stephanie lost her first husband in the 9/11 attack…

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Making it Work

AmeriForce Media | by Bianca Strzalkowski | January 18, 2017 | Link to Article One military spouse fulfills a need for returning service members.. When wars began in Iraq and Afghanistan, no one forecasted what to expect from service members returning to American soil — or, what overwhelming price would be paid by those answering that…

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Win Art and Help Vets

Donate and be entered to WIN! To one lucky winner, goes this framed artwork by Fabio Napoleoni, titled “A Fond American Past Time”. Framed to the max by Stacks Custom Framing & Fine Art, with 100% of the ticket sales going to the Semper Fi Fund. Tickets are $20 each or get 7 tickets for…

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Marine Corps Marathon 2016

The Marine Corps Marathon is one of the largest marathons in the US and the world and is the largest marathon in the world that doesn’t offer prize money, earning its nickname, “The People’s Marathon.”   Our Semper Fi Fund Family will host a team of 800 runners, all raising funds and awareness for our…

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Always Remember

I had a friend say to me the other day, “Can you believe that kids starting high school this week are of an age that most of them weren’t even born yet when 9/11 happened?” The comment made me stop and think about the passage of time. It’s been 15 years since we all woke up to…

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Always Faithful

Story and photography by MATT BROCKMAN The Jinx McCain Horsemanship Program ignites a sense of purpose in wounded  warriors. JOHN MAYER REMEMBERS THE FIRST TIME HE LOST A FELLOW SOLDIER IN COMBAT. “He was 19 years old and pretty much bled to death in my arms,” recalls Mayer, a 33-year-old U.S. Marine Corps officer who…

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Over 3,000 miles, 11 days, 12 cyclists

The Disabled Sports 24/7 Road Bicycling Adventure rounded up 12 disabled, paralyzed, wounded, injured and able-bodied cyclists who tackled the challenge of a continuous ride from Camp Pendleton, CA to Camp Lejeune, NC; cycling 24/7 from sea to shining sea. They completed 3,113 miles in less than 11 days! Why you ask? – To heighten…

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