Wounded Warrior Rides Bike Across Country

NBC News 7 | San Diego | April 12, 2014 | Link to Source | Follow us: @nbcsandiego on Twitter | NBCSanDiego on Facebook San Diego, CA – If riding from Maine to California isn’t impressive enough, Rob Jones did it without the use of his lower legs. NBC 7’s Steven Luke has his story.

Being there for Boston

Boston, MA – The Semper Fi Fund and its America’s Fund Program had a heartwarming reunion dinner with our friends in Boston this past week. The reunion started with the Celtics’ owners hosting our Veterans to amazing court side seats for their Wednesday night game against the Toronto Raptors the night before the dinner. It…

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In Any Clime and Place – Even Antarctica!

We hope you’ve been reading about the incredible adventure of Lieutenant Colonel William Conner—the 40-year-old Hawaii-based Marine who raised money for the Semper Fi Fund on March 9 by running a marathon … in Antarctica. Bill’s fundraising goal was initially $17,750, to honor the USMC being founded in 1775. He raised his goal to $53,250…

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On Wisconsin: Little paddling experience but plenty of heart

March 16, 2014 9:00 am • BARRY ADAMS | Wisconsin State Journal | badams@madison.com | 608-252-6148 | Link to article HELENVILLE, WI — Nic Doucette is organized, in shape and determined. And by the time he heads back to classes at UW-Whitewater next fall, he should also be an expert with a paddle. His real…

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SI Now: Semper Fi Fund helps veterans heal through sports

MORE SPORTS | Posted: 2014/03/04 | Source: SI | Link to Video On Tuesday’s SI Now, BJ Ganem and Cedric King of the Semper Fi Fund discuss how Team Semper Fi backed their personal and athletic goals, playing Wounded Warrior Football with NFL stars, and how sports help people heal.

Wounded Marine getting a smart home

By JOHN DAVIDSON | Gadsden Times | February 26, 2014 | Link to Article JACKSONVILLE, Ala. — The next steps toward helping a wounded U.S. Marine become independent happened as organizers from various charities broke ground at the site of his future home. Retired Sgt. Ben Tomlinson of Jacksonville served in the Marines in the…

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