Milpitas Veterans Commission donates $1,500 for homeless services

By Milpitas Post Staff | POSTED:   12/28/2015 11:36:59 AM PST | Link to Article Milpitas Veterans Commission vice chairman Dana Arbaugh delivered a $1,500 donation check to Family Supportive Housing executive director Beth Leary on Dec. 18 to help homeless veterans and their family members. Family Supportive Housing, 692 N. King Road in San Jose,…

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Holiday Red Nose Run supports Semper Fi Fund

The San Diego Union-Tribune | By Linda McIntosh | 11:18 a.m. Dec. 21, 2015 | Link to Article DEL MAR — Despite storm clouds, 100 community members dressed in holiday-themed costumes joined the 24th Annual Red Nose Run at the beach in Del Mar Dec. 11. The 3k and 5k run/walk raised $18,000 for the Semper…

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Drew Brooks: Challenge to aid Semper Fi Fund

FayObserver | By Drew Brooks | Posted on December 13, 2015 | Link to Article When Sgt. Cory Muzzy and his family needed help, the Semper Fi Fund and America’s Fund were there. Same goes for veterans John Masson and Tom McRae. In each case, the nonprofit organization provided resources and monetary support for the…

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Columbia Co. vet breaks ground on new smart home

Posted on December 12, 2015 Semper Fi Fund | America’s Fund is honored to partner with Tunnel to Towers Foundation in helping Stephen Valyou and others find independence with a new “SMART Home.” Article By Lindsay Nielsen | News10 ABC |Posted on December 8, 2015, 10:10 pm |  MILERTON, N.Y. (NEWS10) – A special ceremony was held in Columbia County…

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State names annual ‘scrooges’ and ‘angels’ charities

By  Maya T. Prabhu |Post and Courier | Published at 12:01 am EST on Nov 30, 2015 | Link to Article The South Carolina secretary of state is warning residents who are feeling the spirit of giving this season to be careful when selecting which charities to support. Mark Hammond released his annual list of charities he’s identified…

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Send a Holiday Donation Card

Please note: The deadline for ordering 2015 cards has now passed. Serving those who serve us all is a great way to embrace the holiday spirit For many people, holiday traditions include not just food and family, but also helping others. We believe that helping those who have sacrificed so much on behalf of us all…

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As Thanksgiving approaches…

As Thanksgiving approaches, it’s impossible to think about the holiday this year without thinking about world events—from Paris to Brussels to Baghdad and beyond, the landscape of world events is as serious as it’s been in a long time. Which is reason enough to be thankful for all the service members, those who have served and those…

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Grove grad cycles 240 miles to honor Marine Corps

By Kaylea M. Hutson-Miller / Grove Sun | Nov. 13, 2015 at 11:59 AM | Link to Article It’s not every day the U.S. Marine Corps turns 240. On Tuesday, Nov. 10, to mark the corps 240th birthday, William “Bill” Tinney decided to do something special. Tinney, a 1997 graduate of Grove High School, decided…

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Team Semper Fi celebrates Veterans Day at Olympic Training Center

By Annemarie Blanco | U.S. Paralympics | 11/11/2015 2:38:39 PM | Link to Article Being a veteran is much more than just the time spent serving our country. There’s a sense of camaraderie and a shared experience that many will never understand. This Veteran’s Day, 21 of America’s finest heroes gathered together for a special…

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