Surfside Beach, SC - Located in Surfside Beach, SC, Surfside PX is a non-profit thrift store operating on donations with the express purpose of supporting wounded military veterans. All merchandise is donated and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Semper Fi Fund and other military charities. Please visit their website to learn about how you can help today www.surfsidepx.org. Read the rest of this entry »
Short Rations for Marines - is an exquisite, easy to read, collection of 57 true stories authored by 34 very different writers that takes readers through a domain, not only of tragic historical significance, but also through humorous, often ridiculous incidents that flawlessly become antidotes for the conventional. These stories characterize everyday life, in war and peace, of these extraordinary people who, collectively, make up the Corps of Marines. Read the rest of this entry »
Thermoworks is at it again this year! They have created and specially designed the Super-Fast Thermapen, a professional tool (originally designed for commercial kitchens, labs and manufacturing plants) that has become the top consumer cooking thermometer for home use. Its popularity among celebrity chefs, cooking magazines, top foodies, bloggers and competition BBQ teams have made the Thermapen into an essential tool in the best-equipped home kitchens and backyard BBQ rigs. $9 from each Thermapen sold will be donated to the Semper Fi Fund to benefit our wounded and critically injured service members. Read the rest of this entry »
We wouldn’t be at all surprised to find this photo of Staff Sergeant Jesse Cottle and his wife Kelly on many “best of 2013” lists. It’s a remarkable illustration of service and love—and the Semper Fi Fund is honored to have played a small part in it.
Jesse joined the Marine Corps in 2003 and served three deployments as a radio operator in Iraq. He transferred to an EOD (explosive ordnance disposal) team, spent two years in Japan, and was deployed to Afghanistan in February 2009. Read the rest of this entry »
San Clemente, CA - "Creations-by-Suzi Jewelry Show" is an in-home event to raise money for Semper Fi Fund and bring awareness to the needs of our military families.
100% of funds raised will be donated to Semper Fi Fund. Read the rest of this entry »
"Thank you and the Semper Fi Fund for the Emwave and the Alpha Stim devices. The generosity and follow through to get me the gear is much appreciated. It is very rare to find both of these qualities, of giving and tenacity, today and proves that the Semper Fi Fund is a great organization. These two devices help me daily deal with symptoms of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury and chronic Post Traumatic Stress. Know that these expensive devices are utilized often and make a huge difference for me. My family also thanks you. My mood is definitely improved with the use of these items.”
From July 2007 through June 2008, Corporal Anthony Sanza was deployed as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He was a sniper attached to the 1st Marine Division. He brought home stories that would impress and amaze Ashley, the woman he married on September 4, 2010. He also brought home a very rare form of cancer.
When he first returned stateside, Anthony was being treated for post-traumatic stress, Read the rest of this entry »
Wow. No, really—that’s it in a nutshell: Wow.
Because The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation has doubled down on their commitment to the Semper Fi Fund: The $1 million matching campaign announced last month has just become a $2 million matching campaign. (Read the official press release.) Read the rest of this entry »
The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation Steps Up with More $ to Match
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (Dec. 9, 2013) –The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation is raising the stakes in order to help even more injured or critically ill military service personnel by doubling the matching fund limit from $1 million, up to $2 million to the Semper Fi Fund. This means donations through December 31 will be matched dollar-for-dollar up to another million. The initial charity drive in partnership with GoDaddy, has already reached its goal for $1 million in matching funds almost one month ahead of schedule. Read the rest of this entry »
San Clemente, CA - Suzi Burke is a 73-year-old mother of two, grandmother of six and great-grandmother of three. Speaking with her, one is immediately struck by a boundless energy and enthusiasm that most people one-half (or even one-third) her age can’t ever hope to match.
This spirit has enabled her and a veritable platoon of Marine wives to raise $96,000 for the Semper Fi Fund over the past five years by creating Read the rest of this entry »
“Semper Fi Fund paid to get my service dog Phoebe. In the short time we have had Phoebe, it already feels like we've had her from the very beginning. She has been a perfect addition to our family. Semper Fi Fund has never hesitated to help our family when we have needed the help and we'll be forever grateful.”
Bears For Humanity™ offers high quality, handcrafted teddy bears that you can personalize with an array of accessories, such as hats, hearts, tee shirts and more. Visit their website www.bearsforhumanity.org and select the Semper Fi Fund and they will donate 30% of the proceeds for your purchase to benefit our wounded and critically ill service members and their families. Join the Bear Movement today and support the Semper Fi Fund. Read the rest of this entry »
Josh Sams was born in 1984 in Wilmington, Ohio. The oldest of three children, Josh has two brothers, Cory and Logan. He attended Wilmington High School, where he ran track and played football, baseball and lacrosse.
After graduating in 2004, Josh attended Thomas More College in Crestview Hills, Kentucky. He continued his athletic career, playing outside linebacker Read the rest of this entry »
Camp Lejeune, NC – The Semper Fi Fund will once again be hosting a "Burn Your Own Steak" night and fundraiser at the Marston Pavilion on MCB Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Come join us on May 3, 2014. There will be good food, a silent and special guests and speakers. Read the rest of this entry »