Semper Fi Fund Thanks Intrepid Spirit Workers at Camp Lejeune

U.S. Dept of Defense | June 11, 2020 | Link to full article

Employees and patients with the Intrepid Spirit Concussion Recovery Center on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, enjoyed lunch courtesy of the Semper Fi and America's Fund.

CNA Brittany Lyons with Intrepid Spirit Concussion Recovery Center (ISCRC) enjoys lunch and cookies courtesy of the Semper Fi Fund.
The lunches were given as thanks to ISCRC workers for continued care of patients at the clinic during COVID-19.

The 100 lunches were given in thanks to ISCRC workers for their continued care of patients at the clinic during the COVID-19 pandemic. The center provides care for service members being treated for traumatic brain injuries.

Carey Hawkins, an East Coast case manager for the Semper Fi Fund, said she was happy to come out to the Intrepid Spirit Center and provide lunch to all the health care providers who have continued to provide care for service members. "On behalf of our donors and service members, we are so thankful for all their dedication during COVID-19," she added.

Semper Fi and America's Fund also provided mask-decorated cookies to the staff and patients. The organization, which is run by military spouses and former military spouses, provides recovery assistance to the combat wounded and injured service members and veterans who receive treatment at the clinic.

(Courtesy of Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune.)