Six Ways To Help Wounded Veterans

Each donation, large or small, represents an opportunity for our service members and their families to get back into the game of life.


Six ways your gift will help wounded veterans:

1. Provide Comfort and Help

A $25 donation brings comfort in the form of a cuddly bear to the of children wounded veterans.

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A long hospitalization or rehabilitation for injured veterans can create financial stress for families and may include the need for additional childcare. We remove the burden of financial worries so our service members and their families can focus on the recovery process.

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Provide comfort and help to more injured veterans and their families. Donate Now to provide comfort and help to more injured veterans and their families.  

2. Relieve Financial Burdens

$100 Donation provides gas cards to relieve financial strain for service members making frequent trips for medical appointments.

Hospital Corpsman Mario Borrego

Hospital Corpsman Mario Borrego was attached to the 2nd Battalion, 4th Marines (nicknamed “the Magnificent Bastards”) when he deployed to Ramadi, Iraq.  Mario was part of a Quick Reaction Force when a car bomb blew and suddenly he was the one who needed medical support. Mario says that Semper Fi Fund was there throughout his recovery: “They did so much…You know, the gas cards, they sound like a small thing, but they helped me get back and forth to my appointments. That helped a lot.”

Learn more about Mario’s incredible story HERE.   

Relieve financial burdens for more veterans like Mario. Donate Now to provide comfort and help to more injured veterans and their families. 

3. Provide A Positive Outlet

A $300 Donation can help an injured service member fight PTSD and depression through Music Therapy.  

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Music Therapy provides a positive outlet for injured service members and can accelerate physical, emotional and mental rehabilitation.

See how music therapy has helped Daniel E. fight PTSD and depression HERE.

Provide a positive outlet for more transitioning Veterans. Donate Now to provide comfort and help to more injured veterans and their families.

4. Empower Recovery Through Sport

$400 Donation empowers recovery through sport with gear and race fees through Team Semper Fi and Team America’s Fund.

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Stefan LeRoy lost both legs on June 7, 2012, while deployed to Afghanistan. He stepped on an improvised explosive device while carrying a stretcher that held one of his friends. As his recovery progressed, Stefan found community through our Team Semper Fi & Team America’s Fund Sports Program. Stefan recently ran the Army Ten-Miler on prosthetic legs!

Learn more about Stefan’s determination and perseverance HERE

Equip more injured veterans to pursue recovery through sport. Donate Now to provide comfort and help to more injured veterans and their families.  

5. Provide A Sense of Purpose

$500 Donation can help an injured veteran find a meaningful trade, career or small business opportunity through Apprenticeship.
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The Semper Fi Fund Apprenticeship Program staff works directly with motivated service members to assess readiness, personal strengths and professional interests. We equip participants with tools and help them develop training/education plans, timelines and goals.  Service Members are empowered through opportunities to apprentice and develop mentoring relationships with leading industry experts.

Learn more about this life-changing program HERE.

Provide a sense of purpose for more transitioning Veterans. Donate Now to provide comfort and help to more injured veterans and their families. 

6. Provide Rest, Recovery and Rejuvenation

A $950 Donation brings communities of caregivers together for rest, recovery, and rejuvenation.

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Pam Voltin’s husband, Ryan, was a Cobra pilot deployed with the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit when a 500-pound bomb was dropped on his helicopter. The Cobra was blown to pieces, the fuel cell under Ryan’s seat ignited and he was burned over 25 percent of his body, face, head, hands and arms. Ryan’s left hand was crushed and he lost his left leg below the knee.  Pam, seven months pregnant, hopped on a plane with their two daughters and spent the next three years and three months in San Antonio, TX, where Ryan would undergo more than 50 surgeries.

See how Caregiver Support has equipped Pam with the tools and confidence to care for her husband.

Help more of our hidden heroes to recharge and connect with others. Donate Now to provide comfort and help to more injured veterans and their families.

Will you rise to the challenge?

DONATE NOW Your gift will empower our crucial mission to serve our nation’s wounded, critically ill and injured service members and their families.

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