In the words of founder Zachary Fisher, the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund believes that members of the United States Armed Forces are “our nation’s greatest national resource,” We serve military personnel who have been wounded our injured in service to our country, as well as their families. In light of that, IFHF offers U.S. military personnel all the help it can provide when they return home. It is our goal at Intrepid to do the best that we can. To accomplish this goal, we need the help of our incredible partners and donors. Below are a few ways that you can work with IFHF to best serve the brave men and women who fight for our country.
Host a fundraiser.
During the summer months, countless high school car washes or garage sales pop up as you drive down the street. Fundraising events like these are some of the best ways to get involved with the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund. From small neighborhood events to golf tournaments, hosting a fundraiser helps us to provide the men and women of the armed forces with the help they need. Whatever your event, be sure to have fun while sponsoring a great cause.
Make a donation.
Making a donation is the most traditional way to support our cause at the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, and there are several ways to do that. One way is by downloading the Veterans Call app, select the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund and choose how much and how often to give with the touch of a button. Or, you can shop at smile.amazon.com and select the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund as your charity. With every purchase you make, a portion will go to our cause. Of course, the simplest way to give is to write a check or donate online. Without generous donations, we would not be able to help injured soldiers recover from the wounds of war.
If you or someone you love has been impacted by the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, or you want to be involved, please take advantage of the ways you can help! For more information, visit our website and take a look around at some of our stories of healing, helping and hope for the soldiers we treat.