Sometimes, the wounds of war can’t be seen.
Our country’s service members are the brave siblings, spouses, friends, parents, etc. who valiantly fought for our freedom, and returned home suffering from the invisible wounds of war. The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund’s goal is to provide those service members with the care they need to overcome traumatic brain injury and psychological health conditions. Supporting these heroes helps repay the debt all Americans owe them for the sacrifices they have made in service to our nation.
On December 1, we are having our first-ever Giving Day to help raise money in order to build treatment centers for our service members. RSVP to our Facebook event below to receive updates on our Giving Day, and be sure to invite friends and family to participate!
Special thanks to Richard and Suzanne Schultze, Howard and Patricia Katz, James DiBiase, Dr. Thomas Nash, and Edward and Nancy McCarty, who have all graciously signed up to be matching donors during our Giving Day! Through their combined efforts, IFHF will have $35,000 in matching donations to help service members in need.
Posted on November 25 2015 in News