All Secure Foundation was born from the real life struggle Tom CSM (R) and Jen faced when he stepped away from a life of service after 25 years in the Army, 20 in the most elite Special Operations unit, Delta Force, and into a now unfamiliar civilian world. Coping with physical, mental, and emotional pain on a daily basis created challenges and stresses that almost buried them both. Their love and commitment to each other pushed them to find sustainable ways to heal themselves physically first, which gave them the strength to begin healing mentally and emotionally as well. From that success came the determination to help others who struggle learn to dust off their hard won skills and apply them to living the best life possible, giving hope and purpose to the one next to them, and the next. Each one, teach one.
To provide resources for treatment to retired Special Operation veterans, their spouses and family, with vetted nonprofits, facilities, and individuals.
In 2019, ASF will host several workshop retreats for transitioning/retired Special Operation Combat Warriors and their spouses on marriage and redefining purpose post-service.
To engage retired or ETS combat veterans in volunteer projects to renew their commitment to service and promote community involvement. #NeverStopServing
Gold Star Teen Adventures (GSTA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is dedicated to the children of our fallen special operations heroes.
GSTA enables healing, fosters enduring relationships, and develops character and leadership skills through adventure experiences to the surviving youth of Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps special operations personnel who have lost their lives in the line of duty. Click their logo for more information.
MARINE RAIDER CHALLENGE
The most important thing isn’t always what you do but why you chose to do it. We chose to create the Marine Raider Challenge to facilitate competition, camaraderie, and give back to the communities that we were so fortunate to have been a part of.
The Marine Raider Challenge is a 501c3 non-profit organization. Each year money we raise will go to a SOF charity of our choice. This year, we are honored to name the Marine Raider Foundation as the recipient of funds raised by our organization.
Each competitor will be able to raise money for a SOF charity of their choosing. 100% of the money raised by competitors will go to the charity they have selected.
Also – please feel free to contact us with any questions at info@MarineRaiderChallenge.org
To Support the United States Special Operations Community through direct support to families of fallen operators, healing programs designed to combat the effects of PTS, TBI and loss of a loved one, and youth scholarships for children of active duty members of our community.
OUR CORE VALUES
- Altruism: Conduct business without personal gain. Motivated only by our mission and vision.
- Transparency: All activities, events, and programs conducted in full public display; every aspect of each operation will be made available to the public.
- Family Participation: Committed to including the families of our honored fallen; we will honor their loved one in the manner they deem most fitting.
- Inclusion: Inclusion of family members, Special Operators, volunteers, vendors, supporters, and the general public is paramount to our success.
- Humility: Remaining humble and true to each other, our roots, and our families. Self reflection is a requirement. Understanding and receiving constructive criticism will allow us to serve the community better each year.
The Duskin and Stephens Beef and Brew has become a staple in the Sandhills Community, an event that anyone familiar absolutely looks forward to every year.
TASK FORCE DAGGER
Task Force Dagger Foundation provides assistance to wounded, ill, or injured US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) members and their families. We respond to urgent needs, conduct Rehabilitative Therapy Events, and provide next-generation health solutions for issues facing our service members.
We are a rally point to combat Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS), and environmental exposures. Our cohesive programs enable families to seize the moment and live life. Click their logo for more information.
Mission Volant provides inspiration, training, and equipment for combat-wounded Veterans and underserved communities to learn an adventurous skill-set to use for life. For many individuals this solves the matter of relevancy, driving them to explore more and create diverse, enriched lives.
Over the last year, Mission Volant has supported and enabled dozens of individuals to push personal and physical boundaries and explore avenues of life that they initially thought to be impossible.
The Raider Project: Now in it's fourth year is a key GallantFew Program that remains focused on the US Marine Corps Combat Veteran. Raider Project provided over 300 services this past year to Marine veterans ranging from suicide prevention, drug addiction treatment, PTS therapy, as well as unconventional treatments for TBIs, employment assistance and financial aid.
- Maintenance and care of the 1/75 Memorial site to the highest standard
- Helping the men and families of 1/75 in times of crisis
- Hosting and sponsoring events that serve to increase the morale and cohesiveness of both the men and families of 1/75
GLOBAL SURGICAL AND MEDICAL SUPPORT GROUP
The Global Surgical and Medical Support Group (GSMSG) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing medical relief to communities in conflict zones around the world, while also developing sustainable long-term medical solutions for their healthcare needs. By educating and training indigenous medical personnel in the latest standards of care, GSMSG hopes to build the foundation for a lasting self-sufficient healthcare system.
GSMSG provides all of these services and more regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, or creed and is free of cost to those receiving our support.
OUR IMPACT+100 surgeons and surgical professionals trained, +150 medical doctors and diagnostic specialists trained, +750 combat medics trained, +$8,900,000 worth of surgical services provided, +$2,122,500 worth of medical education provided, +$1,000,000 worth of medical and surgical supplies donated.
TEAM SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED
We use and display the relentless spirit of the American adaptive athlete to promote and instill, in ALL Americans, a fundamental belief that athletics, camaraderie and competition organically grow a sense of confidence, independence and purpose.
Team Some Assembly Required (SAR) is a 501c3 Non-Profit Organization founded by veterans and comprised of veteran and civilian adaptive athletes and their supporters whom are dedicated to the growth and expansion of competitive adaptive sports across multiple disciplines. Founded by Dale King and Derick Carver, former US Army officers, veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.
TEAM 5 MEDICAL FOUNDATION
Eric S. Linder, RMP, FAWM (Aka: Hammer) is founder and chairman of Team 5.
Based on his vast military and international experience, Eric had a vision in 2010 to build a foundation that had no political or religious affiliation. A foundation that would do the right thing without any strings attached. To that end, he created Team 5. It is now considered the most extreme medical foundation in existence. Today, Team 5 takes great pride in bringing critically-needed medical relief to remote locations and indigenous populations around the world. The foundation’s motto, “In order to be involved, you must first show up” embodies the Team’s commitment to brave extraordinary situations to provide medical care to vulnerable populations around the world. In a testament to the value of Team-5’s outstanding work, the World Health Organization has officially certified Team 5 Foundation to support international healthcare efforts led by the organization.
The photo above sums these guys up, click it to learn more or get involved.
MARINE RAIDER FOUNDATION
The Marine Raider Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides benevolent support to active duty and medically retired MARSOC Raiders and their families, as well as to the families of Raiders who have lost their lives in service to our Nation. Since standing up in May of 2012, the Marine Raider Foundation has provided over $2.1 million in support to MARSOC Marines, Sailors and their families. The Foundation aims to meet needs unmet by the government with an emphasis on building personal and family resiliency and supporting the full reintegration of MARSOC personnel following wounds, injuries and extended deployments.
The Marine Raider Foundation’s four main programs are: · Raider Support, including transition assistance, funding for award ceremonies and receptions, and funding for events that focus on personal and professional resiliency; · Family Resiliency Support, including assisting Raider families experiencing health and welfare challenges and with events that enhance personal and family resiliency; · Tragedy Assistance & Survivor Support, including assistance for wounded, ill and injured Raiders, Gold Star Families and funeral services and commemorations for MARSOC personnel; · Raider Legacy & Preservation Support, including construction and upkeep of memorial structures and commemorative items, as well as funding for events that commemorate WWII and MARSOC Raiders.
Assisting MARSOC personnel who are injured or wounded in combat, contingency operations, or training with special needs by funding advanced rehabilitation, operational health and performance programs and equipment, and advanced vocational training
Assisting the families of MARSOC personnel dealing with health and welfare challenges
Honoring those who have fallen by supporting funeral services and commemorations for MARSOC personnel, travel costs to funeral services and commemorations not covered by the Department of Defense, and construction and upkeep of memorials
Supporting programs and activities that enhance resiliency for the service member and family, including support during the transition process and with reintegration following combat and contingency operations
THE TASK DEVELOPMENT GROUP (TASKDEV)
The TASKDEV is a Nonprofit Organization, established in June 2018, with the Washington Secretary of State. It consists of 4 separate programs that are referred to as “teams” for ease of understanding. Each team has a unique mission and is based on 4 common interests of the military, and veteran service member.
Jump / Climb / Gun / Dive
Within the teams we have sponsored Team Members that train consistently in their specific areas of interest to host awesome free events for the Veteran and Civilian supporter community.
We provide an outlet for those that are currently serving, that have already transitioned, or civilian supporters to link up for events put on by our teams. The events are a great way for those that are missing the aspect of camaraderie or a sense of purpose from their lives once they transitioned out of service.
In July 2016, 4 teammates from AFSOC met at Skydive Kapowsin, in Shelton WA to jump together. They made the first jump while wearing Ares Clothing T-Shirts and was utilized as a marketing opportunity for the company. With the positive response from the supporters of Ares the idea was conceptualized to create an Ares Jump Team logo and use the proceeds from the sale of shirts featuring the design to fund and sponsor the founding members. Following the successful launch of their first shirt he team decided to get more involved by creating an actual team with a structure, training requirements, and began recruiting other members.
With the positive response from the public, the decision was made to add on other teams from within the SOCOM Community.
Team 1 was in the Pacific North West headquartered in Olympia, WA at Ares HQ. Team 2 was created when a founding member moved to Clovis, NM due to military service. Team 3 was located in Fayetteville, NC and consisted solely of Special Forces Operators.
SPECIAL OPERATIONS WARRIOR FOUNDATION
Special Operations Warrior Foundation supports America’s Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps Special Operations personnel through two programs:
(1) Ensuring full financial assistance for post-secondary education from an accredited two or four-year college, university, technical or trade school, as well as educational counseling, preschool grants, and tutoring to the surviving children of Special Operations personnel who lose their lives in the line-of-duty and;
(2) Providing immediate financial grants to severely combat-wounded and hospitalized Special Operations personnel and their families.