"If not me, then who ..."

Empowering Veterans to lead the way

Our veterans and families of the fallen are uniquely positioned to lead, both due to their commitment to our country and their passion for service. In the midst of a global pandemic and a subsequent mental health crisis, TMF recognized that in order to put the strengths of veterans to work, we had to first ensure their mental health and wellness were intact. Our veterans and survivors were then able to move forward with addressing the needs of their communities, starting with youth who found themselves learning outside of traditional classroom walls and continuing to the larger community.

This year challenged us like no other, but it also allowed us to see what we are capable of…

This year challenged us like no other, but it also allowed us to see what we are capable of, both as an organization and as a community. Answering the needs of our veterans and families of the fallen, adapting to the obstacles thrown at us, meeting and exceeding the goals we had for ourselves when it came to connecting with youth and addressing the needs of communities nationwide, it truly demonstrated the incredible resilience of TMF.

By The

In the face of unprecedented challenges, TMF worked to engage our Veteran and Survivor Mentors and empower Spartans nationwide to make a difference in communities throughout the country. We pivoted many of our traditional initiatives to a virtual or hybrid format, which has increased our impact on students, veterans, and families of the fallen.

2020-2021 Fiscal Year Impact
Operation Legacy
Service Hours
Value Re-invested
by volunteers
touch points
Mental health
Virtual +
in-person socials

hours invested by
veteran leaders
Veterans, Families of Fallen Heroes and Inspired
Civilians Engaged with TMF since our inception.
Veterans & Survivors Supported Through TMF Programs
Heroes Run Participants in Communities Worldwide
Youth Impacted by the Character Does Matter Program
Volunteers for Operation Legacy Service Projects
Volunteer Service Projects
Programs + Initiatives

Empowering Veterans & Families of the Fallen to Develop Character in Future Generations

Training &
the Fallen
Training and Supporting Veterans +
Families of the Fallen

TMF increased the number of veterans and families of the fallen we serve by bringing valuable mental health and wellness resources online through development of the Spartan Development Center. Sponsored by our official healthcare partner, Johnson & Johnson, the virtual hub makes offerings like our Leading With Your Strengths e-course accessible 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We also deepened the impact among our most engaged veterans and survivors through a series of regional summits as well as our newly-created 7-month Spartan Leadership Program. Sponsored by Boeing, the program uses a blend of virtual and in-person experiences to invest in those who we believe are uniquely positioned to motivate communities toward meaningful change.

Providing Opportunities for Veterans +
Survivors to Serve

This year, when the pandemic took students out of schools where our Character Does Matter youth mentoring program took place, we knew we had to try a new method to connect and develop our youth. Powered by Under Armour, our CDM program moved online almost immediately after the pandemic hit, engaging students through a series of Facebook Live videos and Zoom calls led by Veteran and Survivor Mentors. Virtual engagements helped dramatically expand our reach, engaging 56,595 students in this year alone - tens of thousands more than we anticipated. Now that youth are making their way back into classrooms and community organizations, we’ve adopted a hybrid model to deliver our landmark program.

Activating Local Communities

The isolation and mental health challenges of 2020-21 may have made our service to communities look different this year, but that didn’t reduce our impact. TMF called on our Spartan members to serve in place through small efforts like checking in on neighbors, distributing protective gear, cleaning up their neighborhoods, and delivering groceries to the elderly, as well as coordinated Operation Legacy service projects like monthly food drives in Chicago and Houston that safely helped veterans impacted by food insecurities. We saw nearly 3,000 Spartans, youth and their families clean up neighborhoods from Philadelphia to Seattle, stock local food pantries, and answer the call to serve in a number of different ways.

Uniting Communities to Honor the Fallen

Instead of uniting communities physically this year, TMF brought people together in spirit by pivoting our major events like Manion WOD and our annual 9/11 Heroes Run to virtual experiences. We activated people nationwide to involve their families and neighborhood groups in our Manion WOD, created in honor of 1stLt Travis Manion, USMC. Instead of large-scale 9/11 Heroes Run events, TMF hosted a series of shadow runs in key communities and encouraged our Spartans to run together safely on their own. As a result, 15,000 people participated in remembering the names of our fallen, sharing their stories, and taking action in their honor. Moving forward, we’ve committed to maintaining virtual formats that have proven successful in uniting our communities and coupling them with in-person events that connect people in meaningful ways.

What I finally realized being part of TMF, is that I missed service...

What I finally realized being part of TMF, is that I missed service. In the military, I had a purpose and a goal of serving my country. When I got out, I was missing that and I focused just on my own personal wealth, or well-being. Being able to do community service is something that I know will last for a long time. It's given me that sense of purpose and fulfillment that I was longing for.

— Veteran

TMF initiatives - from our Character Does Matter program to our 9/11 Heroes Run race series - take place in communities nationwide. The map below highlights locations of our regional offices, communities where local TMF chapters are active, and areas where we're looking to build engagement.

TMF Regional Headquarters
Office locations for TMF staff within active TMF communities
TMF Chapters
Locations that execute a full breadth of TMF programs, initiatives and events
Growing TMF Communities
Areas where TMF has at least one program or event

Additional Cities Where TMF has Programming


Phoenix, Glendale, Mesa, Tempe


San Diego, Coronado, Imperial Beach


Lithia, Sarasota, Tampa, Boca Raton, West Palm Beach


Atlanta, Decatur, Fulton County, Marietta, Sharpsburg


Chicago, Naperville, Wheaton


Great Falls, Bozeman

New York

New York City, Bronx, Brooklyn, Huntington, Wall

North Carolina

Chapel Hill, Durham, Raleigh


Doylestown (National Headquarters), Philadelphia, Delaware Valley, New Jersey


Austin, Georgetown, Dallas, Ft. Worth, Arlington


Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Virginia Beach

Greater Washington, DC

Prince George's County, Fairfax County

Science +

Since 2018, TMF has worked with the Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) at Syracuse University to assess the impact of our programs on the health, wellness, and thriving of our members and participants. Our 2019 IVMF report found the more our members engage with us, the more they experience positive growth. This year, we wanted to dig even deeper to ensure we were positively impacting the overall well-being and mental health of our Spartans. In addition to a member survey that utilized a 10-question Brief Inventory of Thriving (BIT) scale, we worked with IVMF to conduct a series of interviews, and progress reports on short- and long-term effects of TMF programs on our members.

Key Findings
As a result of participation, TMF members felt more connected to one another and their community, leading to improvements in their mental and physical health, and ultimately greater well-being and thriving.
of veterans and families of the fallen say they feel more connected to themselves and their communities due to their involvement with TMF
of TMF members say they are more inspired to serve their communities due to their involvement with TMF.
of youth report they are more motivated to help others after participation in Character Does Matter


Veteran Wellness Case Study - 2021

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Mental Health + Wellness Outcomes for Veterans - 2020

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Research supports the impact we’re making

Like our work with IVMF, we know that our mission of empowering veterans and families of the fallen is most effectively carried out by taking a science-based approach. The foundation of all TMF initiatives is rooted in Positive Psychology, a field dedicated to studying factors that contribute to individual and community well-being. Based on this research we know that our Spartans are able to improve their well-being through three areas: finding meaning and purpose in their lives, developing meaningful relationships, and fully engaging in activities that leverage personal strengths.

impact on veterans +
families of the fallen

USMC Veteran Shares Story of Renewed Purpose

About 84% of veterans and survivors report a sense of community with TMF involvement, as well as a significant increase in their sense of thriving as their involvement increases. Like Marine Veteran Ben Alexander of Mesa, Ariz., veterans nationwide credit our programs and our community with helping them develop meaningful relationships, engage in activities that matter like youth development, and use their stories to develop and impact others. A 2021 report by IVMF found that as a result of the connection our veterans feel once they participate in TMF programs, their mental and physical health improves, and ultimately they experience greater well-being.

Gold Star Sister Speaks on Grief and Healing

Like our veterans, 96% of our families of the fallen report that once they become involved with TMF their ability to handle challenges and difficulties improves. Fostering greater resilience and increased thriving comes from helping our survivor community train to become mentors to youth, and providing opportunities to help them lead and participate in service projects that unite communities in honor of their loved ones. Monica Velez, who lost both of her brothers in service in Iraq, credits TMF for helping her “feel whole again.” “This person that I had lost, that I didn't connect with anymore, I found her when I stood up and gave my first CDM presentation,” Monica said. “As I looked up and stared at all those faces, I found being a sister again.”

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I didn't know the impact that my story would have on others, just by talking about perseverance ...

I didn't know the impact that my story would have on others, just by talking about perseverance and everything, because I hadn’t tapped into that yet. But [The TMF community] kept telling me, 'more people need to hear about your story. Share your story and talk to your students about how you were able to overcome"….That it gave me a different viewpoint. My life didn’t end in the military, it's just a new beginning to something else.

— Veteran Mentor
... when TMF came to my life, it was more about really entering into life again and being challenged ...

After he died, it was all about survival and grieving. Then, when TMF came to my life, it was more about really entering into life again and being challenged. And being physically challenged and mentally challenged has really, really helped me grow immensely.

— Veteran Mentor
Impact on youth

Although the ways in which Veteran Mentors reach youth has continued to expand and grow, our goals for the Character Does Matter program have remained the same. Through mentoring, presentations and outreach opportunities led by Veteran and Survivor Mentors, TMF strives to develop character in future generations by positively impacting their behaviors and attitudes in areas like self-reflection, confidence, goal-setting, leadership and service. Our mentors also create long-term change in individuals, inspiring them to become agents of change who go on to positively influence their school cultures and local communities, far beyond their contact with TMF. A report by IVMF found that during the 2020 school year, 84% of students reported participation in at least one leadership activity since beginning CDM. After completing the program, 86.9% of students stated they were far more likely to interfere when they saw someone being bullied, threatened or harassed, and over half went on to engage in service to their communities after completing the program.

... I was able to de-stress and find motivation after listening to the inspiring stories of the Mentors.

In the program, I had the ability to interact with others more than usual and gain enough courage to engage in activities or other teamwork-involving projects. I was able to de-stress and find motivation after listening to the inspiring stories of the Mentors.

— high school student
... I had to tap into the idea of teamwork ... learning how to work more cohesively

A lot of what I learned from Travis Manion [Foundation] was how to be an effective communicator and manager of projects. So I would communicate with other project leaders [on a service project] but also, learn how to manage the project as a whole. I learned that, as I progressed, it was hard. I had to tap into the idea of teamwork ... learning how to work more cohesively, understanding everybody else, and making sure things are coordinated and streamlined.

— high school student
Key Findings
1 _ Veteran Mentors positively impact students’ behaviors and attitudes.
2 _ After completing the Character Does Matter program, young adults become agents of change.
of students participated in at least one leadership activity since beginning CDM.
of students reported they are more motivated to help others because of their participation in CDM.
of students report they are more likely to interfere when someone is being bullied, threatened or harassed.

Youth Reports


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When the global pandemic hit, we knew a lot of TMF initiatives would look different. Many in-person events were paused and many of our youth were home rather than in classrooms where Veteran Mentors had previously met them. Before going back to the drawing board, however, we knew the mental health and well-being of our veterans and families of the fallen had to be top priority. Once their needs were met and solutions were found, our community could lean on the grit and resilience of our members.

mental health
isolation +
youth education +
Addressing Mental Health

The COVID-19 pandemic and the isolation that came with it brought a mental health crisis that plagued many with depression, anxiety, and thoughts of suicide. TMF mobilized our chapters and team members to conduct a system of mental health buddy checks, personally calling 3,500 Spartans nationwide to ensure they were not alone. The launch of our new Spartan Development Center sponsored by J&J, the official healthcare partner of TMF, also brought mental health and wellness resources online so our members could access what they needed 24 hours a day, 365 days a year - for free.

Isolation and Disconnectedness

With feelings of isolation and disconnectedness especially prevalent among veterans and families of the fallen, TMF sought to bring people together and highlight the mental health resources we and other like-minded organizations have available. We hosted four mental health and well-being seminars and 22 virtual socials to bring our Spartans together throughout the pandemic. Creating a virtual presence for large-scale community events like our 9/11 Heroes Run also helped to ensure people had the opportunity to come together safely, serve and honor our fallen heroes.

At-Home Education and Support for Youth

In the first weeks of the pandemic, when youth of all ages suddenly found themselves at home instead of in classrooms, TMF met them where they were. Every day for weeks, our Veteran and Survivor Mentors conducted Facebook Live character and leadership lessons, and after that, when virtual education became a more permanent fixture, our presentations pivoted to classroom settings. In total, our Mentors impacted 56,595 students with character and leadership education in 2020-2021.

Food Shortages and Immediate Needs

In the earliest days of the pandemic, TMF provided for the immediate needs of our most vulnerable members by addressing food security, essential supply shortages, transportation, and child/elderly care. We coordinated blood donations and organized food drives for veterans impacted by food insecurities, collected and distributed masks and protective gear, and conducted neighborhood clean-ups that united people when they needed it most. In addition to over 200,000 pounds of food distributed in cities like Houston and Chicago, our members donated 3,300 service hours in 2020 alone.


At least 90% of contributions to TMF go directly back to supporting the mental health and emotional well-being of veterans and family members of the fallen, according to numerous independent audits. For the third consecutive year, Charity Navigator has also awarded TMF a four-star rating for our financial health and commitment to accountability, putting us in the company of only 26% of nonprofits who receive the coveted rating three years in a row.

Total Revenue: $13,822,137
  • 4.50%Government
  • 34.60%In-Kind Contributions
  • 14.90%Foundations
  • 32.00%Corporations
  • 10.40%Individuals
  • 3.30%Program Service
  • 0.30%Other
Expenses: $10,774,712
  • 4.20%General & Administrative
  • 6.40%Fundraising
  • 89.40%Programs

Program Expenses


Community engagement for veterans and families of the fallen


Character Development and Veteran Youth Mentorship


Personal development and training for veterans and families of the fallen


End of Year Net Assets


2020-2021 Federal Form 990

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2020-2021 Annual Report (Executive Summary)

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2020-2021 Audited Financials

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Raising Awareness

TMF has worked to share the impact our veterans and families of the fallen are making in their local communities. In 2020-2021, coverage of their efforts reached over 1.1 million people and generated a total media value of over $1.56 million. Here’s a look at a few of the top stories from the year.

Fallen Marine's Sister and fellow soldier honor his legacy
9/11 Heroes run goes virtual
24 Hour Give-a-thon to Support Veterans and Families of the Fallen Responding to COVID-19
Media Impact
media features of over
10 million unique views nationwide
total views from national news highlighting efforts by veterans and families of fallen heroes
media features mentioning veterans and families of fallen heroes in 2020-2021
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Our Impact + Stories

Find out more about how we’re making a difference in the lives of veterans, families of the fallen, and the youth and communities they serve.

Spartan Society

Learn more about the members of our elite recognition program for donors who go above and beyond each year.

Mission + Vision

Explore our mission and vision for honoring the legacy of 1st Lt Travis Manion and all of our nation’s fallen heroes by empowering veterans, survivors, and developing character in youth.

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TMF Staff +
Board of Directors

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Our Sponsors

  • Individuals
    TITANIUM: $50,000 - $99,999 BRONZE: $1,000 - $2,499 Joy M Welsh
    David and Gail Sheffield Aaron Gray Justin Simmons
    Janice Garlock Alex Plumer and Frank Verducci Karen Melikian
    PLATINUM: $20,000 - $49,999 Amanda Starkey Kenny Bauer
    Julia Dawson Amy Jacobs Kevin Maguire
    EMERALD: $10,000 - $19,999 Amy Russo Kevin Mincio
    Alex & Patricia Gorsky Andrew Delo Kristin Winterson
    Daniel and Gayle D'Aniello Ann Bauer Hunter Lars Herman
    David and Kyrsten Bourdon Anthony Trainor Laura Hardy
    Frank Carroll August and Maria Fix Leslie Stephenson
    Jenny Galiani Barbara and Megan Cooper Liam Baker
    John and Jessie DiNome Ben Kao Lori Campbell and James Lynch
    Kevin Aschman Bradley and Elizabeth Quin Lori Driscoll
    Matthew Tormenti Brian Quinn M P Quinn
    Rachael and Richard Wells Brian Reynolds Mark Poston
    Scott Belveal Bruce Horowitz Mary Hirsch
    Sean Daly Camille Richards Matthew Chisholm
    Steve and Karen Brady Carole O'Hare Matthew Russell
    Suzanne and Richard Keiser Charlene Miseli Megan D'Arcangelo
    Tim and Heather Richmond Charles and Katharine Tweedy Michael Barikian
    Vishal Amin Chris Perry Michael Durso
    William G Little Chrissy O'Donnell Michael Gebhardt
    GOLD: $5,000 - $9,999 Christina Palmer Michael Lemon
    Col. Tom Manion Christopher O Murray Michael Mayes
    Croft Young dan bunts Michael McDonald
    Cynthia Rushton Daniel Bailey Michael Morand
    Jeffrey W Mueller Daniel Fields Michael Uhrich
    Joseph & Barbara Kesselring Daniel John Marklin Mike Malandra
    Joseph Griesser Danielle Antalffy Neal Sheridan
    kevin flynn jr Darren Hannum Nick Trainer
    Kim Pagotto Dave and Lisa Persons Pamela and Alan Szabo
    Mary Katharine Fountain Dawn Wasson Patricia Chapman
    Ron & Joy Feigles DAWN WESTHOUSE Patrick Virtue
    Sandra J. Hassett Denise and Gerard McGinn Paul Jones
    Terrence Fenningham Dennis McCaffrey Peter and Cynthia Ziebelman
    Timothy Broadbent Dennis Nealon Philip Krim
    Timothy McDonald Derick Madden Preston and Andrea Bates
    SILVER: $2,500 - $4,999 Dirk and Virginia Mosis Quinn and Donna Asplundh
    Albert Hornung Edward and Ruth Bednarzyk Robert and Cindy Madden
    Alex Wish Elizabeth Erhardt Robert and Kate Papak
    Bradley Fessler Emily Gelman Robert and Meggan Williams
    Carlo Pecori Eugene Gordon Robert Harter
    Cord Wright Francis Ferguson Ryan Metz
    Daniel Wagner Frederick and Cynthia Pennekamp Sabrina McMains
    Eileen McDonnell GEN Ronald Bailey Sakurako and William Fisher
    Emery Holden General Dan Allyn Scott And Janet Millimet
    Gary and Helene Mathern Gerard Fasano Sean Manion
    Gay L. Jordan Gerard Market Shannon Rasberry
    Gerald Grater Greg and Megan Davis Shawn Livingston
    Jennifer Davis Greg Call Stephen and Judith Hoffman
    Jim Collins Greg Syvertson Susan Hanover
    Joan Adams Gregory Gonzales Susie and Gary Mattson
    Katie Burke Howard Meyers Theresa, Anthony, and Hunter Jones
    Keith Palmer Jaime Mertz Thivakorn Kasemsri
    Kevin and Diane Hoffmann James McCusker Thomas and Danielle Mathis
    Michael Alexander Jeffery Zimmerman Thomas Isola
    Michael and Linda Clement Jennifer Victoria Mayer Tim and Jill Coogan
    Neil Nehmens Jo Decker Tim Beaudin
    Nicholas Bartle John and Dianne Stahl Timothy Knowles
    Paul Sheaffer John and Gayle Mosko Todd Morehouse
    Robert K Alden John and Mary Sasso Tracey Zarcone
    Sherry Ford John and Paula Schumaker Wayne and Alison Beal
    Tim & RJ Peppe John Hogan William & Sue Martindale
      John Mcgurty William and Paula Hurley
      Jon Ham William Rookstool
      Joseph F Dunford Jr William Shine
      Joseph Wolk
  • Corporations & Foundations
    IF NOT ME, THEN WHO…: $1M+ GOLD: $5,000 - $9,999 BRONZE: $1,000 - $2,499
    Johnson & Johnson ABM Industries, Inc. 361 Capital LLC
    Under Armour Inc. B3 Group, Inc 3RVA, LLC
    CHARACTER CHAMPION: $250K - $999,999 Bear Chase Brewing Company, LLC American Legion Auxiliary Unit 950
    Morel Family Foundation Beyer Automotive Group American Legion Post 911
    Schultz Family Foundation ClearRPO AMS of Maryland
    Wounded Warrior Project Constellation Brands, Inc. Anderson Fire Protection, Inc.
    DIAMOND: $100,000 - $249,999 County Builders, Inc. Armstrong Family Charitable Fund
    The McCausland Foundation CPG Beyond, Inc. Baum Precision Machining, Inc.
    The Prudential Insurance Company CSX Transportation Berkelhammer Basic Science Fund
    TITANIUM: $50,000 - $99,999 Data Center Solutions Binswanger Management Corp
    Bank of America Corp Deloitte, LLC Brightspot
    Becton Dickinson & Co Excellis Health Solutions LLC Bruce C. Hargus Family Foundation
    Boeing Company Fidelity C & L Billington Family Foundation
    Challenger Foundation Global Golf Events CBPC Charitable Foundation
    Comcast NBC Universal Google Inc. Charities Aid Foundation of America
    Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company Haylen Group College of the Ozarks
    The Milbank Foundation Houston Police Officer's Union Conrad O'Brien Law Firm
    The Sheriff Foundation Janssen Biotech, Inc. Cozen O'Connor Foundation Inc.
    The USAA Foundation Jewish Communal Fund Crews Surveying, LLC
    PLATINUM: $20,000 - $49,999 L3Harris CrossCountry Mortgage, LLC
    Amazon Lowers Risk Group DBS Bank, LTD
    BLBB Charitable Management Data Systems International, Inc. EarthRes Group, Inc.
    Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Mulhern & Kulp Structural Engineering, Inc. Exelon Corporation
    Carry The Load Nike First United Bank & Trust Company
    Costco Wholesale PENFED Credit Union Fred Beans Charitable Fund
    Fifth Generation Inc. Poretta & Orr, Inc. Frerichs Family Fund
    Goldman, Sachs & Co PowerComm Construction, Inc. George Shea, LLC
    Greater Round Rock Community Foundation Rabaut Family Foundation Glenview Capital Management, LLC
    Jefferies LLC Rags of Honor Grace Roberti Foundation
    Lightening The Load SDC Capital Partners, LLC Great Valley Advisor Group, Inc.
    Mean Well USA, Inc. Smith Seckman Reid, Inc. Greco Promotions
    Movers Specialty Service, Inc. St Luke's University Health Network Hall Ryan Construction
    RTI International T. Nash and Gloria M. Broaddus Foundation Hanahan Fireworks Depot
    TE Connectivity The Becket Family Foundation Herbert D Dunlavy VFW Post 581
    The Daniel B and Florence E Green Foundation The Charles Foundation Hill 260 Fund
    Truist - Charlotte The Fann Family Foundation Holmes Cunningham Engineering
    Truist - VA The Taylor Family Foundation i3 Cares
    University of Pennsylvania Health System The University of Michigan Student Veterans Association IBM
    USS Midway Museum The William and Susan Federici Charitable Fund Insperity
    VetsAid Thresholds J. G. Foundation Charity Fund
    Virginians for Veterans ThunderCat Technology, LLC Jack and Mari-An Fitzmaurice Family Fund
    EMERALD: $10,000 - $19,999 Tower Cares Foundation KAMPUS KLOTHES
    AbbVie Inc. U. S. Accenture Konecny Family Fund
    Apache Corporation Volvo Cars Annapolis Krempa Associates Inc.
    Apple Inc. SILVER: $2,500 - $4,999 Linden Elementary
    Barclays Bank Accurate Acoustical, Inc. Marshall Ford Lincoln
    Barney Family Foundation Bancroft Capital Marvic Supply Company, Inc.
    Bob Woodruff Foundation Branch Banking and Trust Maverick Chevrolet
    Bonnie L Bolding Charitable Foundation City of Madisonville Michael and Donna Rose Charitable Fund
    BP Environmental Services, Inc. Cooper Mechanical, Inc. Miles Road Baptist Church
    Brown Advisory Cost of Freedom Nasdaq
    Crown Auto Logistics Inc. Customers Bank Penn Color Inc.
    Howell Family Foundation Doli Construction Corporation Penn Wealth Planning LLC
    Hoxie Harrison Smith Foundation Emergent BioSolutions Powell Roofing
    Intercoastal Mortgage, LLC Evergreen Waste Services, LLC QualTek
    Leidos First Immanuel Lutheran Church Quatrefoil Consulting, LLC
    Luzzi Family Charitable Fund Firstrust Bank Realty ONE Group Legacy
    Neal C Nichols Foundation, Inc Foundations Community Partnership Rieck Family Charitable Fund
    Oracle Corporation Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association Rockwood Wealth Management
    PNC Foundation Joseph and Catherine Bondi Family Foundation Roper St. Francis Healthcare
    Polen Capital Managment LLC KPMG, LLP Shell Oil Company
    Rumsfeld Foundation M&M LP Management Sodexo
    Sierra Nevada Corporation Madison Hospitality Services, LLC St. Joseph's Catholic School
    Steven A and Gloria E Ellers Fund Marathon Petroleum Stephen J Beers Revocable Trust
    Strategic Underwriters Intl. Old Dominion National Bank STS Foundation
    TechnoGuard, Inc Pecori Family Fund Tague Lumber
    The Brennan Family Foundation Qualcomm Takeda Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc.
    The Carlyle Group Steele Family Foundation The Bob Lucido Team of Keller Williams Integrity
      The Provident Bank The Exchange Club of Charleston
      The Stand by Steve Memorial Foundation The John Lehman Fund
      Tippins Foundation The Malmark, Inc. Charitable Fund
        The Marshall Family Charitable Fund
        The Ryan Family Foundation
        THRYV, Inc.
        United Energy Trading, LLC
        United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania
        VFW 7464
        W B Homes, Inc
        Walmart - AZ
        WhartonHill Investment Advisors
        WWS Physical Therapy, Inc.
        Zurich North America
        IN-KIND: $25K+
        American Airlines
  • Independent Fundraising Events
    DIAMOND: $100,000 - $249,999    
    Flags of Valor Golf Tournament    
    PLATINUM: $20,000 - $49,999 SILVER: $2,500 - $4,999 BRONZE: $1,000 - $2,499
    6th Annual Walk in the Honor Serve-A-Palooza Charity Volleyball Tourney Preston Kennedy- David Goggins 4x4x48 challenge
    GOLD: $5,000 - $9,999 2020 Jim Thorpe Adventures Remembrance Ride Megan Cooper Mask Fundraiser
    Anna & Michale Adelstein #JANESTRONG Bike Ride Guadalupe Hernandez Run For Veterans Avalon Group Workout
    Sugg Brother Ski campaign Brian Harrington's Day of Pain V 2.0 TE Connectivity Memorial Day Virtual 5k
    MDSI Golf Tournament   Anthony Stipa, Baseball Tryouts
        Matt Pekarek 2021 Crossfit Open
        Jr. ROTC Drill Meet at Sterling High School

2020-2021 Executive Summary