2019 Operation Legacy - Fall

Event Recap

Throughout the month of November, TMF Spartans organized, led, and participated in 95 community service projects nationwide in honor of fallen heroes as part of Operation Legacy. United in selfless service, veterans, military service members, surviving families, youth, and inspired civilians found their “If Not Me, Then Who…” moments while addressing their communities’ critical needs.

In total, 3,000 Spartans participated in Operation Legacy projects in Fall 2019. Bronwyn De Maso of Pottstown, PA led a cemetery clean-up project in her hometown in honor of her brother, Commander Job Wilson Price. In Southern California, Spartans provided meals and supplies for those experiencing homelessness in honor of fallen hero, Lance Corporal Thomas J. Zapp, USMC. In Point Breeze in South Philadelphia, the legacy of Dr. John Pryor, MD, a Penn Trauma Surgeon, was honored by a huge team that cleaned up the neighborhood parks and surrounding streets and alleyways.

Read more about these stand-out Operation Legacy projects here and for more information about leading a project click here.

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TMF Stats:
001 60,000+ Veterans + Survivors Empowered
002 100,000+ Spartan Members
003 250,000+ Youth Living "If Not Me, Then Who..." Movement