Next Generation Leaders

The Class of 2020 Has Revealed Themselves To Be The Next Great Generation


Through the turmoil of 2020 so far, the class of 2020, the next great generation, has been a beacon of hope for the nation. Rather than feeling sorry for themselves, young Americans have been stepping up across the nation to show strong character and stand up for what they believe.

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Survivor Stories

Meet Veteran Chuck Segel, Who Found Healing Through Service In Honor of Travis Manion


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Survivor Stories

This Memorial Day, Honor the Fallen by Helping TMF Empower their Families


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Press Room

Character Isn’t Canceled: TMF Spartans Step Up in Response to COVID-19


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Partners

“If Not Me, Then Who…” Blonde Ale is available to the public, and coming to you soon


The hero-inspired beer that should be on your radar (and in your hand) for 2020.

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Press Room

TMF + Under Armour Freedom, Serving Veterans Who Strengthen Our Nation’s Character


As we accelerate this journey in strengthening and furthering this commitment we have made to the veteran community, we revisit two stories of Character Does Matter mentors who have been impacted by this program.

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Survivor Stories

Our Families of the Fallen Heal Through Service


We believe it is our duty to preserve their legacies of character and service for this generation and the next.

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Veteran Stories

Serving After Service: How Getting Involved Helped Me Overcome My Fears and Rediscover Myself


On National Purple Heart Day, Army veteran Earl Lundy recalls the explosion in Afghanistan that led to his award, and how he came to embody the recognition in the years that followed.

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Survivor Stories

Leaders of TMF Turn Authors in New Book Release, “The Knock at the Door”


TMF is proud to support 3 leaders of our organization--Ryan Manion, Amy Looney, and Heather Kelly--as they share their personal stories of loss, and how each of their journeys took them from the depths of grief and pain to the height of empowerment and inspiration.

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TMF Events 17-Oct-2019

On the weekends surrounding September 11th, approximately 60,000 people took time out of their busy schedules to pause and remember America's fallen heroes.

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Press Room 30-Sep-2019

A recent study by the Pentagon found that suicide rates among veterans and active-duty military members is on the rise.

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Press Room 11-Sep-2019

Dr. Drew Pinsky, known to television and radio audiences as Dr. Drew, is the host of Dr. Drew Midday Live with Leeann Tweeden on KABC radio in Los Angeles. Dr. Drew hosted Col. Tom Manion, TMF Chairman Emeritus, and Heather Boice, 9/11 Heroes Run participant and 9/11 survivor to discuss the impact of the 9/11 Heroes Run.

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Sarah Milwee Family photo Light cards

On September 11, 2001, I was a bright-eyed, bushy-tailed 25-year-old from Texas living the life in New York City. That day and the days and weeks to follow changed my life forever. I will never forget the moment it happened...

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Press Room 29-Aug-2019

WASHINGTON D.C. – Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) provided a grant to the Travis Manion Foundation (TMF) – an organization committed to empowering veterans and the families of fallen heroes.

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Veteran Stories 15-Aug-2019

This former Marine and current football coach insisted on character training to turn his team’s season around.

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Survivor Stories 07-Aug-2019

Monica Velez lost both brothers while they were serving in uniform, and in her grief, she lost herself. Here’s how TMF helped her rediscover her purpose and identity.

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On National Purple Heart Day, Army veteran Earl Lundy recalls the explosion in Afghanistan that led to his award, and how he came to embody the recognition in the years that followed.

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Survivor Stories 09-Jul-2019

TMF is proud to support 3 leaders of our organization--Ryan Manion, Amy Looney, and Heather Kelly--as they share their personal stories of loss, and how each of their journeys took them from the depths of grief and pain to the height of empowerment and inspiration.

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