Hiking The Appalachian Trail
1. College scholarships for the surviving children of fallen Special Operations service members.
2. Family & educational counseling, including in-home tutoring.
3. Immediate $5,000.00 financial grants to severly combat wounded Special Operations service members.
I hope you will consider donating any amount for hiking the Appalachian Trail. I will be collecting donations from now through September 2018. Your generosity will be greatly appreciated.
There will be photo’s posted on my site as well as on the Special Operations Warrior Foundation site throughout the hike.
Thank you for your consideration and any donation would be greatly appreciated. Please contact me with any questions.
Sergeant Major (Retired) 10th Special Forces Group
372 Webb Cove Rd
Asheville, NC 28804
My daughter and I have arrived in Duncannon, PA at mile marker 1147.2. This is over half way. Patty Gaumond continues to send out our much needed resupplies. Leaving tomorrow for another 7 days on the trail which should bring us to Palmerton, PA. We have now received $25,344.00 in total donations so our next goal is $26,000.00. Thank you to everyone for your support and donations.
Also I want to personally thank Bass Pro Shops for their donation of two Marmot sleeping bags which have kept me warm in all the snow. #bassproshops
And, thanks to Stronger, Faster, Healthier for their donation of an excellent product for muscle re-building and energy. #SFH
Mountain Khakis for their donation of rain pants which have served their purpose and beyond.
I am energized by the many families who have contacted me to tell their stories about Special Operations fallen heroes. I appreciate the many donations we’ve received so far towards this worthy cause. Please share my story so families of these fallen heroes will continue to benefit from this important organization.