Military Charity 4 SpecOps Recruits

A term used to describe part of U.S. military training. A recruit runs into the ocean and then rolls around in soft, white sand becoming covered from head to toe with sand. This makes them look like a cookie covered in sugar. Just a little something to make your day a little less enjoyable. “Making sugar cookies,” is part of the mental and physical discomfort that special operations candidates must endure during training.

The Sugar Cookies is a non-profit organization that trains and mentors future military special operations candidates before boot camp and during training. The group is run by military spec ops veterans and conducts weekly workouts, regular mentoring sessions, and creates training videos and blogs for candidates across the United States.

There are legal fees, general expenses, and a ton of safety equipment that we have to pay for out of our own pockets. Your help would be greatly appreciated because many of the candidates cannot afford the proper equipment needed for training and the legal fees for protecting the mentors is immense (like you would not believe). So please give anything you can, it all helps. There is an 86% failure rate in most programs. It costs the tax payers HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS for each failed candidate in these programs. We are saving the government millions by making sure candidates make it through their programs.

For more info visit:
  • Auntie Nancy
    • $50 
    • 55 mos
  • Haas Sullivan
    • $25 
    • 58 mos
  • Helen McMullin
    • $50 
    • 58 mos
  • James Fenton
    • $100 
    • 61 mos
  • Lisa Tussing
    • $200 
    • 62 mos
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Wade Mull
Los Angeles, CA

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