SOWF held our annual Education Planning Information Conference (EPIC) the week of June 14 in Clearwater, Florida – 21 high school students attended, and based on an informative, interactive and collaborative approach by the Scholarships and Family Outreach Team, a practical, comprehensive plan was set in motion. Included in the report are pertinent notes from surviving spouses.
“Relentless Hope: A True Story of War and Survival” by David Britt is a tale of one man’s encounters as an American POW in WWII.
Portland, Or – June 1st, 2021 — The Nationwide Ride is a two-person charity cycling event that
will kick off on Good Morning America on July 5, 2021.
Kyle Higashioka, catcher for the N.Y. Yankees, and friend of SOWF, has selected our organization as a beneficiary of an upcoming raffle featuring assorted personal and teammate-signed N.Y. Yankees game-worn and game-issued commemorative Memorial Day memorabilia.
“Since 2006, when my husband was killed in action, Special Operations Warrior Foundation has reached out in numerous ways to our family and offered educational funding and supportive services. The oldest two have now graduated from college with honors and the youngest two are just beginning their college experience.
Yes, it’s true that freedom isn’t free. And the price of freedom is usually set by those who wish to destroy it. Yet, across the world today there are people who believe that, with America at their back, freedom is worth the fighting for—no matter its cost.
One of our very own SOWF Graduates, Clare Fitzpatrick Ferrario, is working at the James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital administering COVID-19 vaccines.