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Educational Programs

Ensuring complete post-secondary educational support and additional educational opportunities for the surviving children of fallen Special Operations Personnel and children of all Medal of Honor Recipients.

Ensuring Student Success In All We Do

Special Operations Warrior Foundation employs a proactive approach to the academic success of our students, with an intentional focus on their completion of a post-secondary degree. First, we reach out directly to eligible families to personally make them aware of what is available to them through SOWF programs. Then, we establish a personalized plan of action for the student’s success, including students with special needs.  Explore more about each program by clicking below.

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Up to $8,000 per year for surviving children ages 2 - 5 for preschool programs.


Unlimited tutoring funding for all students in kindergarten through college graduation.

Students with

Individualized advocacy, support, and financial assistance for children with disabilities in preschool through college graduation.

Private School Tuition Assistance

Up to $5,000 per student, per year, kindergarten—12th grade.


College planning workshop for high school students, funding for college visits and access to online College Success Academy.


Funding to school of student’s choice, includes tuition, books, fees, room & board, transportation and miscellaneous expenses, plus a laptop and printer.

College-To-Career Transition

Personalized coaching, mentoring and career prep programs, at no cost to student, as well as funding to support internships (travel and relocation expenses).

A Message from SOWF Graduates Jake Healy and Jaleesha Petty