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Restoring Honor

January 25, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments


On August 28, 2010 come be a part of history by joining Glenn at the steps of the Lincoln Memorial for the Restoring Honor Rally. This is a non-political fundraiser for the Special Operations Warrior Foundation.*  This non-profit provides support and assistance to the families of wounded and fallen special operations personnel.    This includes 60,000 of America’s elite troops such as Navy SEALs, Army Green Berets and Rangers, Air force combat controllers and Marine Corps special operators.

The loss of a soldier all too often means that a family is left without a father.  It also jeopardizes the dreams of a good education for that soldier’s children.  30 years ago 8 brave men died in Operation Eagle Claw, the ill-fated attempt to rescue American hostages from our embassy in Iran.  They left behind 17 children.  Their surviving comrades passed the hat and decided to use the money to send those children to college.

From that beginning in a dusty desert landing strip, the Special Operations Warrior Foundation has turned into a splendid charity with a proud record of financial responsibility while expanding it’s mission to help the families of wounded warriors be at their loved one’s bedside.

Donating to the Special Operations Warrior Foundation is a concrete way for you to show your support for our nation’s finest warriors.


No jokes or satire today.  Just a request for assistance.

Please go to the Special Operations Warrior Foundation to donate now!


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