CHARITY BENEFICIARIES

All American Strategic Response Force Association

Benefiting 82nd Airborne Division.
Focus on scholarships for children of deceased paratroopers.

  • Focus on children of deceased paratroopers
  • CY11 grants- $150,000 ($3,000 avg per child)
  • CY12 grants- $75,000 ($3,000 avg per child)
  • CY13 grants- $75,000 ($2,500 avg per child)
  • CY14 grants- $100,000 ($2,500 avg per child)
  • CY15 grants- $125,000 ($2500 avg per child)
  • CY16 grants- $125,000 ($2500 avg per child)

US Army Special Operations Command Soldier Family & Command Support Association

Benefiting Army Special Operations.
Focus on scholarships for children of wounded special operators.

  • CY12 grants- $75,000 ($2,500 avg per child)
  • CY13 grants- $75,000 ($2,500 avg per child)
  • CY14 grants- $100,000 ($2,500 avg per child)
  • CY15 grants- $125,000 ($2,500 avg per child)
  • CY16 grants- $125,000 ($2,500 avg per child)

Airborne Scholarship Association

Benefiting 18th Airborne Corps separate brigades.
Focus on scholarships for children of killed and wounded/injured paratroopers.

  • CY11 grants- $100,000 ($3,000 avg per child)
  • CY12 grants- $140,000 ($3,000 avg per child)
  • CY13 grants- $50,000 ($2,500 avg per child)
  • CY14 grants- $75,000 ($2,500 avg per child)
  • CY15 grants- $75,000 ($2,500 avg per child)
  • CY16 grants- $75,000 ($2,500 avg per child)

Warrior Transition Battalion

Benefiting Ft. Bragg Warrior Transition Battalion.
Focus on scholarships for children of wounded/injured paratroopers, as well as child care for spouses who need to go back to school to improve the financial stability of their families.

  • CY11 grants- $100,000 ($2,000 avg per child)
  • CY12 grants- $35,000 ($2,000 avg per child)
  • CY12 grants- $15,000 (child care for 2 spouses in school)
  • CY13 grants- $50,000 ($2,500 avg per child)
  • CY14 grants- $50,000 ($2,500 avg per child)
  • CY15 grants- $50,000 ($2,500 avg per child)
  • CY16 grants- $50,000 ($2,500 avg per child)

Survivor Outreach Services

Benefiting Ft. Bragg Survivor Outreach Services.
Focus on scholarships and child care for children of deceased paratroopers

  • CY11 grants- $30,000 (1 year child care for 3 spouses in school)
  • CY11 grants- $70,000 ($2,000 avg per child)
  • CY12 grants- $210,000 ($5,000 per child)
  • CY13 grants- $75,000 ($2,500 per child)
  • CY14 grants- $75,000 ($2,500 per child)
  • CY15 grants- $75,000 ($2,500 per child)
  • CY16 grants- $75,000 ($2,500 per child)

Screaming Eagle Foundation

Provides monetary assistance to the soldiers of the 101st Airborne Division and assigned/attached units and their families and for programs that support soldiers and their families at Fort Campbell, Kentucky.  Donations began in 2015.

  • CY15 grants- $50,000 ($2,500 avg per child)
  • CY16 grants- $50,000 ($2,500 avg per child)

Joint Special Operations Association

Benefiting children of wounded and injured soldiers from the Joint Special Operations Command.

  • CY16 grants- $25,000 ($2,500 avg per child)

Navy SEAL Foundation

Focus on child aid for children of fallen SEAL team 6 members

  • CY 11 grants- $125,000 ($5,000 avg per child)
  • CY 12 grants- $30,000 ($5,000 avg per child)

Unit Scholarship Fund

Benefiting Army Special Operations.
Focus on scholarships for children of killed/wounded special operators

  • CY11 grants- $75,000 ($3,000 avg per child)

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