Hello friends of The March of the 18th
Disbursement 02/28/15: $150 to San Diego Enlisted Support, and $225 to Post Traumatic Growth Institute, where “GOD DOESN’T WASTE PAIN.”
Disbursement 12/31/14: $100 each to OCW, Hope For The Warriors, Phoenix Patriot Foundation, and Gary Sinise…
Disbursement 11/2014: New Horizons for Heroes ($300) mailed and received, after attempt to deliver in Heidelberg, Germany, could not be completed.
American Legion Operation Comfort Warriors ($350) given at the convention!
Hope For The Warriors ($125)
Gary Sinise Foundation ($125)
Resource Exchange Association ($125) NEW! check it out… www.reainc.org
Operation Comfort Warriors ($400)
Hope For The Warriors ($120)
Gary Sinise Foundation ($100)
Quarterly 3rd party retail for 87 books and 7 e-books is $315. I will be sending a check for $160 to Tunnel 2 Towers at the discretion and direction of Dan Deleon, a former Army officer, UPS partner, and my great friend.
- Hope For The Warriors ($400)
- Operation Comfort Warriors (American Legion) ($400)
- The Phoenix Patriot Foundation ($400)
- The Gary Sinise Foundation ($125)
Thanks for all your support, and encourage your friends to check out the website. All future disbursement will be on a quarterly basis, beginning in March 2014.
“The idea is to donate royalties to wounded veterans and their families. I hope you enjoy the novel enough to tell your friends, and be glad that you are making a donation to those who have sacrificed more than we can ever repay.”
Fifty Percent of all author royalties go to a wounded veteran charity.
(The M18 Foundation Ltd reserves the right to make a final determination.)
THE FOLLOWING ARE 501(c)(3) ORGANIZATIONS…SOLID AS THE DAY IS LONG.
The mission is to enhance the quality of life for post-9/11 service members, their families, and families of thefallen who have sustained physical and psychological wounds in the line of duty. This organization has one of the highest and most consistent Charity Navigator ratings I have researched.
The mission is to provide direct support to severely wounded veterans, enabling them to fully recover, reintegrate, and remain engaged in serving America.
No man has done more for this generation of veterans. Gary Sinise’s foundation serves our nation by honoring our defenders, veterans, first responders, their families, and those in need… by creating and supporting unique programs designed to entertain, educate, strengthen, and build communities.
The American Legion’s Operation Comfort Warriors provides comfort items for wounded, injured or ill military personnel.
“Building For America’s Bravest” is a proud program of the T2T, which was founded in the name of Stephen Siller, a firefighter who gave his life to save others on September 11, 2001.
The Resources Exchange Association gathers tools to give to wounded veterans to get them started on productive independence. A fun group of veterans, they are worthy of your attention!