What Matters is What's Missing.

We are a rapid funding force that responds within hours to help our military family of fallen and wounded U.S. Special Operations heroes who are in need, and provides scholarships for their children.



When tragedy strikes, our Special Operators & their families need immediate assistance.

Tragedy Strikes

Over 550 Special Operators have been KIA and 3000 have been wounded since September 11, 2001. In addition, the number of non-physical medical conditions such as behavioral problems, substance abuse, self-medication issues, post-traumatic stress and suicide have grown considerably.

Help Is Postponed

Families of service members report long delays or issues with receiving reimbursements due to lost paperwork, verification processes, incorrect paperwork and slow response times.

Costs Add Up

Funeral costs in 2018 averaged $9,000 with many families spending over $15,000. Emergency travel is often necessary and housing expenses may go unpaid. In other circumstances medical costs can skyrocket.

Families Lose Out

Due to delays, inefficiency, reimbursement policies and stipulations; families often have to forgo military burials and opt to pay for their own private ceremonies and burial sites. If the death did not occur in active duty, all eligible expenses can only be reimbursed. And, if the cause of death is not service-related, they may be denied any allowances at all.

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