Green Beret Foundation – #GivingTuesday

by · June 4, 20131 comment

Any man or woman who puts on a military uniform and risks their life is a hero in my book.

The military holds a special place in my heart, as I mentioned before when I wrote about the Fisher House Foundation, and that is why today I want to make you aware of the work being done by the Green Beret Foundation.

The Green Beret Foundation provides unconventional resources to facilitate the special needs of our wounded, ill and injured Green Berets and Green Beret Gold Star families. They provide the unique support that the Special Forces Community needs to strengthen readiness and uphold Green Beret traditions and values.

The transition from active duty to civilian life is never an easy one and there are special hardships when that person is one of America’s quiet professionals.

The Green Beret Foundation has a variety of programs and initiatives they provide including:

None of us will ever know what these silent soldiers and their families go through. That is why I support them in any way I can.


I strong encourage you to make a donation and then to follow them on Facebook where you’ll be constantly reminded of the brave soldiers who serve and protect us.

Thank you again to all those who serve!

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About C.C. Chapman

C.C. Chapman

C.C. Chapman is the Chief Marketing Officer of YSN and the Founder of The Cleon Foundation. He is the best-selling author of Amazing Things Will Happen and Content Rules. C.C. is a professional speaker, photographer and explorer. He is a graduate of Bentley University and you can find out more about him at CC-Chapman.com.

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