2018 WAS AMAZING!
The 5th Annual Chris Kyle Memorial Benefit recipient was Save A Warrior Foundation –
Having shown over 600 Warriors The Hero’s Journey home;
Save A Warrior™ (SAW™) is a meaningful conversation about the nature of human experience. A nationally-recognized program, we offer novel, judgment-free solutions to returning Veterans, Active Duty Service Members, and First Responders with Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS).
With the help of all of our sponsors, volunteers and supporters the 2018 event was able to present SAW $175,000 for support of our Veterans and First Responders.
The 3rd Annual Chris Kyle Memorial Benefit recipient was Spirit of a Hero (www.spiritofahero.org). Spirit of a Hero Foundation is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to providing financial, moral and community support to critically wounded Service Members of the United States Armed Forces. Through community driven activities, Spirit of a Hero will raise awareness and give hope to the Soldiers, Marines, Sailors and Airmen fighting for our freedom. The 2016 event raised $115,000 for support of our Veterans.
The 2nd Annual Chris Kyle Memorial Benefit recipient was Guardian For Heroes (www.guardianforheroes.org). GFH was founded by Chris in 2011 and provides free in-home fitness equipment, facilitation of donated health club memberships, individualized programs, personal training and life coaching to in-need Veterans with disabilities, Gold Star Families and those suffering from Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) from combat deployment.
With the help of many people who purchased gear and apparel, made donations, sponsored the event and donated their time or products, the 2015 event was able to present a check for $450,000 to Guardian For Heroes to help our Veterans.
The 1st Annual Chris Kyle Memorial Benefit recipient was Base Camp 40 – Warriors in the Wild (www.bc40hunts.com). An organization who honors our Veterans through participation in private land hunts in Colorado and surrounding areas. “Helping our brave Veterans rediscover what they so proudly fought to defend, that being freedom”. The 2014 event raised $135,000 for our Veterans.