Thanks to everyone who joined us for last evening’s New England Warrior Benefit (photos to come soon)!
What a wonderfully patriotic night celebrating our military leaders and paying homage to our country’s Special Operations warriors. Your generous support will go a long way toward helping each of the five benevolent organizations that provide financial and emotional support for U.S. Spec Ops troops and their families.
Happy 4th of July and thanks all those who valiantly serve our country to protect and preserve the American way of life.
“[Jim] Smith is executive director of the Navy SEAL Foundation, a nonprofit supporting US Navy SEALs, special warfare personnel, and their families. After 29 years with the elite fighting unit, Smith assumed leadership of the SEAL foundation last year, one marked by triumph (the killing of Osama bin Laden) and tragedy (the deaths of 22 SEALs in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan). He and his family will be in Boston for Tuesday’s New England Warrior Benefit at the Seaport World Trade Center.”
“Business-people from around New England are gathering tomorrow night in Boston to benefit a group of veterans and their families.
These are veterans who the nation has come to rely on more, especially since 9-11. And a group that often operates in secrecy.
The New England Warrior Benefit will be held at the Seaport World Trade Center Boston to honor those serving or have served as part of U.S. Special Forces and their families. The program provides both material assistance and psychological support, especially for those veterans who have witnessed especially disturbing things in the course of their service.”
“Developer Joe Fallon will spend the eve of this year’s 4th of July festivities hosting a sold out fundraising gala with proceeds earmarked to help those who have served in U.S. Special Operations Forces and their families.
Fallon, president of The Fallon Companies, is putting on — through The Fallon Family Charitable Foundation — the New England Wounded Warrior benefit Tuesday night at the Seaport World Trade Center. In an interview Monday, Fallon said more than 400 people will be attending.”
“The New England Warrior Benefit at 6 p.m. tomorrow is co-chaired by Wilcox Industries Corp. CEO Jim Teetzel and Fan Pier developer Joe Fallon, who said he hoped to raise “several million dollars” for his Fallon Family Charitable Foundation, which will divide the proceeds among five military nonprofits — the Navy SEAL Foundation, the U.S. Army Wounded Warrior Project, the Special Operations Warrior Foundation, the Semper Fi Fund and No Greater Sacrifice.”
The No Greater Sacrifice Bike from DIRICO Motorcycles. Proceeds from the auctioning of this bike will benefit the No Greater Sacrifice non-profit organization, dedicated to the children of our nation’s fallen and wounded service members.
The U.S. Air Force Combat Controllers edition bike from DIRICO Motorcycles. The Combat Controllers help armed forces find their path in battle and this bike will help you find your path on the open road.
This flashy red, white and blue Dirico Pro Street bike reflects the patriotism and sacrifices of our U.S. Special Operations service members — from its classic American eagle to its touching Fallen Soldier Battle Cross, whose wings, rifle, helmet and boots symbolize respect for the fallen. There truly is No Greater Sacrifice, and this motorcycle pays tribute to all of our fallen elite warriors, and the nonprofit organization dedicated to helping their families.