Navy SEALs Fund is a non-profit,
501 (c)(3), organization established in December of 2009 by former Navy SEALs. The primary mission of the Navy SEALs Fund is to provide relief through educational and/or financial assistance for current and former SEAL teammates and families. The overall objective is to reduce the financial burden of members of the Naval Special Warfare Community who are in need of assistance.
If you or someone you know is currently faced with a difficult financial situation and you are searching for help, please read more to learn more about eligibility for assistance from the Navy SEALs Fund.
It is our belief that a small non-profit allows for rapid flexibility to adapt to unique situations affecting the Naval Special Warfare Community.
- Chris Heben, fmr US Navy SEAL
- In Memory Page for
Kennedy and Reynolds' families
- Michael Behenna wins parole
- Duke Harbin - President of NSF
- Joel Lambert in "Manhunt"
- SEAL Support Assistance Team1
The Navy SEALs Fund is a 100% Volunteer organization. We are humbled to have the dedication and commitment of our Officers and Board Members who give freely their time and resources.
The Navy SEALs Fund is starting a new way to Get Involved that will help us truly make a difference in the lives of the Naval Special Warfare Community.
Navy SEALs Fund Leadership
United States Air Force Academy Graduate, served six years as an Aerospace Physiologist and Section Commander. She has worked with with Fortune 500 companies for over ten years, and is currently finishing her Thesis for a Masters’ Degree in Bio-engineering.
Former Navy SEAL, served nine years in the Navy SEALs teams as a Platoon Corpsman. For the last ten years he has continued to serve others as a fireman and paramedic while utilizing his BS in public safety administration, and AS in para-medicine and fire science. Duke specializes in swift water training, diving, and high angle rescue. Read more...
Fair Winds and Following Seas...
As a 30-year Master Chief, Gary spent the better part of his life serving his country at the tip of the spear.Not more than a year ago, Gary was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also referred to as motor neuron disease and commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s disease in the United States. His condition deteriorated quickly, but we are thankful for the many supporters who rallied around Gary and his family to help make the needed structural changes to his home, and ensure his last days were filled with respect and dignity at home with his family and friends.
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