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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 Navy SEAL Community who are in need of assistance.

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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.

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Please remember to share this website and the Navy SEALs Fund News Blog with your friends and family. Your support is greatly appreciated!

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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.

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Medical care assistance for Navy SEAL Tom Bergerson 17 April 2016

Please help Navy SEALs Fund – Brotherhood Beyond Battlefield™ with financial support for Tom Bergerson in his continued fight against severe infection & paralysis. Former US Navy SEAL Tom Bergerson graduated BUDS class 36, served in Vietnam and worked as a Commercial Diver until the late 80s.

A few weeks ago Tom awoke in the middle of the night with excruciating pain in his back that quickly deteriorated into paralysis of his lower body. He was transported to the mainland hospital of Honduras for emergency surgery. However, Tom remained paralyzed and became extremely depressed. The hospital was not able to provide any further care for Tom.

Tom’s sister reached out to a fellow SEAL teammate of Tom’s for help. Within hours of receiving the request for assistance, the Navy SEALs Fund was able to secure funding to get the Air Transport wheels up and inroute to Tom.

Within 24 hours, Tom arrived stateside for medical treatment at a VAMC. Tom has bills remaining from Honduras and an unsure future which will involve additional medical treatment and extensive physical therapy. Even with care at the VAMC, his medical recovery will not be free and any help you can provide to minimize the financial burden would be greatly appreciated.

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