Since its founding in 2008, more than 6,000 Navy and Coast Guard Sailors have enrolled in the Navy Wounded Warrior (NWW) Program and that number continues to grow.
Navy Safe Harbor Foundation has been the NWW Program’s first call when a Navy or Coast Guard Sailor is in need.
By partnering with the Navy Wounded Warrior program,
NSHF coordinates non-medical care demands that frequently arise; such as when a hospitalized Sailor‘s spouse can’t aﬀord to travel to bedside, or when unexpected ﬁnancial needs make meeting the demands of daily life an impossible task.
This year alone, NSHF has filled 138 grants helping Sailors and
40 grants helping Caregivers.
With your help, the level of support we provide will continue to grow.
WHO ARE OUR WOUNDED?
NAVY & COAST GUARD WOUNDED, ILL & INJURED IN THE NAVY WOUNDED WARRIOR PROGRAM
It's been more than 10 years since Jared Lenahan joined the Navy, and you could say it's been an eventful decade for him.
After signing up in June 2009, he spent five years at Camp Pendleton in California working in the field at the Marine Corps Scout Sniper School and Basic Reconnaissance Course. He deployed to Afghanistan as part of Provincial Reconstruction Team Uruzgan that included the Army, Australian Infantry, Slovakian Civil Affairs, USDA, State Department, and other entities, where he worked as a combat medic, combat cameraman, and public affairs officer -- a man of many hats, to be sure.
But it was when he went to Sicily after his deployment that his life took a sudden an unexpected turn....
Navy Safe Harbor Foundation is a non-governmental 501(c)3 non-profit organization solely dedicated to supporting seriously wounded, ill, and injured Navy and Coast Guard Sailors. We provide resources not available through government avenues. We are fortunate to have the support of families, friends, military members, and the community.
You can do your part to help the seriously wounded, ill, and injured Sailors and their families by volunteering and participating in a fundraising event, or making a donation. Your support makes a difference and is greatly appreciated!
YOUR SUPPORT MAKES A DIFFERENCE!
NSHF is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that relies on donations to carry out our mission. Providing hope is our purpose. Please consider helping us as we aim to ensure that every service member is given an opportunity for full recovery after a serious injury or illness.