SSG Thomas Testimonal

Dear Lead The Way Fund,

Please accept my thanks for your outstanding support of 3d Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment during our recent deployment in support of Operation FREEDOM’S SENTINEL.

I was injured during combat operations in Afghanistan on the 15th of June this year. I arrived at Walter Reed about a week later and one of the first people to come see me was
a representative from your organization. I cannot thank you enough for being there for my wife and child, helping her and assisting with her needs. I appreciate the former
Rangers and supporters coming in for moral support.

I am happy to tell you that my recovery has been going very well and I hope to be returned to duty very soon. Thanks to you and many others my morale remains very high,
my recovery remains rapid and I’ll soon be able to continue to pursue the enemies of our nation.

Once again, I just wanted to thank you for all the help and support you have, not only shown me and my family during my time at Walter Reed, but the support you have shown
the 75th Ranger Regiment throughout the years. In these troubled times of our country, your organization has shown me and many others what we continue to fight for.

SSG Thomas

Veterans Day 2016

Veterans Day 2016

A simple thank you to our Veterans hardly seems enough for your loyalty, selflessness and sacrifices made protecting and defending our Country!

God Bless you all!!

We also ask that you continue to pray for the safety of our men and women still in the fight, putting their lives on the line every day.
It’s STILL happening even though you are not reading about it!

1st Batt Rangers supporting LTWF at the Rock N Roll Marathon Savannah

1st Batt Rangers supporting LTWF at the Rock N Roll Marathon Savannah

This past weekend, Rangers from the 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment came out STRONG representing LTWF, in support of their Brothers, at the Rock N Roll Marathon in Savannah!!!

Check these AWESOME guys out!!!!!


St Mary’s Manhasset CYO to Host Veteran’s Day Hoops Clinic for Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund

St Mary’s Manhasset CYO to Host Veteran’s Day Hoops Clinic for Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund

For the 2nd year, the St Mary’s Manhasset CYO is hosting a Veteran’s Day Hoops Clinic Fundraiser for Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund in memory of fallen Army Ranger and Manhasset Resident, Sgt. James Regan.
Last year these cutie kids did an awesome job fundraising for us! For those local Manhasset, NY residents that are interested here are the details below!

When: Friday November 11, 2016. Veteran’s Day
Grades 1 thru 2- Register 8:45AM. Clinic 9-10AM
Grades 3 thru 4- Register 9:45 AM. Clinic 10-11AM
Grades 5 thru 6- Register 10:45 AM. Clinic 11-12:15AM.

Where: Weist Gym- McCann Hall St. Mary’s School

Players: Boys and Girl Grades 1 thru 6

Please write check for $25 per child, made out to “Lead the Way Fund”

Have Fun kids and THANK YOU!

Drexel Hamilton’s Veteran’s Charity Day

Drexel Hamilton’s Veteran’s Charity Day

NEW YORK, Oct. 19, 2016 — Drexel Hamilton, LLC, a service-disabled veteran-owned broker-dealer, announced today that the firm will participate in a second consecutive Veterans Day “Charity Day” in support of America’s veterans.

Building on the success of last year’s event, Drexel Hamilton will donate a portion of its gross equities commissions on Friday, November 11 – Veterans Day –  to Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund and two other reputable Veteran Charities.
“Drexel Hamilton is proud to once again partner with these great organizations that share our mission of serving our returning military heroes,” said Lawrence K. Doll, Chairman and Founder of Drexel Hamilton, who is a service-disabled United States Marine Corps veteran and Purple Heart recipient. “We believe that we need to provide for those who have sacrificed for our country, and are thrilled to be able to contribute to these organizations.”

The Lead the Way Fund was founded by the Gold Star father of an Army Ranger and provides invaluable support to veterans. The Fund was established in honor of Sgt. James J. Regan, who was killed in Iraq on February 9, 2007, during his fourth deployment while serving with the Charlie Company, 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment.

“We have a number of Army Rangers here at Drexel Hamilton, so we know first-hand the extreme circumstances facing those Rangers returning home,” said Doll. “The Lead The Way Fund is doing tremendous work supporting those Rangers, and we’re happy to partner with them for a second consecutive year.”

Those wishing to participate in Drexel Hamilton’s “Charity Day” can contact any sales representative or call the equity trading desk at 212-632-0403.