Challenge for Heroes Series “Go for the Goal”

Calling All Lacrosse Teams!

We are excited to announce the 1st Annual “Go for the Goal” Challenge as part of our Challenge for Heroes Series.

Your pledge of $1 per goal during your season will help us continue our goal of providing significant & enduring support for Rangers and families of the 75th Ranger Regiment.

Your donation of $10 will be applied towards the first 10 goals.

If you are interested in helping us help our Heroes by setting up a “Go for the Goal Challenge” for your team please email [email protected] today!

 

SSG Trevor Brunell

“I feel forever indebted to Lead The Way Fund and I’d like to give back in any way I can.”

— SSG Trevor Brunell

Ranger Resiliency Program

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Ranger Activation & Mentor Program (RAMP)

Ranger Activation & Mentor Program (RAMP)

Army Ranger Lead the Way Fund is excited to announce the launch of the Ranger Activation & Mentor Program (RAMP), an initiative built FOR Rangers, BY Rangers. Our goal is to enlist the help of transitioned Ranger and civilian mentors who are willing to provide guidance and assistance to transitioning and already transitioned veterans of the 75th Ranger Regiment through:

 

  • Coaching and access to industry
  • Assistance in entry to federal employment
  • Guidance in the undergraduate admissions process
  • Guidance in the graduate admissions process
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Tradesmanship

Mogadishu Mile 5k Virtual Run/Walk

We are so honored to have been chosen as an OFFICIAL Charity partner of this special race to honor and pay tribute to the Rangers who paid the Ultimate Sacrifice in the Battle of Mogadishu aka Operation Gothic Serpent. Stay tuned for more details on how you can participate virtually and in Columbus, GA if you are in the area on October 3, 2020!

Registration opens at 9am on Wednesday, May 6!  Click HERE TO REGISTER!

 

SFRG Video Tribute

Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund understands the strain and stress the families of the elite 75th Ranger Regiment endure and conservation of the family unit is paramount for the morale and focus of our Rangers.

When a Ranger is deployed, so is his family. The long separations can be challenging and strenuous on everyone. Family Readiness Groups (FRGs), consisting of family members and other volunteers associated with a particular unit, act as First-Responders that serve to enhance the well-being, morale and esprit de corp of the unit.

Through our Ranger Family Health, Wellness and Morale Program, we are able to support the FRGs in ALL companies within the Regiment with significant yearly donations to pay for these all-important family morale-boosting activities so they do not have to.

Thank you to the Senior FRG leaders of the 2d Ranger Battalion for this special tribute video! As long as your families are in the fight, we will be there to support you!

And THANK YOU to our supporters because we could not continue to do this without you!

RLTW!

Spreading Holiday Cheer!

From bowling, to movies to bouncing and more, we were so thrilled to be able to bring Christmas cheer to the Rangers and families of the 75th Ranger Regiment again this year by hosting all of the Battalion and Company Christmas parties.

Thanks to all the FRSAs who worked so hard to make these parties happen and to all of our generous supporters because, without your ongoing dedication, we could not continue to support these wonderful morale boosting activities.

RLTW!!!

 

 

USSOCOM WARRIOR CARE CONFERENCE

 

Great few days at USSOCOM Warrior Care conference in Orlando. It was terrific to see some of our wounded Rangers in action with their adaptive sports.

Adaptive sports are such an empowering force in helping our Rangers through their recovery and rehabilitation. 

 

Chase Stock Runs the Grindstone 100 for LTWF

On Friday, October 4, Chase Stock, an avid supporter of Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund and friend of Jimmy Regan, took to the Alleghany Mountain Range to run the Grindstone 100 (102 MILE trail race).  In what the race director called a race of ‘grit, endurance and a temporary loss of sanity,’ Chase finished the race in an unbelievable 23 hours and 58 minutes and finished 24 out of 300. Chase raised almost $20,000 for LTWF and has done everything he can to help us raise funds for our Rangers and their families. 

SSG (Ret.) Travis Dunn Headed to 2020 Invictus Games

Congratulations to one of our favorite Rangers SGT Travis Dunn who was selected to represent United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) in the 2020 Invictus games, an international adaptive sports event for wounded, injured and ill warriors. In typical Ranger fashion you have that never give up attitude and have never let your injuries get in your way of leading a happy and fulfilling life! We can’t wait to finally break ground on the perfect home for you, Kelley and Sadie soon!!

Premier Lacrosse League Jimmy Regan Teammate Award

We are so honored to have been a part of the inaugural season for the Premier Lacrosse League and even more humbled by having their ‘Teammate Award’ named after Jimmy Regan. Whether playing lacrosse at Chaminade High School, leading the Duke Men’s Lacrosse team to two ACC championships or serving our country as a Fire Team Leader with the elite Special Operations 75th Ranger Regiment, Jimmy was always the consummate team player and a friend to all.

“In a world where you can be anything, be kind”… that was Jimmy Regan.

Congratulations to Adam Ghitelman, Mark Glicini and John Ranagan who have all been nominated for this very special award.

 

Jimmy’s Run & Gold Star Memorial 2019 – Registration is Now OPEN!

Jimmy’s Run & Gold Star Memorial

Sunday, November 17, 2019 – New York City 

Honoring our Fallen
2019 Portrait Honorees

SGT Joshua Rodgers
3d Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment
KIA:  April 27, 2017

 

SGT Cameron Thomas
3d Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment
KIA: April 27, 2017
Master SGT Christopher J. Raguso
MSgt Combat Search Rescue Special Missions Aviator 101st Jolly Green Helicopter Rescue Squadron, USAF
Lt. FDNY E302
Lt. Commack FD Station 4
KIA: March 15, 2018

EVENT SCHEDULE

Jimmy’s Run Down Hero Highway

9:45 AM Registration and T-Shirt Collection on Pier 45

(Christopher Street & West Side Highway)

10:30 AM Introductory Remarks; God Bless America

10:45 AM Run/Walk Begins

Gold Star Memorial Presentation & Post-Race Celebratory Brunch

11:45 AM DOORS OPEN at The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers

(Pier 61 -23rd Street & West Side Hwy)

12:10 PM Memorial Portraits by American Fallen Soldiers Project

RUN, WALK, STROLL …Something For Everyone!

Jimmy’s Run Down Hero Highway, will take place on Sunday, November 17th!

Each year this patriotic and family-friendly 4.5 mile Fun Run/Walk/Stroll and celebratory brunch  pays tribute to our Hero, and beloved friend to so many, SGT James J. Regan and honors the life of our Fallen.

Attendees of all ages will revel in a day filled with moving tributes, amazing camaraderie and great food & drink to help raise money for Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund in support of the Rangers and families of the 75th Ranger Regiment.

Starting at Pier 45, participants will come together for a spirited trip along the West Side Highway, past Ground Zero, and in constant view of Lady Liberty. The festivities continue with a post-race celebratory brunch at the beautiful Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers. Those not interested in participating in the Run/Walk can check-in directly at The Lighthouse.

We are honored to partner again with The American Fallen Soldiers Project to present hand-painted original portraits to the families of two beloved Fallen Rangers. We hope you will join us as we honor those heroes and their families who gave it all to protect our freedom. This event will take place RAIN OR SHINE.

Cost:   Adults –$90; Students – $50; Under 12 – $25 (Kids under 5 Free)

(INCLUDES FULL BRUNCH & COMMEMORATIVE EVENT T-SHIRT) 

  • Online– Registering online below GUARANTEES you a free commemorative event T-shirt and size preference.
  • Mail-In– Send check and waiver to: Lead The Way Fund, Inc., 300 Garden City Plaza, Suite 149, Garden City, NY 11530
  • Walk-up– All forms of payment accepted. All walk-up entry fees increase by $10 on event day.

*All participants MUST sign liability waiver on behalf of yourself and/or your families in order to participate in event.

CAN I SIGN UP TO FUNDRAISE FOR LEAD THE WAY FUND?:  Whether you are able to join us for this special day or not, all friends, families, organizations and groups can participate by helping us raise funds for the Rangers and families of the 75th Ranger Regiment in support of this event. To become a part of Team Army Ranger for this event, click here to set up your personalized fundraising page on Crowdrise.

Is there a fundraising minimum?

There is no minimum but we encourage participants to raise funds to support our programs. Registration fees help offset some of the expenses associated with making Jimmy’s Run & Gold Star Memorial one of our most anticipated yearly events, but fundraising is essential for us to make a difference in the lives of so many in need. 

SPONSOR: Participate in the Army Ranger Lead the Way Fund’s most anticipated and best-attended annual patriotic event with your corporate logo, signage, marketing opportunities, festivities and much more. Every corporate sponsorship dollar frees up more funds to go directly to wounded or deceased U.S. Army Rangers and their families. Click here for more information on sponsorship opportunities. 

CELEBRATE:  Head to The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers for a celebratory brunch. The Lighthouse is located in the Chelsea Piers Sports & Entertainment Complex at 23rd Street and the Hudson River (www.piersixty.com).

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EVENT SCHEDULE

Jimmy’s Run Down Hero Highway

9:45 AM Registration and T-Shirt Collection on Pier 45

(Christopher Street & West Side Highway)

10:30 AM Introductory Remarks; God Bless America

10:45 AM Run/Walk Begins

Gold Star Memorial Presentation & Post-Race Celebratory Brunch

11:45 AM DOORS OPEN at The Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers

(Pier 61 -23rd Street & West Side Hwy)

12:10 PM Memorial Portraits by American Fallen Soldiers Project

REGISTRATION WILL OPEN ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8!

2019 Heroes Golf Classic

2019 Heroes Golf Classic

What an incredible day and night on behalf of our Ranger families at our Heroes Golf Classic yesterday! Thank you to ALL of the great Patriots who attended and showed their love and support of LTWF and Jimmy Regan!!

The list is really endless but a very special thank you to Tim Pond, Steve Corwen, Jimmy O’Neill, Tradeweb, Al Pashcow, Gus Nuzzolese, Brother Tom Cleary, Plandome Country Club and of course our guest of honor SGT Tom Block! We are already looking forward to next year!

2019 Shootout for Soldiers Long Island

2019 Shootout for Soldiers Long Island

It was a fun and inspiring 26 hours at Shootout for Soldiers Long Island! So great to see so many kids (and adults!) playing lacrosse with one goal in mind… supporting our Nation’s heroes!!

Way to go LI for banging it out of the park and thanks for the unwavering support of Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund and our mission!

A special thank you to Harry Jacobs, Mike Nelson, Tom Campolettano and their entire crew for another perfect event!

Ranger Rendezvous 2019 Recap

Ranger Rendezvous 2019 Recap

It was a terrific week at 2019 Ranger Rendezvous filled with a Gold Star Luncheon, an FRG Senior Leader Training Luncheon, Live Tactical Exercises, parachute jump and a beautiful Change of Command ceremony.

Congratulations to COL Todd Brown and his lovely First Lady Mrs. Kristan Brown on taking the helm as the new Commander of the 75th Ranger Regiment and wishing the Tegtmeier family the best of luck on their next adventure!

Rangers Lead The Way!!

LTWF Hosts Private Screening of “Toy Story 4” for the Families of 1/75

LTWF Hosts Private Screening of “Toy Story 4” for the Families of 1/75

With harsh training cycles and long deployments, it’s been challenging for Ranger families to spend quality time together. Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund was thrilled to be able to help spread some cheer and family bonding by sponsoring a private showing of Toy Story 4 for the the families of the 1st Ranger Battalion. The day was made even more complete with door prizes, giveaways, photo booth, movie snacks and tons of enthusiasm for Woody & Buzz!

We look forward to being able to help create more wonderful memories like this for all of our Ranger families who give so much to our great Nation and ask for nothing in return!

RLTW!!!!!

75th Anniversary of D-Day – Rangers at Pointe du Hoc

75th Anniversary of D-Day – Rangers at Pointe du Hoc

#Rangers from the 75th Ranger Regiment climbed the cliffs of Pointe du Hoc June 5 in honor of the Rangers of #WorldWarII

The U.S. Army Rangers tackled some of the toughest missions of World War II and became combat legends. These Rangers set the standards for what we all aspire to and they showed us what was possible. Modern Rangers stand on the shoulders of these great men. 

Rangers Lead the Way!
#RLTW
#DDay75

Welcome Home SGT (Ret.) Tom Block

Dear Friends of Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund,

I wanted to take this brief opportunity to let you know that on May 16, 2019 Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund, along with our partner Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors, had the privilege of presenting SGT (Ret.) Tom Block with the keys to his custom built, completely accessible and mortgage-free home in Derry, New Hampshire.  It was a very exciting day for Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund and the Block Family.

In 2014, Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund was introduced to Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors, who joined us on this incredible journey when we first collaborated to present SFC (Ret.) Cory Remsburg with his state-of-the-art home. It is our continued hope that, together, these Homes that Heal provide our Rangers and their families with the comfort, sense of stability, and, most of all, independence they deserve for their sacrifices.

We are within a few weeks of breaking ground on a home in Florida for SGT (Ret.) Travis Dunn who was paralyzed on a mission in Afghanistan in December 2014.

As you can see, we are quite busy here at Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund and are only picking up steam ensuring that the needs of our Ranger families do not go unmet. We are incredibly grateful for all of the support and involvement you have shown us through the years and are able to make things happen for them because of your continued dedication.

We could not do any of this without you and your unwaivering support.  From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you.

Rangers Lead The Way!

Jim Regan

St. Atty’s Day Fundraiser

St. Atty’s Day Fundraiser

Another awesome night at the St. Atty’s Day fundraiser on behalf of Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund

From the bottom of our hearts we cannot thank the Atwell Family and their hundreds of friends enough for coming out in droves and showing such incredible love and support for LTWF and Jimmy Regan!!

We cannot continue to do what we do for our Rangers and families without great and generous Patriots like you!!

God Bless and THANK YOU! #RLTW #JJR #JR10

Ranger Community Mourns SFC Ethan Carpenter

Ranger Community Mourns SFC Ethan Carpenter

It is with such deep sadness and a heavy heart to share this news about SFC Ethan Carpenter. We at Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund had the pleasure of spending time with Ethan when he volunteered to come to NYC two years ago for Jimmy’s Run and Gold Star Memorial to honor his Fallen comrades, stand sentry to their portraits and support their families.

He was a wonderful person, husband and father and an incredible Ranger. Our thoughts and prayers are with his wife Chana, his daughter Cecila and all of the Ranger Community during this tragic time.

God Bless you SFC Carpenter! You will never be forgotten.

Rangers Lead The Way….

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2019 NYC Marathon Slots Available

2019 NYC Marathon Slots Available

Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund is excited to announce that, through the generosity of the New York Road Runners, we have secured charity slots again for the 2019 TCS NYC Marathon on Sunday, November 3rd.

*Team Army Ranger runners must commit to the minimum fundraising requirement of $3,000 and all runners are responsible for your NYRR registration fee.  If you do not meet your minimum fundraising requirement you will be responsible for the balance owed. 

*Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund will be hosting a pre-race pasta dinner the night before for all of our runners.

*All Team Army Ranger runners will receive Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund running gear including a training shirt, race day pinney, visor and Lead The Way Fund backpack.

All donations go directly into our Ranger Assistance Programs in support of the Rangers and families of the 75th Ranger Regiment.

Please email [email protected] for more information in securing a slot.

Thank you for your support!

Rangers Lead The Way

Congratulations 1st Ranger Battalion – Valorous Awards

Congratulations to the Rangers of the 1st Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment on this incredible feat against our Nation’s enemies and to all of the Rangers who received valor awards for their heroism, including the daughter of Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Celiz, who was killed during the deployment.

Since 9/11 our Rangers have been on the front lines, leading the way on this continuing Global War on Terrorism – they are still in the fight!

As always, Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund is proud to stand by the side of our Rangers and their families and will continue to do what it takes to support their needs!Rangers Lead The Way!

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LTWF Named Official Charity Partner of Premier Lacrosse League

We are so honored to have been chosen as an official partner of Premier Lacrosse League and PLL Assists! Looking forward to a great season ahead and so appreciative of the support from the best of the best lax players around!

PLL Assists is committed to supporting American Veterans and honoring their service to the country. The PLL will provide a dedicated number of tickets to each game to Veterans, create opportunities for players to spend time with Veterans in local markets and will honor a community hero at every game all season long.

 

HealthChannels Fore the Brave Pro-Am Charity Golf Tournament

HealthChannels Fore the Brave Pro-Am Charity Golf Tournament

It was a great day and night at the HealthChannels ScribeAmerica Fore the Brave Pro-Am Charity Golf Tournament fundraiser in our honor to help us raise funds and awareness for the ongoing financial support we provide to the Rangers and families of the 75th Ranger Regiment!

Special thanks to SGT (Ret.) Travis Dunn, Kelley and Sadie for coming to support LTWF and the event run by former 1/75 Ranger, Michael Murphy MD.

We couldn’t continue to do what we do without great Patriots like you! Rangers Lead The Way!

Rangers Lead The Way! 

Ranger Community Mourns SGT Cameron Meddock

Ranger Community Mourns SGT Cameron Meddock

It is with deep sadness and heavy hearts to share the news that SGT Cameron Meddock succumbed yesterday to injuries he sustained while in combat, valiantly and heroically fighting enemy forces in Afghanistan.

SGT Meddock leaves behind his beautiful pregnant wife Stevie and an extraordinary, loving family.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire Meddock/Nickel family. Please know we will continue to stand by your side.

May God Bless you all.

RANGERS LEAD THE WAY
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The 75th Ranger Regiment

U.S. Army Ranger Dies of Wounds

FORT BRAGG, N.C. – An Army Ranger died on January 17th, from wounds received during combat operations January 12 in Badghis Province, Afghanistan while serving with Company A, 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment based at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington.

Sgt. Cameron A. Meddock, 26, of Spearman, Texas, died Jan. 17, 2019, in Landstuhl, Germany, as a result of wounds sustained from small arms fire on Jan. 12, 2019, in Badghis Province, Afghanistan.

“Sergeant Cameron Meddock is one of America’s precious Sons. The entire Nation should strive to emulate the Warrior, Patriot and Husband that Cameron was. The 75th Ranger Regiment will forever honor Sergeant Cameron Meddock and his family will forever be a member of our Ranger family,” said Colonel Brandon Tegtmeier, Commander of the 75th Ranger Regiment.
Meddock enlisted in the U.S. Army November 14, 2014.

He completed One Station Unit Training as an Infantryman, the Basic Airborne Course and the Ranger Assessment and Selection Program 1 at Fort Benning, Georgia.

Lieutenant Colonel Rob McChrystal, Commander of 2nd Ranger Battalion further stated that “Sergeant Cameron Meddock was a phenomenal Ranger, and his selfless service represents the very best of our great Nation. He will be missed dearly and the 2nd Ranger Battalion offers its sincerest condolences to his family.”

Following successful completion of Ranger Assessment and Selection Program Level 1, Meddock was assigned to Company A, 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment where he served as a machine gunner, automatic rifleman, gun team leader and most recently as a fire team leader.

His military education includes the U.S. Army Ranger Course, Basic Airborne Course, Basic Leader Course, and Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape Course.

Meddock’s awards include a Purple Heart, a Joint-Service Commendation for Combat, the Army Achievement Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters, Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal with Campaign Star, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon, and the NATO Medal. He was on his second deployment in support of Operation Resolute Support.

Meddock’s decorations include the Ranger Tab, Parachutists Badge, Expert Infantryman’s Badge, Combat Infantryman’s Badge, and the Expert Marksmanship Qualification Badge for a Rifle.

2019 NYC Half Marathon Slots Available

2019 NYC Half Marathon Slots Available

Dear Friends and Supporters of Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund,

We are pleased to announce that we have secured charity slots again this year for the 2019 United Airlines NYC Half Marathon which will take place on Sunday, March 17th.

The 13.1 mile race will start at Prospect Park in Brooklyn, before crossing the Manhattan Bridge, running through Times Square, and finishing in Central Park.

All funds raised through this event go directly into our Ranger Assistance Programs to help support the Rangers and families of the 75th Ranger Regiment.

Please note:

*Team Army Ranger runners are required to cover their race entry fee of $145 (for non-members) and all runners MUST commit to meeting the minimum fundraising requirement of $1500. Should you not meet the fundraising requirement you will be responsible for the remainder of the balance.

*All runners will be supported with Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund racing gear including a performance training shirt, race day pinney, visor, gear bag and more.

To join Team Army Ranger, or for more information about this running event, please email [email protected]

Regards,

Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund

Ranger Community Mourns SGT Leandro Jasso

Sending our deepest prayers and condolences to the family and loved ones of SGT Leandro Jasso who was killed this weekend fighting against enemy forces in Afghanistan, while serving with honor with the 2D Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment.

It has been a tough few weeks for our Ranger families to say the least. Please hold them in your prayers and remember that, since 9/11, elements of the 75th Ranger Regiment have been continuously deployed in support of the Global War on Terrorism.

May God Bless the family of SGT Jasso and all of our Rangers who are still on the front lines fighting to protect our freedom.

Rangers Lead The Way!

Jimmy’s Run & Gold Star Memorial Thank You

Jimmy’s Run & Gold Star Memorial Thank You

Just a few photos of yesterday’s spectacular day at Jimmy’s Run & Gold Star Memorial where we honored our Fallen Rangers SGT James J. Regan, SGT Dale Brehm and SPC Christopher Gathercole and paid tribute to all of our Veterans.

Special thank you to The Gathercole Family, The Brehm Family, Brother Tom Cleary, COL Ken Burgess, The Yonkers Fire Department Pipe & Drum Band, The Meade Brothers, The American Fallen Soldiers Project, our sponsors White & Case, Under Armour & Citi and all of the countless volunteers who helped make this day happen – we couldn’t do it without you!

And to all of our loyal and faithful supporters… thank you for your unwavering dedication to LTWF and helping us ensure these great warriors are never forgotten!

Rangers Lead The Way!!

Just a few photos of yesterday’s spectacular day at Jimmy’s Run & Gold Star Memorial where we honored our Fallen Rangers SGT James J. Regan, SGT Dale Brehm and SPC Christopher Gathercole and paid tribute to all of our Veterans.

Special thank you to The Gathercole Family, The Brehm Family, Brother Tom Cleary, COL Ken Burgess, The Yonkers Fire Department Pipe & Drum Band, The Meade Brothers, The American Fallen Soldiers Project, our sponsors White & Case, Under Armour & Citi and all of the countless volunteers who helped make this day happen – we couldn’t do it without you!

And to all of our loyal and faithful supporters… thank you for your unwavering dedication to LTWF and helping us ensure these great warriors are never forgotten!

Rangers Lead The Way!!

Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund Gala

Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund Gala

From the bottom of our hearts we cannot thank everyone enough who attended Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund’s Gala last night and for your patriotism and dedication to our mission.
 
To our SGT James J. Regan Lifetime Achievement Award recipients, General Joseph Votel & Mr. Steve Cohen, it was our honor to present these awards to you and we thank you again for your presence and support.
 
To our Host Committee and all of the incredible donors in the room – you are all amazing and we could not continue to make the impact we do on the lives of the Rangers and families of the 75th Ranger Regiment without you!
 
Here are a few preview photos from the night! More to come…
RANGERS LEAD THE WAY!
 

8th Annual Original Energy Dinner

8th Annual Original Energy Dinner

It’s our pleasure to invite you to join us for the: Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund 8th Annual Dinner!

All donations (excluding ticketing fee) are tax deductible. 100% of the proceeds go to the LEAD THE WAY.

Thank you for your support!

Lead The Way Fund, Inc. is a non-profit organization established to raise funds in support of disabled U.S. Army Rangers and the families of Rangers who have died, have been injured or are currently serving in harm’s way around the world. Lead The Way Fund, Inc. will provide spouses and children of deceased, disabled or active duty Rangers with assistance for health and wellness programs and other services determined to be vital to the family’s well-being, beyond what the government can offer.

For any special accommodations or questions please feel free to contact us at [email protected]

We look forward to seeing you there!
Original Energy, Milbrook Properties, Affiliated Adjustment Group & Wolinetz Management