The Fund originally helped support families of military men and women who died in service. When the U.S. government finally stepped up to provide a better level of benefits to those families, the Fund redirected its efforts to wounded soldiers.
To provide advanced care for the often invisible wounds of war, The National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE) opened in 2010 in Bethesda, MD. The Fund is working to establish nine more facilities to give urgently needed care to more troops and closer to home. The first three centers at Fort Belvoir, VA, Camp Lejeune, NC, and Fort Campbell, KY are up and running, while six others are working toward completion.
We invite our community to support the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, to honor the sacrifice made by our veterans and ensure that they receive world-class care.