Cartoonist, Bruce Higdon, receiving a Certificate of Appreciation & unit coin from the WTB XO. Bruce is not only a professional cartoonist, but a retired Army officer who often travels with the USO doing caricatures for troops around the globe. We are truly blessed to call him one of our angels! – Fort Campbell Fisher House
Y’all…The BAMC Auxiliary #fisherhousegolf17 charity tournament would not have happened without the dedication and sacrifice of Liz Wilson Huang. You are definitely volunteer of the year. We were so happy to recognize you and all your efforts at BAMC the other day! ⛳️❤️
First Command Financial Services proudly presents a donation of $6,000 to the Fort Campbell Fisher House! Thanks everyone for your participation and support to our Military Families!
❤️Do you have any questions on how to get involved?
You need to get to know our new Volunteer Coordinator, Ms. Toni Odom! …
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We are so grateful to Toni for volunteering her time to take on such an important role on our team! Learn more about Toni here:
IHG Army Hotels – Fort Gordon presented a check to the Fort Gordon Fisher House on March 16, 2017. The donation were raised by team members of IHG Army Hotels – Fort Gordon for the past two months by making a donation to wear jeans. See attached picture taken. Pictured from left to right, Ms. Alexis Mathews and Mr. Francisco Cruz.
We would like to thank Armed Forces Financial Network and Fort Bragg Federal Credit Union for their continued support. This year marks the 14th year of the AFFN Military Community Support Program and their support of the Fisher House Foundation and our homes!! Visit Fort Bragg Federal Credit Union at https://www.fortbraggfcu.org/
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Relay from Fort Benning to Fort Gordon raises thousands of dollars
Several men crossed the distance from Fort Benning to Fort Gordon to raise money for the Fisher House and patients at the Eisenhower Medical Center.
The relay runners ran about 10-12 hours a day and crossing over 250 miles total–from Buena Vista to Augusta.
The small group managed to raise $5,300 for the Eisenhower Medical Center and Fisher House of Fort Gordon.
Both facilities work toward the treatment of military personnel and that’s all the inspiration this group needed.
“We just feel like, in today’s time, the people that protect our nation sometimes do not get the recognition, support, and just love that they deserve,” said runner Chad Waters.
Reaching the finish line at the Fisher House was a big enough reward.
“They always have a tremendous reception here for us and make us feel so welcome,” said Ray Miller, completing the relay for the fifth time. “It’s just a great feeling.”
The group comes from the Millen area, with only two having military experience.
And their dedication has not gone unnoticed.
“Having individuals that are willing to take the time of their life to put an event like this together, and do this for our Fisher House at Fort Gordon, means a whole lot,” said Francisco Cruz, the Fisher House manager at Fort Gordon.
It’s a tough four-day relay that serves as a major drain on the runner’s spirits.
“Well, every year about this time, guys say, ‘I’m not sure about next year,'” said Miller.
All that doubt gets trampled when they finally see what they have been running for.
“When we turn that corner there and we see the soldiers and we see the Fisher House–it’s been a long four days and it just makes it all worth it,” said Waters.
You can contribute to their cause here.
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