The Fallen Soldiers Organization, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 246
152 South 2nd Street Lindenhurst NY 11757 USA
Our mission is to help soldiers returning from oversees duty with support services to ease the transition home. To help soldiers recently discharged from the military lead a normal civilian life. To help those soldiers who have been subjected to unfair treatment and unlawful punishment by their units and leaders. To help rehabilitate our soldiers who have been court martial under UCMJ, and give them a second chance to a better future. To give moral and financial support to our fallen soldiers, on a case by case basis, when funds are available. To help relocate and find housing for our soldiers in need.
We spent all of our time this year incorporating the organization and preparing all of the paperwork to obtain our 501c3 status.
Veterans off the United States Military
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Transitioning programs for veterans getting out the military, and care for a soldier programs, where people can write to soldiers in combat zones, and we send out care packages.
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Reviews for The Fallen Soldiers Organization, Inc.
This is a wonderful project that we are trying to get off the ground. Contributions are greatly appreciated to help those in need.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Finding myself not being able to find proper employment or a place to turn to when I got out of the service.
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