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Phone: 215-348-9080
10 S Clinton St, Suite 102
Doylestown
Pennsylvania 18901
USA
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Geographic areas served: We are a national foundation.

Programs: We wish to inspire and activate everyone with the generous spirit of those who serve. Selfless service is the heartbeat of our organization. Our military and their families live a life of service and sacrifice daily; their example provides us a framework to come together, community by community as Americans, to help and support one another. Please visit: www.TravisManion.org to learn more about our distinct programs.

Mission:
The Travis Manion Foundation (TMF) is dedicated to assisting our nations’ veterans and the families of our fallen heroes. Since our inception, following the combat death of 1st Lt Travis Manion (USMC) in April 2007, the Travis Manion Foundation has endeavored to support the whole military community by empowering veterans and survivors, telling their stories of strength and service while challenging them along with everyday Americans to take action in their communities.
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05/19/14
I am so grateful for the work that the Travis Manion Foundation is doing, I have been a part of 8 different projects, events, or expeditions. Through their unique approach to the healing process by honoring the fallen through challenging the living, I have personally seen peoples lives transformed. ... more »
05/16/14
The Travis Manion Foundation is doing an amazing job to bring health and life back to people and places that have forgotten laughter, hope, and joy. After 4 Expeditions with TMF, I am convinced they would continue on even if it meant only one person went home more whole than when they arrived at the... more »
03/12/14
When my husband was killed in Afghanistan in 2012, the Travis Manion Foundation was one of the first organizations to reach out to me. The West Coast director, Amy Looney, met with me personally. Though she did not know my husband, she had taken the time to read about both his life and his death ... more »
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