Captain Scott Corwin Foundation
November 2, 2011
We have been supporters and contributors to the Corwin Foundation since it began. Captain Scott Corwin was an outstanding officer, and leader whose life was tragically cut short. The foundation bearing his name is a tribute to Scott and his family. We have been privileged to work two of the functions arranged by the Scott Corwin Foundation. In San Antonio, the Army-Texas A&M football game and "Tail Gate" for the wounded from Brooks Army Hospital, and the Army-VMI football game and "Tail Gate" at West Point, for the wounded from Walter Reed Army Hospital. These were special events for both the warriors and for us. Rest assured that your contributions will go directly to inspire high school students and to demonstrate our appreciation of our country's warriors. The Foundation's administration costs are low, because Captain Corwin's family and friends (many West Point classmates) are the leaders and the board members. The money goes to the cause!
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Promoting the welfare of wounded military personnel.
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Recruit more donations.
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