WHAT: The NSHF Annual Golf Tournament includes an 18-hole Scramble on an award winning course, a gourmet lunch and dinner, hosted reception, live raffle, plus Closest to the Pin and Longest Drive contests.
ENS Chastity Dunnaville has known the U.S. Navy since she was a child; her mother and several relatives are now retired from naval service.
HM3 James Raffetto was assigned to the Marines of 1st Reconnaissance and, while in Afghanistan in August 2010, he was severely injured by an improvised explosive device (IED) blast.
HM2 Jacob Emmott, “Doc Emmott” was on deployment with the 1st Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment in Afghanistan when he was injured.
GM3 Paul Hurley was deployed to Bahrain as part of anti-piracy security team. One night, his car was broadsided in a hit and run accident. He ended up with two badly broken legs and one had to be amputated.
John Crabtree is a retired Senior Chief EOD. A few years ago in Iraq, he was disarming an IED when it went off. His buddy was killed instantly and he was seriously wounded. He was transported to Bethesda and that's where he learned that he'd be blind for life.
Commander Kim Lebel was deployed as an IA to Afghanistan as part of an imbedded medical training team. One day, during a PT run, she was shot. She was airlifted out with a badly wounded arm. Her medical condition improved, but what she needed was a little non-medical help.
The Navy Safe Harbor Foundation is dedicated to supporting the recovery of seriously wounded, ill, and injured Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, and their families
by assisting them with resources not currently provided by government or community resources.
The Navy Safe Harbor Foundation (NSHF) is an IRS recognized 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit organization.
NSHF © 2012 – The NSHF is not affiliated with the United States Navy, Coast Guard or Department of Defense.
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