Chapter 47 participates in and actively supports a number of non-profit organizations that benefit Special Forces veterans in our membership area.

Organizations that gladly accept your support and donations are:

Disabled American Veterans

Disabled American Veterans is an organization of disabled veterans focused on building better lives for disabled veterans and their families. The organization accomplishes this goal by providing free assistance to veterans in obtaining all the benefits and services earned through their military service.

Green Beret Foundation

The GBF provides direct and continuous support to the Green Beret Community and its families. The foundation facilitates the transition of Green Berets and their families whether that transition is from wounds sustained in combat, illness, injury or “merely” from numerous deployments and/or retirement.

Special Forces Charitable Trust

Special Forces Charitable Trust is an organization that provides personalized service, support and advocacy solely for active duty and retired Special Forces qualified personnel and their families. The SFCT is the information, resource and referral provider 501c3 organization for the SF community.

Special Forces Scholarship Fund

The Special Forces Scholarship Fund (SFSF) will recognize the service of Green Beret families by awarding merit-based post secondary educational scholarships to the daughters and sons of current and veteran Special Forces Soldiers. The SF Scholarship Fund provides, for the first time in the 59 year history of the Green Berets, a merit-based scholarship opportunity for the children of Army Special Forces. This is the only fund whose sole purpose is to provide scholarships to children of Green Berets.

VSA, Oregon

The primary mission of Veteran Sportsman Alliance is to get injured and disabled Veterans out of the house and hospital, and into the therapeutic surroundings of nature and outdoor adventure. VSA has enabled our heroes that have suffered double and triple amputations to experience outdoor adventures they most likely would not be capable of doing on their own. VSA has sponsored deer and hog hunts, as well as tuna, bass, and salmon fishing trips. VSA is currently organizing kayaking, hiking, and golf trips as well. Even more exciting, the VSA & Hot Rod Service Company have been working on a Mustang Project and will soon be scheduling “Track Day Events,” and putting our Veterans behind the wheel at race tracks across America.


The Troop Triumph organization utilizes Adaptive Skiing, a form of skiing that enables veterans with disabilities to participate in Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding using specialized equipment.


Established in 2005 to provide Special Operations Forces (SOF) Wounded, Ill, or Injured Service Members and their families advocacy after life changing events in order to navigate through recovery, rehabilitation, and reintegration as quickly as possible, strengthening SOF readiness.  Whether you are returning operational status, moving into a different field or transitioning into veteran status, the USSOCOM Warrior Care Program (Care Coalition) will help you get there.


The Task Force Dagger Foundation Supports Wounded, Ill, or Injured Special Operations service members and their families.


Seeks to enable all veterans to move forward in their lives after military service. We will strive to provide transitional housing, plus shelter for homeless service men and woman. To Ensure all veterans receive the support through employment, family counseling, and help with well deserved benefits. We will work with all veteran agencies in the community, we will achieve a much needed hand up, not a hand out for our homeless veterans.


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