Non-Profit Helping Injured Veterans and Civil Service Members Through Advanced Prosthetic and Service Dog Programs

4 the Fallen is a non-profit helping injured Veterans and Civil Service members through their Advanced Prosthetic and Service Dog programs nationwide. These programs have been put in place to help Veterans and Civil Service members with the financial burdens faced when getting a High Impact Prosthetic and/or a Service Dog. All donations go directly to support and grow these programs.

During their initial three years of operating 4 the Fallen, Jaime Fregozo and Gregorio Zayas saw the tremendous needs of injured veterans, service members and their families and elected to grow the organization and take a more active role. 4 the Fallen became a 501(c)(3) in 2015 with the goal of partnering with corporations, foundations, advocacy groups, government officials and others to create funds necessary to support their Advanced Prosthetic and Service Dog programs.

We are all about helping our Veterans and Civil Service members who have sacrificed so much for our country. We are a 100% volunteer organization with no administration costs so 100% of all funds raised go to support our Advanced Prosthetic and Service Dog programs. I love being part of this organization and something bigger than myself.

Adam Rummel,
Director of Business Development & Marketing

“We are all about helping our Veterans and Civil Service members who have sacrificed so much for our country,” said Adam Rummel, Director of Business Development & Marketing. “We are a 100% volunteer organization with no administration costs so 100% of all funds raised go to support our Advanced Prosthetic and Service Dog programs. I love being part of this organization and something bigger than myself.”

These programs financially help our Veterans and Civil Service members in there time of need.

Advanced Prosthetic Program

4 the Fallen created their Advanced Prosthetic program to help financially support injured Veterans and Civil Service members that need a prosthetic. This program helps with the cost of purchasing the prosthetic, fittings and travel expenses. 4 the Fallen hopes that with this financial assistance the veteran and/or Civil Service members will get the prosthetic needed to help them live an active lifestyle.

Service Dog Program

4 the Fallen created their Service Dog program to financially help Veterans and Civil Service members that need a service dog. They have partnered with Patriotic Service Dog Foundation to assist veterans and Civil Service members with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) by attaining a certified service dog. This program also will financially help with travel, hotel and other costs that may be involved.

About 4 the Fallen

4 the Fallen is a grass-roots, direct impact organization managed entirely by volunteers. 4 the Fallen was created as an IRS 501(c)(19) by Armed Forces veterans Jaime Fregozo (US Army SFC) and Gregorio Zayas (US Army Major) to raise awareness for injured veterans and fallen heroes. The organization originally conducted Flag Ceremonies at softball tournaments and sporting events throughout the country to honor fallen heroes, Civil Service members and injured veterans. The organization also fields the “4 the Fallen” branded travel softball team, funded through other resources, to help generate awareness for our nation’s heroes.

For more information, visit the 4 the Fallen at http://www.4-thefallen.org

Source: 4 the Fallen