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  • April 2019 SITREP

    On March 6th, while in NYC for the 2019 Benefit, NSF closed the markets by Ringing the Closing Bell at Nasdaq! Foundation board members, ambassadors, and staff participated in the live ceremony in the heart of NYC–Times Square! Thank you to Nasdaq for sharing the Foundation’s work with a live audience of millions!

  • March 2019 SITREP

    We are so excited to share that the NSF has once again received a 4-Star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest and most-referenced independent evaluator of national charities. In addition, NSF scored a perfect 100 on the charitable watchdog’s ranking system for the fourth year in a row.

  • February 2019 SITREP

    The Navy SEAL Foundation is excited to welcome Vice Admiral (RET.) Sean Pybus as the new chairman of the Foundation’s board of directors, replacing Rear Admiral (RET.) Garry Bonelli who completed his term as of January 31st.

  • January 2019 SITREP

    While attached to Task Unit Bruiser in Ramadi, Iraq in 2006, a sniper’s bullet struck SO2 Ryan Job’s rifle. Pieces of the shattered weapon tore through his face, destroying one eye and severing the optic nerves of the other. Job died several years later following complications of facial reconstructive surgery. The Navy SEAL Foundation was honored to support the presentation of a replica of Job’s shadow box that hangs in the SEAL Team THREE classroom, along with an engraved knife and a wooden American flag with over 130 Tridents tacked to the flag, to his surviving family.

  • December 2018 SITREP

    On Monday, November 26th, the New York Stock Exchange welcomed the Navy SEAL Foundation to the Trading Floor to ring The Closing Bell in recognition of
    our important mission and the work we do in support of SEALs and their families.

  • November 2018 SITREP

    This month the Navy SEAL Foundation supported 48 wounded, ill and injured requests which included logistical family support, required rehabilitation equipment, veteran medical support for combat sustained injuries, casualty checks, medical board stipend support, respite child care, and other financial assistance.


    On September 19, the Navy SEAL Foundation celebrated the establishment of our new west coast location with a grand opening event. The official ribbon cutting ceremony and community open house were attended by many of our closest friends in Coronado, local dignitaries, military leaders, and community members. The office is centrally located in downtown Coronado off B Avenue, and it serves as a resource center for SEALs and NSW personnel on the west coast.


    Through our Veteran Crisis Assistance Program, NSF provides crucial resources, tragedy assistance funds, and transition support to NSW veterans in need. We work to quickly respond to the needs of our NSW veteran families, ensuring those who have served with dignity and honor have the resources they need to face life’s challenges.

  • August 2018 SITREP

    We are pleased to announce the recent hiring of retired SEAL Chris Irwin to the position of Director of Development for the West
    Coast Region.

  • July 2018 SITREP

    This month the Navy SEAL Foundation supported 17 requests under our Warrior & Family Support pillar. In one case, the infant of an active-duty SEAL experienced significant complications following birth, and because of these complications they now require around-the-clock care and attention.