Stand for The Troops (SFTT), the non-partisan (501 (c) 3) advocate for America’s frontline troops, has two main initiatives:
SFTT’s B.E.S.T. BASIC FIVE Campaign works to give our fighting men and women the best chance to make it home alive and in one piece by getting them the best personal combat gear: body armor, helmets, rifles, sidearms and boots.
SFTT’s PTS Initiative includes mobilizing a top medical task force to give our seriously traumatized warriors access to the latest Post Traumatic Stress (“PTS”)/Traumatic Brain Injury (“TBI”) therapies, collaborating with CDS Warrior Salute on a Rochester-based Pilot Treatment Program, and developing a resource for those seeking more local treatment. The initiative is top priority since PTS affects 1 in every 5 soldiers—20%—returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
For those who wish to submit your membership contribution by check, please make the check payable to SFTT and send to the following address:
PO Box 11179
Greenwich, CT 06831
Members can opt to receive flash updates, a Membership card and a vehicle decal. Members who donate $100 or more can request a complimentary T-shirt.
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Stand For The Troops (“SFTT”) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Educational Foundation established by the late Col. David H. Hackworth and his wife Eilhys England to insure that our frontline troops have the best available leadership, equipment and training.
In the past four-plus years SFTT'S active campaign has focused on ensuring America's frontline troops get the best available individual protective equipment and combat gear.
Donations and contributions from concerned Americans help fund the SFTT website.
Includes rare footage from Hack's memorial service at Fort Myers Chapel and burial in Arlington National Cemetery.
All donations received from purchasing of The Hackworth Memorial DVD go to Stand For The Troops a 501 (c) 3 non-profit, non-partisan apolitical foundation established by Hack and his wife Eilhys to make sure that America's front-line forces—the kids Hack loved out at the tip of the spear—always have the right training, leadership and equipment to meet their assigned missions and make it home alive and in one piece.