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Dear Supporter,
If you've been reading recent emails from Code of Support, you have seen the faces of some of the people we have been helping and learned of the real impact our support has had on their lives. There is nothing more rewarding than knowing that you have helped change peoples lives for the better. That's why I get up every morning with a renewed sense of purpose.
Our website has a "Get Help" button for service members, veterans and their families to give us the information we need to get started with their case and pull together the varied resources they need to get back on their feet and make their family whole. Those two words on our website are the full extent of the publicity we have used to let our heroes know about the unique services we have been providing. The truth is that word of mouth alone, plus referrals we get from the VA and other organizations like the Wounded Warrior Project® keep us running at (or beyond) full capacity. We simply could not handle the workload if we made a broader public announcement. Unfortunately, that means that a lot of those who are struggling are not getting the help that we could be giving them.
Of course the reason for all of this is that our resources are limited. Now that we have a proven model for our unique approach to support, along with a collaboration tool that we have built to make this process more efficient, we are stepping up our fundraising efforts to bring our operations to scale. This includes asking people like you and a broader slice of the general public to help us make an even bigger difference.
Yours in service,

MG Alan B. Salisbury, Ret.
CEO & Founder
Code of Support Foundation

Thank you!

It's people like you that help service members, veterans and their families in crisis by supporting our case coordination program.

This year we have already helped over 250 veterans and their families get the critical, one-on-one assistance they need and deserve. Two of those people are, Dylan & Haley, the children of a veteran who came to us in crisis. With your help we were able to help their entire family get the help they needed. We were able to provide them with food, warm clothes for the winter and we even put on a special thanksgiving dinner with our team to bring a little more joy to their holiday season.

Without supporters and people like you, we couldn't provide the critical help our veterans and their families need. So we wanted to pass this thank you on from Dylan & Haley.


Marine Corps Marathon

Run in Support of our service members, veterans and their families

If you follow us on Facebook or Twitter you probably know that we have bibs to run the 40th Marine Corps Marathon!

And in case you don't follow us on social media, we have bibs for the 40th Marine Corps Marathon!

We need your help to raise money for our service members, veterans and their families in crisis and what better way than to run the Marine Corps Marathon. If you, or a friend are interested in running in this premier event and want to help support military and veteran families let us know at or check out our website for more info.


Summer Intern

Jian White

Jian is from Ann Arbor, Michigan and is the daughter of a veteran. She is currently a junior at Bryn Mawr College where she is studying sociology with a minor in Russian. This summer she is helping with communications and furthering the development of the Warrior, Veteran, Family Support National Collaborative.

"My favorite thing about interning at Code of Support is working with such amazing people that are so passionate, from the ground-up, about helping service members, veterans and their families get the help they need."

Summer Intern

Mickey Crouch

Michelle or "Mickey" was born and raised in Alexandria, VA. She is currently a senior at Dickinson College, where she is studying sociology. This summer she is supporting the development of PARTIOTnet, COSF's cloud-based technology tool that connects local service providers with national veteran resources.
"It has been an honor to be a part of an organization like Code of Support because I know that the work they do will truly make a difference in the lives of service members, veterans, and their families."

Provide critical help for our veteran and military families in crisis by joining the Yellow Ribbon Corps.  At just $10 a month you can make a huge difference in the lives of our service members, veterans and their families.

Code of Support Foundation is looking for a Case Coordinator/ Veteran Peer Navigator to work directly with our Service Members, Veterans and their Families to get them the help they need. Click below to find out more!

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