A Message of Support from LSF CEO, Tom Fordyce
The news coming from Afghanistan has caused Veterans and their families some tremendous heartbreak and a flood of emotions. Our Nation’s Veterans have sacrificed life and limb during the war in Afghanistan. Witnessing the current events unfold in Afghanistan has led many Veterans and Family members through a variety of emotions including sadness, guilt, and rage. These thoughts and feelings are valid and understood.
Lone Survivor Foundation is here to support you at no cost to you. The service of our Nation’s Veterans is not in vain – their sacrifices matter and we will continue to honor and support our brave military.
Things you can do for support:
- Request a Counselor or Mindfulness Check-in: LSF Check-In Request Form – Lone Survivor Foundation
- Visit our Resources Page: Resources – Lone Survivor Foundation
- Call/Text/Visit a Veteran or Family Member
- Family Members: Visit Tragedy Assistance Program For Survivors (TAPS) for resources.
At LSF, this is personal, as some of our very own Team Members are Veterans of the Afghanistan war – we understand, and we stand with you during this difficult time.
Chief Executive Officer, Lone Survivor Foundation