United States of America

The Night Stalker Foundation was founded in October 2009 as a 501c3. Rated 4 Stars by Charity Navigator, the Night Stalker Foundation is committed to supporting 160th SOAR(A) Families and Unit Members through:
* Family Resiliency Programs (SOAR Family Collaborative)
* College Scholarships
* Support for our Families of the Fallen
* Preserve the legacy of the 160th SOAR(A)

The 160th was formed in response to our country’s need for a unique night-flying aviation rotary wing capability. After failing to rescue the hostages in Iran, the U.S. Army formed the 160th with the motto of “Never Again.” From its inception in 1981, Night Stalkers have fought and bled in every combat action this nation has embarked upon. This relatively small unit has nearly 100 names on its Memorial Wall, demonstrating the resolve of these brave men, women and Families. We will ensure that the unit’s motto of “Night Stalkers Don’t Quit” continues as we care for those who serve this storied organization. Partner with us and enable these great Warrior and Families.

  • Education and Skills
  • Family Support
  • Online Resources
  • Pastoral Care
  • Peer Support
  • Resources

Details

nightstalkerfoundation.com

info@nightstalkerfoundation.com

Services

  • Not-for-profit

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