...here for those who are there for us®
Founded in 2003, Cause organizes programs that support recreation, relaxation and resiliency for thousands of injured service men and women facing months of medical care and rehabilitation far from home and family. These programs are designed to bring a bit of pain relief, relaxation and fun into what are often very challenging circumstances. But they also serve a much more serious purpose: that of helping wounded warriors begin the normalization process and the re-entry to home and community as they take their long journey back to health
The Veterans Day Gala & Silent Auction celebrates the critical work of Cause, its volunteers, and the countless people who support the ongoing care and treatment of our nations wounded, ill, and injured service members and their families.
We welcome volunteers from all walks of life who are passionate about helping America's military wounded. We have weekday, weekend, and evening opportunities available, and we can work around your schedule.
Cause announced that the 2019 London Medal for Distinguished Service will be awarded to Mr. Kenneth Fisher of Fisher House Foundation. The Medal presentation will occur during the 2019 Veterans Day Benefit Gala on November 10, 2019, at the Army Navy Country Club in Arlington, VA.
Our 2018 Annual Report. Cause's impact and service to our wounded warriors, their families and strengthening our military community. We continue to live our mission and motto....here for those who are there for us.
A great story of resiliency and honor by our friend Retired Marine Sgt. John Peck. He was recently our guest speaker at our annual Veteran's Day Benefit Gala, and his story was inspiring. We also enjoyed the story of how we came to meet Sgt. Peck, upon his arrival at one of the local military hospitals. We're glad we're able to continue providing support to Sgt. Peck and all other wounded warriors.
We're honored to have Sgt. Peck share his story and the impact Cause has had with his recovery.