PHOENIX PATRIOT FOUNDATION
FAMILY SERVICES PROGRAM
The Phoenix Patriot Foundation FAMILY SERVICES PROGRAM is devoted to providing wounded veterans the resources they need to achieve independence and receive the assisted living resources that they need.
GOALS / OBJECTIVES
Often wounded warriors lose limbs while in service to their country, and they have a need to be mobile and serve again. The road to recovery is often long, but veterans have a clear vision and commitment to our nation and a never-ending desire to serve others. The Phoenix Patriot Foundation FAMILY SERVICES PROGRAM strongly desires to help wounded veterans receive the assistance they need in order to facilitate their recovery, and to help build a foundation for their future.
Bo Reichenbach is a Navy SEAL injured when he stepped on an explosive device in Chora, Afghanistan. Bo participated in multiple operations that cleared hundreds of Taliban out of a large village, resulting in peace, prosperity and pride by peace-loving Afghan villagers. At the conclusion of operations, Bo’s unit was profusely and sincerely thanked by local villagers. One particularly moving expression of gratitude was a village elder who said he had been trying to educate girls at an underground improvised school for several years, but because of Bo’s unit he could now do that in the open without fear of reprisal. Bo is a Patriot who made a lasting contribution, which unfortunately also came at great expense.
The Phoenix Patriot Foundation has created “Bo’s House Committee” whose members will be responsible for everything from fundraising to project oversight. This Committee is co-led by Mike Hayes, Bo’s former Commanding Officer at SEAL Team TWO and Blake Bechtel, a Director at PPF. Mike and Blake have independent track records of integrity, dedication and success. This committee will ensure absolute fiscal accountability and efficiency.
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