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The men of Gaithersburg-Rockville Kappa Alpha Psi Alumni Chapter have joined forces with two local organizations serving veterans in an effort to aid local military veterans and their families in the Montgomery County. Our new community partners are Fisher House of Bethesda and Serving Together of Rockville.
The G-Rock Veterans and Families Support program is a new initiative for our Chapter and as we begin to build a relationship with our community partners, we look forward to reaching out to other organizations in an effort to foster a legacy of community service and strengthen the relationship with organizations like Fisher House Bethesda and Serving Together in order to raise awareness about the needs of our veterans and their families.
"The life of a soldier is hard and rewarding. My accomplishments in life are because of the Army and my success in the Army is because of my family. My Army family is my family, and I will do anything in my power to support them."
For the past two years G-Rock Brothers and Family members have volunteered at The Army’s annual Army Ten-Mile Race. The race is conducted in our nation’s capital by the U.S. Army Military District of Washington (MDW). Attracting over 35,000 runners and 900 teams from around the world, the Army Ten-Miler (ATM) exemplifies the Spirit of Sport and the Spirit of a Nation. Participants include military, civilians, wheelchair athletes and wounded warrior athletes. ATM’s mission is to support Army outreach, build morale, and promote physical fitness. Over 900 Soldiers and 900 volunteers support the Army’s “world class” ATM race.
For more information or to receive additional details about G-Rock's Veterans and Families Support program contact:
Toure' Breaker, Committee Chair
Please help us by donating to G-Rock's Veterans and Families Support program. Your donation will go a long way in helping us to support this new Chapter initiative.
"If I could do it all over again, I would not change a thing. The ups and downs of military life have helped mold me into the husband, father, and leader that I am today. There will always be good days and bad days but as long as the good outweigh the bad, and I can continue to make a difference in sailor lives... I am in it for a long haul."