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Honoring Sandrino’s Sacrifice Fund would like to thank you for your support and contribution to our organization in 2022. We are proud to say that you are all a part of our journey in keeping Sandrino’s legacy alive.

The fund’s executive board is honored to announce that we have donated $36,000 this year to the continued success of the following organizations. These organizations all play large roles in the lives of our nation’s heroes and their families, especially some of Sandrino’s close Ranger brothers and their families.


  • 1/75 Sua Sponte Foundation: non-profit organization that directly supports the warriors and families of the 1st Ranger Battalion, specifically those wounded or killed in action. The organization built and maintains the 1/75 Memorial at Hunter Army Airfield in Savannah, GA ( Currently, the organization is raising funds to build the 1st Ranger Battalion Heritage Center, an on-post meeting and recreation facility for Rangers to meet and share camaraderie. The Heritage Center will be adjacent to the Ranger Memorial and be used for Rangers and their families for meetings, ceremonies and recreation.


  • Feherty’s Troops First Foundation: non-profit organization that works to provide meaningful assistance to our military that have been wounded while serving in Iraq and Afghanistan through several programs and events specifically designed for OIF/OEF combat-wounded service members and their families. ( 


  • The Lead The Way Fund, Inc.: non-profit organization that supports disabled U.S. Army Rangers and the families of fallen Rangers (


  • GallantFew Inc.: non-profit organization dedicated to reducing US Army Ranger veterans unemployment and homelessness as well as eliminate Ranger veteran suicide by a unique program of one-on-one mentoring (


  • The Joshua Chamberlain Society: 501 (c) 3 charity whose mission is to make wounded veterans and families of deceased veterans feel the support and appreciation of their community for life. The organization provides long-term support to veterans that have sustained permanent combat injuries fighting the long war on terror for our nation, and to also provide long-term support to the children of veterans who have made the ultimate sacrifice in our service. This organization generously supports one of Sandrino’s fellow Ranger buddies, SFC Cory Remsburg, and has committed to covering his utilities for the rest of his life! SFC Remsburg was critically wounded in 2009 on his tenth deployment.


  • Everett James Katzenberger Education Fund: Everett’s father, Staff Sergeant Jeremy Katzenberger, was Sandrino’s close friend who was killed in action on June 14, 2011 when Everett was just eight months old.


Thank you again for all your support as this would not be possible without each and every one of you! 





Honoring Sandrino’s Sacrifice Fund, Inc.

Executive Board & Golf Committee  

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