The Semper Fi Foundation was founded in 2012 after the tragic loss of LCpl Joshua “Chachi” Corral, USMC. Lance Corporal Corral lost his life from injuries sustained from an IED (Improvised Explosive Device) while serving in combat operations in Afghanistan. It was the wish of LCpl Corral that if he were not to make it home from his deployment, that we take care of his fellow Marines and their families.
We have stayed true to our promise to support United States Marines and their families with creating the Semper Fi Foundation. The foundation is rooted in grass roots efforts to insure we honor those who step forward to serve the United States of America and volunteer to fight for our freedom and liberty.
In just the short time we have been in existence, we have had overwhelming success. It is not about headlines or politics. It’s about the men and women in your community that are willing to sacrifice all to protect family, friends and millions whom they have never even met. We hope you will join us in providing support and services to those who are serving and those who have served. Many of these Marines are returning home and need your help in either recovering from serious injuries or just simply re-entering civilian life. In some cases, these Marines do not return at all, and we as a nation, need to be there for their family for support and comfort.
Thank you for taking the time to learn more about the Semper Fi Foundation and we look forward to your support.