Please consider donating to TowerCares through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), which starts annually in September and ends in January. Donations are tax-deductible. The TowerCares Foundation’s CFC number is 23594. For details, speak to your CFC representative.

An elderly Veteran in hospice care receiving a final salute as a thank you for his service to our country. A young cancer patient attending summer camp where she can just be a kid and forget her illness for a while. A homeless Veteran learning new job skills to help her get back into the workforce and back on her feet.

These are just a few examples of people in need in our community that have benefited through grants and donations from the TowerCares Foundation. To date, we have donated over $2.4 million to local organizations that support our mission.

None of the work we do would be possible without the generosity of our donors!

Thanks to TowerCares and donors like you…

  • Hospice of the Chesapeake in Pasadena, Md. hosted a special Veterans Day event honoring Veterans and their families for their service, and provided Honor Salutes, where USNA midshipmen offer a final salute to Veterans in hospice care.
  • Soldiers, Veterans, DoD civilians and their families based at Fort Meade, Md., were able to connect with local wellness programs, area schools, housing, mental health services, substance abuse counseling and more through a kiosk with software provided by the TowerCares Foundation in the new Resiliency & Education Center at Kuhn Hall.
  • Over 100 at-risk youth in Anne Arundel County, Md. were able to attend their local Boys & Girls Clubs through a transportation grant from TowerCares. The Clubs serve at-risk youth and provide a safe and supportive environment with a focus on outreach, community service, academic success and career preparation.
  • Make-A-Wish® Mid-Atlantic was able to grant life-changing wishes of children with critical illnesses, whose parents are active duty, reserve or Veterans, through TowerCares’ support of the Uniformed Services Family Wish Fund. Many of the children reside in the Baltimore/Washington area or are being treated at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Click here to watch a video about the Make-A-Wish Uniformed Services Family Wish Fund.
  • The Travis Manion Foundation empowered Veterans and families of fallen heroes to help develop character in future generations, and to assist Veterans in their transition from service, through the Character Does Matter program. The program leverages the skills of our military community as role models, educating youth on character and leadership, developing meaningful relationships, and improving their well-being and mental health. Veterans volunteer as mentors to inspire students to live a life of service, leadership, and integrity.

…and so much more!

To see all of the great organizations we support and the impact TowerCares is having on the community, click here.