Heroes Among Us
Contributor to Veteran Causes
Our Board of Directors:
Sean Riley - President: Sean is a graduate of the US Air Force Academy and a 27 year veteran of the US Air Force. He also was a pilot for American Airlines for 32 years. He holds a Masters Degree from the University of Texas @Dallas. He is very active in veteran affairs in the North Texas area
Judy Fulton - Treasurer: Judy joined HAU early in the program as a volunteer but has taken on more responsibilities, including those of Treasurer.
Lew Duckwall - Director: Lew is a medically retired combat Marine and Purple Heart recipient. He is the founder and president of Patriot Anglers North Texas and is passionate about service to our wounded warriors.
All board Members serve on a volunteer basis and receive no compensation for their work. Likewise all volunteers and Committee members are on a strictly volunteer basis and receive no compensation.
CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION Heroes Among Us is an IRS 501(c)(3) non profit charitable organization. We received our 501(c)(3) status on March 23, 2016.
Heroes Among Us of Texas is an IRS 501(c)(3) program that provides funding for military veterans’ initiatives through different sponsored events. Although we support several veterans’ projects, our primary focus is in support of Patriot Anglers Fly Fishing and the Ft. Hood Warrior Transition Unit. HAU not only provides financial support for these programs, but actively participates with them throughout the year, engaging in holiday outreach programs and personal support efforts.
Other organizations we have helped: Over the years we have provided funding for many other veteran initiatives including 22 KILL, HOMH (Help Our Military Heroes), Texas Tech University School of Nursing Veteran Scholarship program, and the Adaptive Training Foundation in Dallas.
In 2016 we teamed with Help Our Military Heroes to present a new specially adapted van to quadriplegic wounded warrior.
Since inception we have raised over $300,000 for veteran programs.
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