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FirstSpear Friday Focus – Memorial Day T-Shirt

Friday, May 25th, 2018

Honor the Fallen with this limited edition memorial day support t-shirt from FirstSpear. For every shirt sold $10 will be sent directly to the Special Operations Warrior Foundation. Super comfortable 50/50 blend you can wear all summer long and now available in 3X! Don’t wait these are available in limited sizes and quantities and when they are gone they are gone, no back orders will be filled.

Remember logged in users can also donate direct to SOWF on the shopping cart page.


GLOCK Donates $100k To Special Operations Warrior Foundation, $1M Total Since 2005

Thursday, October 15th, 2015

GLOCK Donates $100k to SOWF

Pictured left to right: Colonel Edwin “Andy” Anderson – U.S. Army, Retired SOWF Board of Directors, Dalia Munoz – Scholarship Recipient, Josh Dorsey – VP at GLOCK, Tony Musa – GLOCK, Colonel Craig Brotchie – U.S. Air Force, Retired SOWF Board of Directors, Aly Olson – Business Relations Manager, SOWF

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Oct. 14, 2015 Yesterday, GLOCK, Inc., donated $100k to the Special Operations Warrior Foundation (SOWF). The presentation ceremony took place at the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) trade show. GLOCK has donated $1 million to the foundation since 2005.

“For a decade, GLOCK has supported the SOWF in their efforts to provide for the education of children of special operations personnel who have lost their lives in service of our country,” said Josh Dorsey, GLOCK, Inc. Vice President. “We honor the fallen by providing for those they leave behind.”

The funds collected by the SOWF are used primarily to provide for financial assistance for post-secondary education of the surviving children. It also provides for academic as well as family counseling. Attending the ceremony was scholarship recipient Dalia Munoz. Munoz, who lost her father, Army SFC Pedro Munoz, 1st Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), in 2005, while he was deployed to Afghanistan. Miss Munoz graduated from Davidson College in 2012 and now works as a student counselor at Meredith College in North Carolina.

“This is certainly a financial donation, but it is representative of the heart and soul of GLOCK. Starting with Mr. Glock, the founder of this great company, going down to all of the employees at every level,” said Col. Edwin Anderson, U.S. Army, Retired, SOWF Board of Directors. “It’s a wonderful representation of what corporate can be, in giving back to this community.”

To learn more about GLOCK corporate social responsibility and other news, visit us.glock.com/news.

Critical Precision – SOPMOD Block II T-Shirts

Monday, April 27th, 2015


Critical Precision is currently accepting pre-orders for a pair of SOPMOD Block II shirts, one in the CQBR configuration and the other in the M4A1 configuration. Both shirts feature the American flag centered on the front, and the SOCOM Spear on the back above a silhouette of the weapon. The designs are printed on Next Level 60/40 cotton-poly blended shirts, and this will be the only run that will be offered in olive tan. Proceeds from both shirts will go to benefit Special Operations Warrior Foundation (SOWF).


WOLF Summer Camp

Saturday, June 2nd, 2012

Sponsored by the Special Operations Warrior Foundation, Warrior Outdoor Leadership for the Future camp will be held 9-14 June at the Swanson North Folk Environmental Center to benefit children of fallen Special Operations Warriors.

Campers will participate in a variety of outdoor activities over the week including archery, canoeing, geocaching, mountain biking as well as a certified ROPES course, all events designed to developed mind, body and spirit. Additionally, the group will participate in nightly fireside chats which introduce leaders in business, the arts, media, politics and the military share their personal experiences at overcoming adversity.

Special Operations Warrior Foundation is seeking support for not only this year’s WOLF camp but future iterations as well. Contact Melinda Petrignani for details.


Wednesday, May 23rd, 2012

This morning GLOCK presented a check for $100,000 to the Special Operations Warrior Foundation.


Special Operations Adventure Race

Friday, April 20th, 2012

June 8th-9th 2012, SOAR will be holding their 10th annual adventure races which will consist of a Sprint race of approximately 35 miles and an Elite race of approximately 55 miles of running, mountain biking, rappelling, paddling and an orienteering section in the long race. Both events are USARA sanctioned with a one day membership available at registration. The race routes run in and around Highlands North Carolina at an elevation of around 4000′ along the Eastern Divide. Half off race registration for active duty racers and teams. All funds raised go to the Special Operations Warrior Foundation. To date they have raised over $540,000.00.


Special Operations Warrior Foundation Gear

Wednesday, April 18th, 2012

The Special Operations Warrior Foundation has long been our favorite charity going back to when our founder was still on active duty. As we’ve said time and time again, one of the best ways to get folks to give is when you give them something to show for it. SOWF has teamed with Lifecordgear.com to offer two new products including paracord bracelets and key fobs.

The bracelets are available in 5 color options with a choice of plastic buckle or adjustable steel shackle. The key fob is offered in 3 sizes and 5 color combos.

These products are officially licensed by the Special Operations Warrior Foundation and 100% of the net profits for each item sold will go directly to the SOWF. Plus, they are Made in USA!