That Others May Live Foundation provides critical support, scholarships, and immediate tragedy assistance for the families of United States Air Force Rescue Heroes who are killed or severely wounded in operational or training missions.
The scholarship support program provides student mentorship/college preparation assistance, as well as providing students and surviving parents with financial aid research and applications and post-secondary scholarship grants. Maintaining direct contact with beneficiaries and indirect contact through family liaison volunteers, we are able to determine the needs of beneficiaries and coordinate the beneficiary mentorship program.
Jolly Green Merit Scholarship
In 2019, That Others May Live Foundation was honored to have been selected by the Jolly Green Association to manage the JGA's legacy program providing scholastic financial aid to dependents of a present or former uniformed member of a USAF Combat Rescue or rescue support organization.
Tragedy Assistance Program
The Tragedy Assistance Program provides grants to families of the Fallen and Wounded as well as host remembrance events for Fallen Rescue Airmen.
Warfighter Support Program
The Warfighter Support Program provides and hosts warfighter appreciation events at USAF Rescue Bases, sends morale care packages to deployed Airmen and provides venues for Wounded Rescue Personnel to continue healing.