Wizards and Caps fans have a chance to make a difference in the lives of military families who have lost a loved one in military service with a tip of the hat.
As we enjoy cookouts and the beautiful weather on Memorial Day weekend, those who\’ve suffered the loss of their military hero are having a tough time.
2,400 people are coming to D.C. for the TAPS National Survivor Seminar and Good Grief Camp for kids.
A mass shooting like the latest attack at Fort Hood can be devastating for the general public.
Ted Leonsis will receive the TAPS Engaged Philanthropist Award.
In a short time — from Jan. 7 to Jan. 15 — a rash of
military deaths claimed the lives of at least 12 service members. Nine died
within 24 hours.
A record number of families will gather in Arlington this weekend to honor their fallen military service members and to find support and comfort from other families coping with similar losses.
Memorial Day weekend is a tough time for the families of fallen military heroes. But it\’s also a time for them to get comfort and support.