The Cateran Yomp, the Allied Forces Foundation signature event, is a multi-day trip that is centered on a Yomp in the Scottish Highlands. YOMP a British term for a long-distance march carrying full kit, is an endurance event that challenges team members to compete 22, 36.5 or 54 miles across harsh terrain in only 24 […]Read more
Modeled after the Cateran Yomp, the Appalachian Yomp covers train from Harper’s Ferry, WV to Gettysburg, PA. This event is designed to build teamwork, community and support for all our wounded Veterans and caregivers. By taking part it helped to build awareness and builds individual participant’s resolve. AY18 Finish was amazing and thanks to all […]Read more
Marine Corps Marathon, deemed the “People’s Marathon,” has been one of the Allied Forces Foundation’s largest events. Allied Forces Foundation offers the opportunity for wounded, ill or injured Veterans from the U.S. and UK to participate in the Marathon as part of Team AFF. These Veterans have served in the same conflicts, and now they […]Read more
To improve the quality of life of our wounded, ill and injured veterans and their families through participation in adventurous and challenging outdoor activities.
Regardless of age, gender, race, or ethnicity, the Allied Forces Foundation will focus on rehabilitation and empowerment for these wounded heroes and their families, who clearly understand the high cost of freedom.
ABOUT ALLIED FORCES FOUNDATION:
Allied Forced Foundation, a non-profit organization, was established to unite wounded, ill and injured U.S. and British forces in wellness and healing.
Through a series of outdoor, peer-led events that challenge the mind and body, Allied Forces Foundation provides opportunities that reinvigorate the spirit of comradeship and teamwork, as well as instill a renewed sense of purpose with the Veteran.
The Allied Forced Foundation is predominantly an American/British charity, with the goal of bringing U.S. and British Veterans together for community activities.
We’ve adopted ‘Side by side’ as our motto because it exemplifies our approach to recovery. Those who have fought together reunite, share experiences, and offer support to one another.