Robert McNab, current owner of the NASCAR Cup Series Car #27, had this to say, “As a Vietnam veteran, I have an understanding of the sacrifice of so many of our young men and women who deserve our upmost respect. I have and will continue to support these heroes to the best of my ability.”
DALLAS (PRWEB) January 10, 2019
When asked about what donating this car means; Robert McNab, current owner of the 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix NASCAR Cup Series Car #27 driven by Rusty Wallace and nicknamed “Millie,” had this to say, “As a Vietnam veteran, I have an understanding of the sacrifice of so many of our young men and women who deserve our upmost respect. I have and will continue to support these heroes to the best of my ability.”
Keith David, Executive Director, said “When we first heard what Bob was doing, we were floored. Being part of this event and recipient of this donation is critical to our support. We cannot say “thank you” enough to Bob for his extraordinary gift to the Foundation. We hope that when people find out that Bob is donating the proceeds to a charity that supports our special operations families that this will create more interest in the car.”
2019 marks the 10th anniversary of the Task Force Dagger Foundation and our support to the special operations community. The Task Force Dagger Foundation’s three core programs: (1) Immediate Needs, (2) Special Operations Forces (SOF) Health Initiatives, and (3) Rehabilitative Therapy Events provide resources and healing for SOF families. Our SOF Health Initiatives program provides recipients care and treatment that is designed to treat the issue and not the symptom through functional medicine and other treatment modalities that are holistic in nature. Task Force Dagger Foundation supports Army Green Berets, Army Rangers, Civil Affairs, Military Information Support Operations, Army Special Mission Units, Navy SEALs, Air Force Special Tactics/Operations and Marine Special Operations and their families. These are some of the units that comprise the US Special Operations Command.
Since 2009, we have supported USSOCOM and our special operations families with over $5.1M dollars of support. The Task Force Dagger Foundation’s overhead rate is 14.68%.
For more information, please contact the Task Force Dagger Foundation Office at (214) 420-9290 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us on the web at http://www.taskforcedagger.org.