Operation Never Forgotten…

Bridging the Gap Between Military & Civilian Worlds. 
Honoring Fallen Heroes. Empowering Wounded Vets.
Supporting Caregivers. Preventing Veteran Suicide.

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A Never Forgotten Mission

Operation Never Forgotten (ONF) is a national non-profit volunteer organization supporting health and well-being of post-9/11 physically and/or invisibly wounded veterans, caregivers, gold star families and deployed troops.

ONF creates awareness campaigns to remind the American public of the value of embracing the veteran community.

ONF is dedicated in helping to rebuild the lives for those who have sacrificed so greatly to defend our freedoms. 

 

Warrior/Caregiver Programs

ONF welcomes Post-9/11 veterans and caregivers to transition workshops. This program is managed by veterans, for veterans struggling in life after war. Veterans and/or caregivers must apply!

 

Join the Fight for Veteran Suicide Prevention!

Learn more about what you can do!  Share this video below to help bring awareness to your community.

 

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ONF has continued for over 11 years as a 100% volunteer organization. ONF staff and administration is proud of never taking salaries or compensation in-order to maximize our programs. Our compensation is giving veterans the chance to lead better lives.

 

Join Us in Giving Back!

When it becomes more difficult for veterans to come home than to go to war… As more veterans struggle with becoming civilians again… When military DonateButtonfamilies continue to crumble after active duty… When the stigma associated with invisible wounds prevents veterans from asking for help… When veteran suicide is on the rise… It is time for your unwavering support!

ONF has been a tax-deductible, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization achieving its mission for over 10 years: Federal EIN #450579363. Donate Now!

 

 

Dare a Civilian for a Great Cause!

The WITHOUT Challenge is in appreciation for all those who have served and are still serving to protect our freedoms. This awareness effort raises funds for ONF veteran transition programs.

Here is a fun way to show your gratitude with friends! See how to choose a 24-hour challenge… any time… any day!

 

 
 

 

 

 
 
AT TOP SLIDESHOW IMAGES: A sister holding dog tags at her brother’s cemetery was photographed and donated by Gold Star Mother, Gwen Olsen; A handful of outdoor billboards from hundreds created by ONF.
OTHER PHOTOS: Cattle ranch vacation winner Ken Wilson with wife Michelle/veteran caregiver – Trip donated by Wiley Ranch and photo by Mary Peters; Marines paying tribute to their fallen brother.
Images, videos and audios are created by and for ONF only and are neither for sale nor allowed to be copied without contacting ONF for terms and agreement.