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Empower Green Beret Families by Investing in their Scholars

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Empower Green Beret Families by Investing in their Scholars

We invest in U.S. Army Special Forces families


United States Army Special Forces – the Green Berets – constitute our nation’s single largest Special Operations Force. The families of these Green Berets, especially the children, bear a heavy burden. They, too, serve this nation while their Soldiers deploy repeatedly into harm’s way - doing the work they love. Our founders and directors are Green Berets who understand the sacrifices of their families too well.

We recognize the service of Green Beret families by awarding merit scholarships to the families of current and veteran U.S. Army Special Forces Soldiers. This is the only organization whose sole purpose is to provide scholarships to Green Beret families.

We have zero employees. A team of dedicated volunteers, partner organizations, former SF Scholars, donors, and universities around the world empower over 100 current SF Scholars and promote the proud legacy of the Green Berets.

If our mission resonates with you, please share this page, connect with us on Facebook, apply for a scholarship, or donate to the fund right here! Donations can also be made by check to the Special Forces Scholarship Fund at PO BOX 1509, Fayetteville NC 28302-1509.


> Learn more: The Special Forces Scholarship Fund (SFSF), EIN 27-5458794, was incorporated in the State of North Carolina on March 8, 2011, to operate exclusively for charitable and educational purposes under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and is a charitable, tax-exempt organization as defined by North Carolina General Statute 55A-1-40(4). Financial information about this organization and a copy of its license are available from the State Solicitation Licensing Branch at 919-814-5400. The license is not an endorsement by the State.Scholarships are awarded annually and limited to undergraduate and graduate studies that result in a degree or vocational certification from an accredited institution. SF Scholars will receive no more than four (4) annual scholarships for undergraduate studies and two (2) scholarships for graduate studies. Learn more at