BENEFITING: NAVY SEALS FUND
“I am a much better father & husband than I ever was a Sniper” – Chris Kyle
Message from Navy Seals Fund
It has been over a year since Chris Kyle, former US Navy SEAL, was taken from us. His widow, Taya, has been faced with a life without her husband, while continuing to raise her children alone. Over the last year, Taya has faced grief and loss, and while trying to go it alone, she has been thrust into legal battles without Chris by her side.
Chris’s honor and integrity is being defended in these legal battles. This has not been an easy road for Taya, and the associated legal fees are going to be monumental; therefore, the Navy SEALs Fund are joining forces with Taya to assist her with these battles
All funding donated to help Taya will go directly to the legal fight to maintain what Chris Kyle earned: His honor and his legacy, which is intrinsically tied to his family's future. Please help us provide the financial assistance necessary to help her get through these battles
The Navy SEAL ethos is to support defend and protect each other on the battlefield, and here at home. Since Chris is no longer here to protect his name, his honor, his integrity, and his family, the Navy SEAL Family that comprises the Navy SEALs Fund is stepping up to the plate in his place. We call upon all our fellow Americans to stand with us in this fight to protect a hero's family in one of the hardest battles to befall their family – the security of Taya and her children's financial future along with their ability to enrich other veterans lives through the ChrisKyleFrog Fund.
Message from Taya Kyle:
Chris was one of a kind. He had many talents driven by his amazing heart. He followed his heart and used his talents all with personal sacrifice.
Taking out a target on a battlefield stemmed from love of country and the lives of those he was sent to protect. He did it knowing he would rather sacrifice any physical or emotional distress than have another die.
Getting out of the military was a personal choice he made for love of his family. Not being with his brothers and continuing to protect those in harms way was painful. He laughed with our children and me almost very day he spent with us. He played games, coached sport and heartily laughed with all who knew him.
He humbly served veterans and supporters in every way possible. He worked to grow a business benefitting veterans and first responders. Until his last breath he lived his personal motto “its our duty to serve those who serve us.”
It was my honor to be married and build a full life, with the love of my life, Chris Kyle.
Today I see his legacy as a living movement to continue the work he did. The SEAL family, the patriots and the kind hearted people of this world have shown me beauty through tragedy. Perhaps this has been my greatest lesson:
Evil exists. It always will. There is however, far greater good in this world than their ever will be evil.
All donations are tax-deductible: www.navysealsfund.org/Fundraiser/ChrisAndTayaKyle