Army Ten Miler

Support Team NGEF’s running of the October 13, 2019 Army Ten-Miler to raise funds for the National Guard Educational Foundation and the National Guard Memorial Museum.

There are two ways you can support TEAM NGEF:

Credit Card: To make your donation online, select the tile that corresponds with the name of the runner you support.

Check: Make your check payable to NGEF. Write the name of the runner you support on the memo line, and mail the donation to:

NGEF
Attn: Director of Finance – ATM
One Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001

For information on additional NGEF contribution options, contact Luke Guthrie at luke.guthrie@ngaus.org or
202-408-5886.
 

Team NGEF Donation Total for this event: $7,875.00

Sponsoring: Samantha Bobeck

$225 of $1,000 raised

Sponsoring: Samantha Bobeck

$225 of $1,000 raised
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Sponsoring: Brandon Dunston

$100 of $1,000 raised

Sponsoring: Brandon Dunston

$100 of $1,000 raised
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Donation Total: $1.00

Sponsoring: Michael Erwin

$1,000 of $1,000 raised

Sponsoring: Michael Erwin

$1,000 of $1,000 raised
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Donation Total: $1.00

Sponsoring: Brenda Galarza

$800 of $1,000 raised

Sponsoring: Brenda Galarza

$800 of $1,000 raised
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Donation Total: $1.00

Sponsoring: May Higginson

$250 of $1,000 raised

Sponsoring: May Higginson

$250 of $1,000 raised
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Donation Total: $1.00

Sponsoring: Jason Inskeep

$525 of $1,000 raised

Sponsoring: Jason Inskeep

$525 of $1,000 raised
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Donation Total: $1.00

Sponsoring: Nicky Inskeep

$550 of $1,000 raised

Sponsoring: Nicky Inskeep

$550 of $1,000 raised
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Donation Total: $1.00

Sponsoring: Barbara King

$600 of $1,000 raised

Sponsoring: Barbara King

$600 of $1,000 raised
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Donation Total: $1.00

Sponsoring: Fallon Martin

$1,000 of $1,000 raised

Sponsoring: Fallon Martin

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Donation Total: $1.00

Sponsoring: Scott Mayer

$610 of $1,000 raised

Sponsoring: Scott Mayer

$610 of $1,000 raised
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Donation Total: $1.00

Sponsoring: Adam Negri

$100 of $1,000 raised

Sponsoring: Adam Negri

$100 of $1,000 raised
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Donation Total: $1.00

Sponsoring: Angela Nunez

$1,100 of $1,000 raised

Sponsoring: Angela Nunez

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Donation Total: $1.00

Sponsoring: Mary Catherine Ott

$300 of $1,000 raised

Sponsoring: Mary Catherine Ott

$300 of $1,000 raised
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Donation Total: $1.00

Sponsoring: Vanessa Rodriguez

$415 of $1,000 raised

Sponsoring: Vanessa Rodriguez

$415 of $1,000 raised
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Donation Total: $1.00

Sponsoring: Jennifer Tedder

$150 of $1,000 raised

Sponsoring: Jennifer Tedder

$150 of $1,000 raised
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Sponsoring: Kristina Weger

$150 of $1,000 raised

Sponsoring: Kristina Weger

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Donation Total: $1.00

The National Guard Educational Foundation (NGEF), located in Washington, DC, was established in 1975 with the mission to educate the public and foster awareness about the contributions of the National Guard of the United States. In short, we tell the Guard’s story. As the educational element of the National Guard Association of the United States (NGAUS), the Foundation achieves its mission through a portfolio that includes the National Guard Memorial Museum and the National Guard Memorial Library in Washington, DC; The Guard Muster, a permanent register of Guard men and women, preserving individual legacies of service; and educational programs, forums and seminars for students and the general public.