In just a couple days, U.S. Army SSG (Ret.) Travis Mills will recognize the 10th anniversary of his Alive Day – the day when he almost lost his life in combat.
On April 10, 2012, while serving his third tour in Afghanistan, Travis set his bag down on an IED, triggering an explosion that changed his life forever. Four days later on his 25th birthday he woke up in a military hospital to learn that he was a quadruple amputee.
In honor of his Alive Day anniversary and his 35th birthday next week, we’re asking his supporters to show their appreciation for all that he’s done for the recalibrated veteran community. The team at the Travis Mills Foundation is challenging you to help us raise $10K by contributing $10, $35 or $100 with all proceeds going to the Foundation. Learn more here >>>
Stay tuned to the Travis Mills Foundation Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram pages to hear from Travis himself about his journey, a special giveaway and more. We hope you’ll be part of recognizing these milestones and celebrating the life of SSG Travis Mills.