What We Do

The Some Gave All Foundation was established in 2007 in memory of Army Sgt. Nicholas Conan Mason of King George and Marine Sgt. Joshua James Frazier of Spotsylvania.  Both men were killed in the line of duty in Iraq. The foundation honors these men and all others who have been wounded or killed in service to their country. The mission of the Some Gave All Foundation is :

  • To ensure that those who have made the ultimate sacrifice and those who have been wounded during the Global War on Terror are not forgotten.
  • To ensure these great Americans will be honored during the annual Some Gave All Motorcycle Rally, not only by their families and friends, but also a thankful nation.
  • To ensure America’s younger generation will know of their sacrifices and how these heroes lived their lives prior to making the ultimate sacrifice.
  • To assist veterans wounded in Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.

The Some Gave All Foundation is accepting applications from Virginia residents for grant money to provide assistance to wounded veterans from the area. Funds are available to meet the needs of our veterans who require financial support as a direct result of their injuries sustained during the Iraqi and Afghanistan Conflicts. Individuals may apply by downloading an application under "Application and Information" on this web site or by requesting an application at:

SGA
9337 Hickory Lane
King George, VA 22485.

The Some Gave All Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 organization.

 

 2017 Update

Thank You to all of our supporters over the years. Because of your caring, kindness, generosity and support the Frazier/Mason Some Gave All Memorial Foundation has been able to provide over $307,000 in financial assistance to our area disabled veterans. We have assisted over 50 individuals and their families with housing, transportation, education, food, clothing, physical and mental health assistance and other day to day needs.

Only with your support have we been able to assist the McGuire Wheelchair Team with their transportation costs to the Wheelchair Olympics, provided materials for an Eagle Scout to build picnic tables and seating at the Fredericksburg Veterans Clinic, provide financial support for the Coats for Kids, which provides winter coats for children of our military, and much more.

Your support of the Frazier/Mason Some Gave All Memorial Motorcycle Ride and has fostered continuing awareness of the needs of our disabled veterans and their families. The community commitment and dedication in supporting those who protect our freedoms continues to amaze us. We hope to see you again at this year’s Ride on May 17.