What we have Accomplished in 15 Years


  • Proud Facilitator of the Colorado Supports the Troops License Plate State Initiative since 2007
  • AMF hosted an annual Hoedown for Heroes events for veterans, troops and their families, providing live feeds/reunions to Iraq and Afghanistan for family members of service men and women serving in harms' way 
  • AMF has provided over $35,000 in gift cards to our veterans, troops and families. 
  • AMF worked with the Pentagon to receive a brand new, handicap accessible home for severely wounded Army Veteran Matthew Keil and his family in Parker, Colorado. 
  • AMF has hosted annual Holiday Parties-Toy Drives-Pre/Post Deployment Events­ Welcome Homes serving over 8,000 troops and their families.  
  • AMF has received over 55 Certificates of Appreciation and Letters of Thanks from all branches of our military. 


  • AMF has provided one new home for a very severely wounded warrior and has completed four (4) complete home make overs for wounded warriors (amputees). 
  • AMF provided over 25 luncheons and dinners with Gold Star mothers.
  • AMF has facilitated over 25 memorials/receptions /funerals for our Fallen Heroes 
  • AMF has hosted annual Runs for the Fallen to pay Honor to those who have paid the greatest sacrifice
  • AMF has provided over $1.8M worth of financial support to our veterans, troops & their families. 
  • Since March 2017 when we first started the AMFGY6 Program, we estimate that we have saved over 105 struggling, highly suicidal veterans and their families. To date: They are all alive and striving to find their new normal through the #AMFGY6 Program. 

According to VA's June 2018 National Veteran Suicide Data Report which looks at data from 2005 to 2015, "22 veterans, active duty and reserve members take their life every day, the highest being veterans at 16.8. That amounts to 6,132 veterans and 1,387 servicemembers who died by suicide in one year."

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Suicide Prevention. If you think you or someone you know could be suicidal, please call 911 immediately.  

Veterans Suicide Hotline Number:  Get the support you've earned. Text to 838255.

If you're a Veteran in crisis or you're concerned about one, responders at the Veterans Crisis Line text-messaging service (text to 838255) offer help that can make a difference   Caring, qualified VA responders are standing by to provide free and confidential support -- 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year --even if you're not registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care. Responders will work with you to get through any personal crisis