Giving to Those Who Sacrifice
Gifting Warriors is a non-profit organization started by Thomas Barth, a veteran whose family served our country for generations and instilled in him a deep respect for the cost of our freedom. The owner of Barth Crane Inspections for 13 years, Tom is recognized as one of only a few federally accredited crane inspectors and crane operator trainers. Over the years, he earned a solid reputation in the legal community for his expert witness testimony and developed a passion for teaching, training, serving his community and his country. It's that passion that led him to creating Gifting Warriors.
Gifting Warriors is a call to action to provide living assistance and job placement assistance for veterans transitioning from active duty to civilian life. Our veterans, many with physical wounds or suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), face unique challenges when returning to civilian life. Many face an uncertain job market. Some struggle to find affordable housing or to feed their children. Gifting Warriors can be their lifeline, providing immediate assistance when existing programs are unable to help.
Tom invites and challenges you to join him and his network of supporters—as an individual or company—in helping us give back to those who sacrificed their lives, limbs, bodies, families and time.
Give a little or give a lot...
The Gifting Warriors Living Assistance Project
Cash donations provide the most flexibility in meeting the needs of wounded soldiers and the families of fallen heroes, but you can also provide special donation items. We provide assistance with:
- Household Goods
- Vocational Training
- Home Renovations
- Other appropriate assistance
Host a Gifting Warriors Fundraiser in Your Area
It does not matter how large or how small or what city or state, Gifting Warriors is greatly appreciative of any person or organization that takes the time to plan and execute an event to support our veterans and their families. Your fundraising efforts will provide much needed financial help to our veterans, but most importantly, it will raise awareness within our communities that soldiers returning to civilian life need our help! If you are planning an event, please first contact our home office so we can guide your plan to be the most effective and least costly.
We have many promotional materials available, and would like to help make your event a success . Give us a call at (843) 330-7232!