Direct Donations


The easiest way to donate funds to the Patriot Military Family Foundation is to use Donate button below. We provide a secure, safe and easy way to donate through with any major credit or debit card or directly with your PayPal account. We also offer a number or great corporate and organizational opportunities at many levels. Read more about our options in detail here:

Tim Mangum

Dear Family and Friends, we are soliciting your support to join the fight against cancer for Purple Heart Homes Employee and US Army Combat Veteran Tim Mangum. Tim is diagnosed with a rare brain and spine cancer (Ependymoma), and recently underwent extensive surgery to remove a very large tumor on his brain. This form of aggressive cancer has been described as very “sticky” and travels in spinal fluid and tends to adhere to any part of the body that the fluid encounters. For Tim and his family’s sake, it is vitally important that we eliminate the source that is generating these cancer cells.

Oncologists have recommended a very aggressive regimen of Radiation (Chemotherapy is not an option for this type of cancer) on Tim’s brain. The side-effects of this type of treatment are potentially devastating and it won’t stop it from coming back in another part of his brain. We are pulling out all the stops to beat this disease and we plan to raise a total of $40,000 to cover the expense of an alternative treatment plan called immunotherapy, specifically “checkpoint inhibitor therapy.

Be sure to select Tim Mangum’s Fight Against Cancer from the dropdown to ensure your donation is credited to his fundraiser.

Project Eagle

Project Eagle is a home build for a Gold Star family with two special needs children. This family lost their husband/father in his 13thdeployment and only 7 months from retirement. Everyone deserves a safe place to call home.

Donate to Help a 90 Year-old WWII Widow

Nancy Moore is a 90 year-old WWII widow living in Charlotte, NC. Her husband, Clarence, was a WWII veteran who served in the Philippines. Clarence died in 1991, leaving Mrs. Moore and her daughter, Jacqueline Moore. This summer, as the temperatures reached 90 degrees, they found out that their air conditioner didn’t work. The Red Cross paid for an initial repair of her A/C, but the company doing the repair said that the 19 year-old system would not last long. A second company verified that assessment. We now have an estimate of $6,800 to replace the A/C. Please donate!

If you’d like to make a direct donation to PMFF please use the instructions provided below:

Please make your check payable to: Patriot Military Family Foundation or PMFF


Patriot Military Family Foundation
Attn: Richard D. Cantwell
129 Fast Lane, Suite 200
Mooresville, NC 28117