Veteran Organization Spotlight

Lead The Way Fund

ScribeAmerica has a longstanding connection with veterans and the U.S. Army Rangers. Michael Murphy, M.D., ScribeAmerica’s founder and CEO, is guided by two passions – improving patient care and the provider experience, and supporting those who serve our country. The latter was forged during his service as a special operations soldier in the U.S. Army 1st Ranger Battalion where standards were elevated above regular military expectations. It also influenced his personal philanthropy to veteran causes and the company’s commitment to supporting veterans.

Dr. Murphy’s deep connection to the Rangers is one of the key reasons we are proud to support Lead the Way Fund. LTWF’s Ranger Assistance Programs address and support the ongoing needs of the men and families beyond what the government can offer. The organization works directly with the U.S. Special Operations Care Coalition to assist U.S. Army Rangers. A few of the programs include Ranger Transition Programs, Wounded Ranger Recovery Program, Ranger Chaplain Program, and many more.

The Lead the Way Fund was one of the veteran organizations supported through our recent ScribeAmerica Charity Golf Tournament. The second annual golf tournament was greatly successful in large measure due to the financial support of our valued sponsors and participants who helped raise over $187,000 for our four veteran organizations.

Earlier this year we introduced our Birdies for Heroes program to further support veterans through donations to the Lead the Way Fund. The campaign invites donors to pledge an amount for each birdie Jaye Marie Green, ScribeAmerica Brand Ambassador, hits on Sundays during LPGA tour events throughout the year. ScribeAmerica will match donor funds if a certain threshold is met.

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