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Sgt. Anthony Patrick Muhlstadt Foundation

Empowering A Legacy & Supporting The Military: The Sgt. Anthony Muhlstadt Foundation honors the life of Marine Sgt. Anthony Patrick Muhlstadt by supporting our military heroes and forging hope for those who serve. Through our focus on mental health, nurturing future leaders, and preventing military suicide, we carry forward Sgt. Muhlstadt's legacy of service, character, leadership, and love of country.

$1000

Annual  Leadership Award to a Northeast High School JROTC program senior

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Annual fundraising ruck led by over 50+ local Marines raising over $22K+

100+

Care Packages sent out to active duty military who are struggling 

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Leadership Scholarships - 2 week leadership course at Adventure Camp

SGT. ANTHONY PATRICK MUHLSTADT

Kindness. Zest. Leadership

SGT Anthony P. Muhlstadt born June 26th 1998 passed away on November 19th 2021 while proudly serving our Country. Anthony was a machine gunner and a vehicle commander with the 1st Battalion 7th Marines at Twentynine Palms, CA, the largest USMC base in the country. Anthony graduated from Northeast High School in 2017 and was currently studying Counter Terrorism. There will never be another man whose love of country was rooted in someone's soul greater than that of Anthony's. To the very core of his being, Anthony was proudest to be called a Marine!

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ABOUT THE SGT. ANTHONY MUHLSTADT FOUNDATION

We honor the legacy of a Sgt. Patrick Muhlstadt by providing support and resources to those who have served or are serving. Join us in our mission to make a difference in the lives of service members and their families. Explore our website to learn more about our initiatives and how you can get involved.

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LEADERSHIP & LEGACY

"The final test of a leader is that he leaves behind him in other men the conviction and the will to carry on."

—Walter Lippmann

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HOW YOU CAN HELP

Discover how you can make a difference and support our mission. Whether through volunteering, spreading awareness, or making a donation, your contribution can create meaningful change in the lives of our servicemembers and their families. Join us in honoring our fallen Marine's legacy and empowering others in need.

COURAGE 

"Courage, above all things, is the first quality of a warrior."

- Carl von Clausewitz

DONATE

Your generous contribution helps us continue our vital work of supporting our military.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

DEFENDER 2.2 MILE RUCK/WALK

JUNE 8, 2024 | 6:45-10:30AM

On this walk we remember all heroes with special acknowledgment of Marine, Anthony Muhlstadt who lost his life in November 2021. Referred to as a 'Defender' by friends, family, and his brothers in arms, Anthony always stood up for the underdog. On this Ruck Walk, we carry forward his burden, and through his life and death we work to raise awareness for active duty and veteran suicide prevention. 

JROTC AWARD CEREMONY

April 25, 2024 | 7pm

Northeast HS auditorium
5500 16th street north, St Petersburg

This is where we present the Annual  Leadership Award to a Northeast High School JROTC program senior in the amount of $1000. 

LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

June 29, 2024

1083 Mt. Hope Rod ,Flemingsburg, Ky

 

This award is presented at the Military Adventure Camp. 

This award is presented at graduation of the cadet basic training graduation.

ASIST MARINE SPONSORSHIP

July 1st & 2nd, 2024

4th AAB (Assault Amphibian Battalion)  5121 Gandy Blvd, Tampa

 

We are sponsoring 10 marines to attend the ASIST (applied suicide intervention skills training) workshop. 

Trevor Augustus

“Purest soul you’ll ever meet. If he met anyone who was defenseless, he would defend them. He’s the person you want to be around. The person you want in your corner.”

Chase Georgevich

“He’d be the one in the morning screaming, yelling, making sure everyone is smiling. It doesn’t matter whether we’re doing something hard or something fun. He was the one that made you want to come into work every day, and we all love him so much and miss him. Such a good Marine and man.”

Jay Collins

“We have to honor their memories, but we also have to honor them by doing the right thing day in and day out, checking in on our friends and making the community just a little bit better."
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