Partners

Join those who are transforming lives

We are grateful for the widespread support we receive from concerned donors.

Their steadfast commitment is transforming the lives of older adults. Among them:

The 2018 Sponsor of the Annual Eisenhower Awards Gala, AM General is a strong supporter of the mission and work of the Army Distaff Foundation and its mission. AM General designs, engineers, manufactures, supplies, and supports high-quality specialized vehicles for military and commercial customers worldwide.

For more than 75 years, Army Emergency Relief has been faithfully helping soldiers and their families through a broad range of financial assistance programs. They proudly support veterans and their families living at Knollwood who lack the means to pay for their housing and healthcare.

General Dynamics is a global aerospace and defense company committed to supporting our military. They are steadfast supporters of the Army Distaff Foundation, our mission, and the men and women who live at Knollwood.

A committed Army Distaff Foundation supporter, Boeing supports our military through a broad range of global aerospace and defense products. They faithfully invest in the mission and work of the Army Distaff Foundation.

Lockheed Martin, a global aerospace, defense, security, and advanced technologies company, is advancing the mission of the Army Distaff Foundation through its ongoing support.

Led by former Congressman “Buck” McKeon, the McKeon Group is a consulting firm serving major defense industry clients. They are a proud supporter of our military and the veterans and families living at Knollwood.

Trinity University (Dublin), one of our major academic partners, is conducting a research study at Knollwood to explore the value of interactive robots on healthy aging in life plan communities.

The George Washington University is exploring opportunities to partner with the Army Distaff Foundation on an aging-related research study.

The Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences is partnering with the Army Distaff Foundation on mask-making as a form of self-expression and is exploring the potential of conducting a brain health study at Knollwood.

Domalys, a French company, is partnering with the Army Distaff Foundation to launch and evaluate a new smart technology, called Aladin, to reduce the risk of accidental falls.

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