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Join us in Dallas for a special cocktail event and a silent auction in support of a good cause. Honored guests of the evening – local businesses and military supporters – will join graduates of The Honor Foundation program for an evening of networking. These THF Alumni will share their experience of the program with potential future Fellows who are planning for their end of service.

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ONIT Home & The Honor Foundation Announce 2023 1st Annual THF Golf Tournament


Curtis Kindred



ONIT Home & The Honor Foundation Announce 2023 1st Annual THF Golf Tournament

Argyle, TX — ONIT Home, a veteran owned home service company, will partner with The Honor Foundation for their first annual golf tournament in 2023. The Honor Foundation Golf Tournament takes place at the Denton Country Club on April 3, 2023 at 10:00 a.m. Registration closes February 3, 2023. Participants can sponsor the event or make a direct donation to The Honor Foundation, an organization dedicated to easing the transition of members in the U.S. Special Operations community into civilian life.

“I’m ecstatic to volunteer and help raise funds to provide as many resources for this fantastic organization. The Honor Foundation is second to none when it comes to providing tools and resources to our warriors preparing for their next journey in the civilian sector,” Curtis Kindred, ONIT Home’s CEO, said. “Please join us for a great day of camaraderie as we give back to our heroes who have given so much. If you can’t make it, please consider donating. 100% of the proceeds will go to The Honor Foundation.”

Registration includes breakfast, lunch, and drinks, plus a $350 credit to use in the mini-pro shop. Gear from popular brands like Titleist, FootJoy, Maui Jim, Peter Millar, Bushnell Rangefinders, and more will be available in the mini-pro shop. First, second, and third-place teams earn special prizes. Additional contests, silent auctions, and raffles will take place. 

Individuals interested in sponsoring the tournament can choose between different tiers of contribution. Titanium, Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze sponsorships are available and start at $500.  


About The Honor Foundation:

The Honor Foundation (THF) is a career transition program for U.S. Special Operations Forces that effectively translates their elite military service to the private sector and helps create the next generation of corporate and community leaders. It achieves this through a three-month program which provides tailored executive education, one-on-one coaching, and access to a nationwide professional network. This program was built by the desire to serve others with honor for life, so that their next mission is always clear and continues to impact the world. Every step is dedicated to preparing these outstanding men and women to continue to realize their maximum potential during and after their service career. The Honor Foundation has 1,800+ graduates to date and has campuses in San Diego, CA; Virginia Beach, VA; Camp Lejeune, NC; Fort Bragg, NC; Eglin, FL; Tampa, FL; and two virtual campuses (THFv). The Navy SEAL Foundation is a Founding Partner of The Honor Foundation.

About ONIT Home:

Since 2010, ONIT Home has been helping families and businesses create a space they can enjoy. Started by Curtis Kindred and based out of Texas, ONIT installs residential and commercial security systems and water filtration systems, and soon to offer pest control services and solar panel installations for homes. Our certified technicians install our products throughout Texas. Whatever you need, we’re ONIT!


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Plano Fundraiser Connects Local Veterans with National Military Transition Organization

Michelle Buckalew – Guest Contributor

The Honor Foundation, a military career transition organization that serves U.S. Special Operations Forces, and Surefox North America, a local veteran-owned and operated security consulting firm, were proud to host local veterans and Plano City Council Member Rick Grady for an exclusive fundraiser and networking event at Haywire Plano on May 12.

Honored guests of the evening also included graduates of The Honor Foundation’s transition program which helps special operations veterans translate their military service to careers in the private sector. Its nationally recognized curriculum combines one-on-one executive coaching and industry mentoring as well as access to an elite, nationwide professional network.

The event was sponsored by Surefox.  About 80% of the company’s employees are veterans.

“The Honor Foundation and Surefox North America share the same values and the same vision to help our veterans transition to civilian life,” said Brian Sweigart, Surefox Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer. “We both provide veterans a safe place to learn and grow alongside other veterans who understand the challenges, and we empower them to succeed by placing them in positions where their unique skills and expertise are valued.”

“The Honor Foundation helps our Special Ops Forces transition through one of the most difficult times of their lives and find fulfillment after the military,” said Matt Stevens, THF Chief Executive Officer. “We are grateful to have a partner like Surefox support us so we can continue to help veterans. Our goal is to make sure their next mission is always clear.”

91% of Special Operators feel transition out of the military is more difficult than combat deployment and being separated from family. Vietnam veteran and Plano City Council Member Rick Grady says it’s important that veterans receive support and training to help them integrate back into civilian life.

“Military transition programs like this are critical to our veteran community. For many veterans, returning to civilian life can be like going to a foreign country. They don’t know where they are going to live, how to build a resume, or how to find a job.  That’s why so many veterans end up homeless,” said Grady. “I hope that more corporations will see the incredible value and skillset our veterans offer and welcome them into their organizations.”

Since 2014, more than 1,500 veterans have graduated from The Honor Foundation’s career transition program.


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