Operation One Voice is a program designed by police officers, firefighters and community leaders to raise funds to help support the immediate needs of children and families of fallen and wounded Special Operations Forces. Special Operations Forces consist of US Army Special Operations Command (USASOC); Naval Special Warfare Command (NSWC); Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC); Marine Force Special Operations Command (MARSOC), and Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC).
Operation One Voice, Inc is a not–for-profit corporation dedicated to raising funds and awareness for the financial needs of fallen and wounded Special Operations Forces (SOF).
- To touch the lives of the families and children of fallen Special Operations Forces by lending financial and community support working directly with the USSOCOM Care Coalition
- Continue to expand on the relationship with the USSOCOM and SOF families to ensure no child, family or wounded SOF soldier falls through the gaps in the support network
- Expand the Public Safety Partnerships while engaging Special Operations Forces families
- Provide and expand an awareness campaign through publicized events such as: Fallen Heroes Run, OOV Golf Invitational, Honor Ride and Special Operations Forces Run
- Honor Ride (bicycle): Leading into September 11th, 16-36 Public Safety & SOF cyclists biking from the Fallen Heroes memorial, Lawrenceville, GA to the Warrior Weekend location, honoring Special Operations Forces in remembrance of September 11, 2001
- Warrior Weekend: Hosting 45-60 fallen and wounded SOF families at a southeastern area resorts to provide a weekend of relaxation and healing
- Special Operations Forces Run: Generally hosted November 7-11, Gwinnett County , GA to Tampa, FL; 24-30 Public Safety, Special Operations