The Night Stalker Association (NSA160) Uses Tendenci to Give Back to War Veterans
San Francisco, CA - January 26, 2017
The Night Stalker Association is a non-profit and War Veterans' organization founded in 1988. Through the Tendenci platform, they raise donations and sponsorship to provide support for the Soldiers and Families of the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne) (SOAR (A)), known as the "Night Stalkers."
At Tendenci, we are proud to work with NSA160 to give them the AMS platform they need to provide information to their members about Events, Resources, and more.
With Tendenci behind their site, Members can access NSA160 from their laptops, ipads, and other mobile devices, making it easier for them and their families to access the resources provided by this great organization.
Visit NSA160 to find out more about how this organization contributes to Scholarship programs, creates events, and has supported Veterans who have braved some of our Country's most challenging rescue missions, such as "Desert One."
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