80% of every donation directly funds the purchase of the Ekso SoldierSuit or a SoldierScholarship.
of our operating budget goes toward administrative cost—a number we are committed to keeping very low.
19 Exoskeleton rehabilitative devices have been donated to VA Medical Centers across the country, providing thousands of veterans with access to the life-changing technology
Our advisory board is made up of leaders from across the political, business, entertainment and education spectrum, including a US Navy SEAL Commander (ret.), a United States senator (ret.), United States congressman (ret.), a U.S. Navy Vice Admiral (ret.), the co-founder of World Wrestling Entertainment and other leaders that personify our commitment to excel-lence.
SoldierStrong immediately applies donation funds toward either the purchase of Ekso medical technologies or toward the SoldierScholars program.
When a certain amount of money is collected, we fully purchase one of the medical technologies that go into the SoldierSuit or make an endowment to one of our university partners for veteran rehabilitation.
Yes, absolutely. You have the freedom to donate to as many of our programs as you would like.
A donation of any size is appreciated. To help you determine what the right amount is for you, the medical devices we provide range from $5,000 to $150,000 each. Whether you choose to make a small donation or fund the purchase of an entire device, know that your con-tribution is immeasurably helping a veteran who has sacrificed so much to keep us safe and free.
Learn more about our individual donor program.
Yes, a donation of any size is tax deductible.
On the last day of each month, we mail a letter to all our donors confirming the amount they’ve donated year-to-date, as well as a year-end statement you can use for tax purposes.