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SABOT FOUNDATION-

Founded by Hammond Meredith and Jon Krashna Sabot Foundation is a part of The Sabot Group LLC, an organization created with one goal in mind: to support combat veterans and their transition to civilian life. The trauma that PTSD and other conditions imposes on veterans after harrowing days and multiple deployments in the theater of combat operations, can often only be understood by those that have experienced it. The Foundation connects with other like minded organizations and reaches out to Veterans in need of understanding and provides opportunities to improve their quality of life. In this spirit, this is where the Sabot Group was born. This goal is accomplished in conjunction with its sister company,Sabot Racing. Sabot Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Charitable Trust  dedicated to supporting our Veterans by inspiring life-long connections through participation in wholesome activities fostering fun, teamwork and camaraderie (including camping, hunting, fishing, special events, outdoor activities  and off-roading) in a social setting.

Sabot Group supports several foundations such as Tactical Patients, Lil Bravest – FDNY, Halo For Freedom Warrior and (occupation) education institutions  whose missions falls directly in line with our mission to not only promote awareness but to make it actionable for veterans.

Sabot Group has crested unique apparel and special edition merchandise where proceeds from specific items will aid The Sabot Foundation. Sabot Group has utilized existing relationships that have the ability and desire to donate unique products, while Sabot Racing has procured sponsorships to promote and engage within Sabot’s various activities in the world of off-road and drift motor sport. Creating a lifestyle brand surrounding motor sport that will involve artists, musicians and public figures in order to mix the genres together is a strategic point for Sabot Group.

Sabot Group is a leader in constructive social change with a unique angle in business, providing resources to veterans that will directly aid in their well-being.

In memory of Sgt. Stephen Jackel Jr. US Army June 22 1979 – January 3, 2018

Afghanistan – Iraq  PH – ARCOM – AAM