Willis Law donates a portion of their revenue to the Corporal Willis Foundation.
Click here to view our partners for our 2013 Warrior Ride fundraising event.
Great Rewards for Great Warriors: The primary mission of the Corporal Christopher Kelly Willis Foundation is the funding of college scholarships for the benefit of Michigan children who have lost their parent (or whose parent has been permanently disabled) in a combat zone. It is our belief that these families have also made the ultimate sacrifice.
2014 Warrior Ride (September 11 - 14, 2014)
This year will mark the Ninth Annual Warrior Ride of the Willis Foundation. The Riders will ride 200+ miles to the Fort Custer National Cemetery where Corporal Willis is buried and then continue to Bronson Park in Kalamazoo where the riders will stop briefly to be joined by our ‘Last Leg’ riders. All the riders will then travel to the Kalamazoo Country Club where a reception for the riders, families, guests, and service people from the base will be held.
This year’s scholarship recipients have yet to be announced.
Board member Corrina Willis and Willis Foundation supporter Jennifer Herbert will be running their first marathon in the Grand Rapids Marathon to raise funds for the Willis Foundation scholarship program. Read more about how you can support them on our marathon page.
Bruce H. Briney, a long-time Northwestern Mutual representative and a board member with the Corporal Christopher K. Willis Foundation, was a recipient of a grant of $10,000 which he directed to the foundation to help with their efforts. CCKWF would like to sincerely thank Mr. Briney for his incredible thoughtfulness and generosity when it comes to making dreams come true.
Warrior Day Golf Tournament: On July 1st, a group of golfers had the priviledge of playing at the Moors Golf Club (a private club that opens its doors to the public for this one event) for a day of golf for a great cause. The proceeds from this extraordinary event went to support Great Rewards for Great Warriors, assisting their children in receiving a higher education.