A memorial foundation
established to honor the memory and heroism of
LCpl Jordan Christian Haerter
by providing support to currently deployed troops and veterans of our armed forces and their families.

Jordan was tragically killed by a vehicle borne IED in Ramadi, Iraq on the 22nd of April 2008. He has subsequently been awarded the Navy Cross for extraordinary heroism for saving the lives of 33 United States Marines and over 20 Iraqi Police.
Jordan was 19 years old....

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Jordan's Initiative is a public charity exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Jordan Haerter
New York City August 28, 2001
LCpl Jordan C. Haerter USMC
March 2008
2013 Community Spirit Award Recipients
9th Cassandra Spencer
10th Colleen Samot
11th Aaron Schiavoni
12th Lindsay Cox

May 17th 2013 Jordan's Initiative Donates A Custom Made Torque Assist Electrically Driven Handcycle To The Wounded Warrior Battalion Hope and Care Center On Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
Accepting The Bike Was Marine Lt. Col. Craig Stevens (Ret.)

Navy Seaman (Shellback), East Hampton Town Police Officer For 24 Years, Springs Fire Dept. Charter Member, Kiwanis Club Member, Wrestler, Coach, Loving Husband, Father, Grandfather and Friend.

Fair Winds and Following Seas, Cid
We Will Miss You Dearly