Patriots 4 Life is a newly established business based out of Monument, Colorado. We have filed with the Colorado Secretary of State and have an active EIN at this time, and have legally filed an application to receive 501 (c) 3 non-profit business status with the IRS. Pending an IRS review and then acceptance of our application, we will have an official non-profit status and will update this page to reflect such status.
Our sole purpose is to deliver support through a variety of outreach to youth (including education, leadership trainings, motivational speaking events, and a variety of other outreach efforts). Your donations will allow us to provide services free of charge to a variety of organizations who all serve youth either directly or indirectly (schools, churches, youth sports organizations, and even small businesses). Such donations will help support a budget that will allow our team to help our nation's future leaders (it's youth) through a dedicated service we have all been providing for years and no cost to those we have been serving. Under the umbrella of "Patriots 4 Life" we have decided to come together to use our time and talents to serve even more, as we have been willing to slowly put down our every day careers and jobs to serve our nation's most precious resource---our youth! And with more financial support from our donors, we can serve a larger client base, while also bringing more frequent training and services to those who want us working with their respective organizations. Once we have received confirmation of our 501(c)3 status with the IRS, your donation will be tax deductible and upon receiving it we will be happy to send you a receipt for your tax records. Please consider a donation of whatever you can afford and send it to the address below. If you are sending a check, please make it payable to "Patriots 4 Life, Inc.".
Patriots 4 Life, Inc.
Attn: Matthew Allner
590 Hwy 105
Monument, CO 80132
Organization Mission and Intent
We are a national conglomerate of dedicated Patriots from all sectors of American society—military special operators and law enforcement; public educators and school administrators; small business owners and church leaders; elite athletes and sports leaders. We have naturally come together in response to the moral and ethical breakdown that is so clearly evident in our society. This breakdown has fractured many aspects of our nation that once saw our foundation and pillars as strong and cohesive. In response to this we have made our overarching goal to restore, retain, and protect American values, traditions, and freedoms through outreach, education, and service to our nation’s most attacked and neglected—it’s youth. Research has clearly and undeniably shown that a very deliberate effort was put in place back in the 1960s to attack our nation in a very different way—through a generation of youth and young adults who would eventually become leaders in all facets of society in the United States. This effort lead quickly to a movement that saw this targeted generation questioning and challenging their family values, their religious beliefs, and the ways they valued life in general including how they took care of and valued their own. Divorce rates climbed dramatically shortly after this onset, and then with it came the slow chisel against the values that once made our nation strong—a devaluing of life, relationships, family, religion, and then eventually self. This destructive effort slowly and patiently focused on breaking down one of the pillars of Patriotism leading to rising divorce rates that have broken families and left children confused and their trust in adults fractured. The chronic continuation of this single statistic has moved the nation slowly into a state of selfishness and greed, taking the focus off of Patriotism and the primary rights endowed to us by our Creator and the pathway of how we each get ourselves there—Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. The Pursuit of these three “rights” as our Founders referenced and framed in the Declaration of Independence, had intent and meaning that as a society we have strayed from and lost sight of from the perspective of what the Founders had intended. As we slowly shifted to the primary focus on the “Pursuit of Happiness” we allowed our society to reshape this definition, giving us permission and the justification to pursue it in whatever way necessary, regardless of how this may affect the lives of those around us. Both the onset and rise of teen drug usage, depression, and suicide is no coincidence—it is a direct correlation and a very evident cry for help that we want to answer, and in a collaborative effort. The next generation of leaders deserves our attention to this matter, and to do so genuinely and sincerely requires an understanding of the past and how we got to this point, so that we can frame goals and focus on getting our nation and it’s youth back on track again.