The NAMES Foundation fund raising efforts in 2011 were used to provide Soldiers serving in Iraq and Afghanistan with more opportunities to connect with their loved ones at home; NAMES did this by purchasing SPAWAR secure calling cards for deployed servicemen and women.
The NAMES Foundation fund raising efforts in 2012 focused on covering the travel expenses for families visiting their loved ones who were injured in combat or pre-deployment training and under Medicare support.
On May 28, 2013 the University of Washington Bothell Student Veterans Association dedicated an archway on campus that serves as a memory for past, present, and future Military Service Members.
Since 2014 a partnership has continued with the non-profit organization Paws for Purple Hearts.
In February of 2017 a partnership with Project Healing Waters began. This provides another opportunity to serve disabled Veterans.