The RumChata Foundation’s annual Freedom Bottle program has raised more than $1 Million for Lone Survivor Foundation (LSF) since it began in 2014. 

The LSF logoed bottles will return to shelves this summer for the seventh year in a row, continuing RumChata’s longstanding support of the military.

Lone Survivor Foundation is a nonprofit organization that was founded by retired Navy SEAL and New York Times #1 bestselling author, Marcus Luttrell. LSF provides a no-cost Post-traumatic Growth Program to help service members, veterans, and their families recover from combat trauma. LSF serves families from all U.S. military branches and service eras.

RumChata Freedom Bottle 2020, bottle on white

RumChata Freedom Bottle 2020

Donations from the RumChata Freedom Bottle directly support LSF’s life-changing program, including expanding its services to include a Virtual PTSD Symptom Management program in response to the COVID-19 emergency. Lone Survivor Foundation’s in-person and virtual programs use therapeutic tools to provide education, coping skills, and stress reduction.

“The RumChata Foundation continues to amaze us with their generosity, and we are grateful for their appreciation for the men and women of our Armed Forces.” said Tom Fordyce, Executive Director of Lone Survivor Foundation. “Partnerships like the RumChata Freedom Bottle campaign allow us to continue our commitment to serve our active duty service members and our veterans.”

RumChata Freedom Bottles are available now in time for Memorial Day and will be on shelves and floor displays through the Fourth of July. All bottles sold benefit and support LSF.

“We are extremely proud to have been able to support Lone Survivor Foundation over the years,” said Tom Maas, RumChata founder and master blender. “Reaching the million dollar mark could not have been accomplished without the help from our distributor and retail partners.  Together, everyone’s commitment has made it possible to bring important programs and services to those who have served and are currently serving in our military.”

More about RumChata and where it is available can be found at Rumchata.com and on the RumChata Facebook page.  More about Lone Survivor Foundation can be found at LoneSurvivorFoundation.org.