A nonprofit organization, the Ace in the Hole Foundation was founded in honor of First Lieutenant Michael LiCalzi, who died while serving his country during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2006. The organization provides financial and material support to individuals in need, whether through direct distribution of funds or through donations to charitable organizations.
Another way the Ace in the Hole Foundation gives to the community is through the 1st Lt Michael LiCalzi Scholarship. To be eligible, applicants must be a child, grandchild, or another dependent of a current, retired, reserve, or honorably discharged Marine Corps Tanker. The organization also considers applicants who are Navy Corpsman or Marines serving in a Marine Corps Tank Unit.
To learn more about the Ace in the Hold Foundation, visit aceintheholefoundation.org.
About the Author:
A former associate of structured credit sales and trading at Odeon Capital Group, Kevin Colvin is a director within the global markets sales and trading division of Cantor Fitzgerald. Outside of work, Kevin Colvin contributes to the Ace in the Hole Foundation.