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WTR: Jon Busch (Saves for SEALs) & Jim Dolan (Healer Warrrior Initiative)

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Jon Busch, goalkeeper for the Chicago Fire, continues to make big saves, on and off the field.

Since 2011, the seasoned veteran of Major League Soccer and the 2008 MLS Goalie of the Year has spearheaded the Saves for SEALs program, which aims to support the families of fallen U.S. Navy SEALs via the Navy SEAL Foundation. After tremedous success for the program during his final three seasons with the San Jose Earthquakes, Busch is again championing a cause near and dear to his heart in 2015.

Busch a native New Yorker was among those to lose a family member in the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. As the 10th anniversary of the attacks approached in 2011, Busch was moved to honor the families of fallen warriors in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan by supporting the Navy SEAL Foundation. From there, the Saves for SEALs program was launched.

Jim Dolan is the Executive Director of the Laurus Foundation and the co-founder of the Healer Warrior Initiative. He serves on the board of scientific and professional advisers for The Institute for Traumatic Stress. He is also the co-chair of the Illinois Joining Forces Behavioral Health Working Group's Complimentary and Alternative Medicine subcommittee. The Laurus Foundation began in 2008 with the mission to advance the lives of individuals with disabilities with a focus on finding modalities that center on the body’s remarkable ability to heal itself. Jim has been working with Dr. Frank Yurasek for the past 2 years on the Healer Warrior Initiative, a self-healthcare training program teaching Veterans to take better care of themselves, their families, and their fellow Veterans.

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