Chuck Wicks joins SFCT

SOUTHERN PINES, N.C., Mar. 10, 2021 — Special Forces Charitable Trust announced today that Chuck Wicks has joined the organization as a consultant in a development and marketing capacity. Wicks has found success across the entertainment industry, including as a songwriter (cuts by Jason Aldean/Frankie Ballard), as a co-host of a Nationally Syndicated radio show — earning two Academy of Country Music Award nominations for National On-Air Personality of the Year– and multiple television appearances, including as a guest star on ABC’s hit series Nashville and as a celebrity contestant on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars.
“Chuck and I have worked together on a few projects over the years. I know he has a heart for our Warriors and their Families. His drive and genuine passion to support them, makes him the perfect fit for the Special Forces Charitable Trust and our mission”, said Jodi Burns the Executive Director of the Trust.  “We are thrilled to have Chuck in our corner and are already planning some great ways in which to raise money and awareness for the Green Beret Community.” 
Wicks is a former college baseball player, sportsman and outdoor enthusiast, Wicks was one of only 11 athletes chosen from around the world to be featured on Season 2 of NBC Sports’ “IRONMAN: Quest For Kona” and was featured on Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s “RMEF Team Elk” series on the Outdoor Channel.
Latest tracks “Old With You” and “Solid Gold” are fans’ first taste of new music in over two years from Wicks, who has been writing and is back in the recording studio. Wicks can also be heard every Monday and Thursday with fresh episodes of his new iHeart podcast “Talk to Chuck.”

About Special Force’s Charitable Trust
Special Forces Charitable Trust is a 501(c)3 charity organization that provides meaningful and sustainable support to the Families of our Green Berets.  The SFCT supports timely, innovative, and comprehensive programs and services designed to enhance the well-being and health of both the Special Forces Soldier and his Family.
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Southern Pines, NC  28388


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