ARMA Global, a General Dynamics Company, is pleased to sponsor an event in support of CWO3 Romulo “Romy” Camargo, and his organization, Stay in Step Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Recovery Center, at the Tampa Museum of Art. Interested in sponsoring the event? Become a sponsor!
NOTE: This event is being hosted by ARMA Global, a General Dynamics Company. “Stay is Step” is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, charitable organization with Taxpayer Identification Number: 44-4437170. ARMA Global and General Dynamics are not part of either “Stay in Step” or the Department of Defense. ARMA Global wishes to ensure that its guests are in full compliance with all Government ethics regulations including, but not limited to, the Office of Government Ethics (OGE) regulations concerning gifts to federal employees, the widely attended gathering exception to those regulations, and any other applicable exceptions in the regulations. The estimated cost of goods and services received by each guest is $65. By registering for this event, Government and military personnel acknowledge that they (i) understand the OGE regulations, and (ii) have sought and received appropriate approval to attend this specific event. Donation checks should be made out to “Stay in Step” (we cannot accept cash), and may be deducted as provided in Section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code.
ARMA Global, a General Dynamics Company has been a part of Stay In Step’s journey since its inception, holding an annual fundraising event during SOFIC (Special Operations Forces Industry Conference) which is held here in Tampa every year. This annual fundraiser has raised over $300,000 of support for Stay In Step since 2014. In 2015, this event raised the last necessary funds to officially open the doors to the facility. As a result, hundreds of wounded veterans and their families receive the personal attention and treatment they require here locally in Tampa, headquarters to our Special Operations community. The funds generously raised at this event are allocated two-fold. Firstly, they allow us to supplement the needed therapy hours by providing much needed financial relief for our clients. Secondly, they have been instrumental in creating the foundational funds required to enable the future expansion of the facility and amenities to include but not limited to; a treatment pool, indoor basketball court, and Lokomat®. Expanding our facility ultimately will enable more wounded veterans and civilians to receive the care they deserve.