Gratitude Initiative Receives Significant Donation from Sport Clips Haircuts to Expand Support of Special Operations Families

RED OAK, Texas (Oct. 30, 2019)

Gratitude Initiative LogoGratitude Initiative (GI), a non-profit that provides essential education programs and college scholarships to the children of our active duty military, veterans, disabled vets, and those killed in defense of our country, has received a significant donation from Sport Clips Haircuts to help expand the number of children enrolled in its college and career preparatory program from our military’s special operations families.


Gratitude Initiative offers the most comprehensive full-service college preparatory program available today and covers all aspects of the high school-to-college transition process. The GI College Success Academy is provided at no charge to the students and families they serve. The program is delivered online to support military and veteran children anywhere in the world, and it is staffed by a team of degreed counselors who work with the student and families via email, phone, or chat.


GI’s proven program helps families save time, reduce stress, and save money in achieving their student’s higher education and career goals. It is the only program of its type that is serving military and veteran families.


Sport Clips is a long-time supporter of military organizations and their families. The company founder and CEO, Gordon Logan, served as an aircraft commander in the U.S. Air Force and is a strong believer in the importance of education. The donation to Gratitude Initiative is a way for Logan and Sport Clips to continue to provide “Haircuts with Heart” by supporting our nation’s military families. “One of the greatest ways we can all show our appreciation to the children of our nation’s military and veteran families is to help prepare them for a college education,” he says. “A college degree can help set these children up for future success while also positively impacting the family by creating a legacy of gratitude.”