ASF provides retreats to special operations warriors and their spouses to overcome the mental health effects of combat. Their goal is to help both the veteran and the spouse who has direct exposure to the effects of Post Traumatic Stress. The ASF hopes to expand their organization to help all those who battle PTS.
Visit their website, allsecurefoundation.org
Eddie and Andrea Gallagher have lived through the nightmare of Eddie being charged with bogus war crimes. Justice was eventually served and Eddie beat those charges. Now they dedicate their time and resources to help law enforcement other first responders/ veterans fight off politically motivated charges with the Pipe Hitter Foundation.
IW hosts a variety of social events, most notably hikes, for veterans, active duty and reservists. Their goal is to bring veterans together to socialize and bring awareness to mental health and suicide prevention. If you've worn a military uniform, you are welcome to join.
Mighty Hero Homes has a mightily heroic founder in Drew Walston. Drew and his team are putting together an incredible plan to get EVERY homeless veteran off the street and into a home. The plan includes rehabilitative support, vocational training, counseling and much more. Support Drew and his mission by visiting Mighty Hero Homes website.
F4VF grows a wide variety of crops and delivers it to the Washington DC area to help feed veterans and their families who deal with food insecurities. F4VF also provides a variety of training opportunities for veterans interested in farming, such as agricultural leadership, apprenticeship, beekeeping and more.
WH brings in veterans and first responders who suffer from addiction, post traumatic stress and TBI. They focus on detoxification and incorporate activities that help patients engage in artistic hobbies. The activities are designed to give patients an added sense of purpose which helps to remain clean and sober.
Folds of Honor provides scholarships to injured veterans and the families of fallen law enforcement officers. The non-profit was started after a pilot, LTC Dan Rooney, flew a mission to carry the remains of a servicemember. After he landed he observed the anguish the family was going through. He then created Folds of Honor to help disabled veterans and the families of fallen heroes. An incredible 91% of all funds raised go towards scholarships. Folds of Honor.
FTF is a crowd funding resource exclusive to the military and first responder community. It helps raise funds for a wide variety of reasons; medical expenses, personal emergency issues, support and more. FTF verifies each campaign to ensure it is legitimate ands gets the funds to the right person. They recently added teachers as they are heroes to our children. Visit fundthefirst.com
Running 4 Heroes awards grants to first responders injured or killed in the line of duty. There mission is to help those who help us. They continue to expand with no end is sight, check out Running 4 Heroes for more information or to donate.
Founder Mitch Kreibel knows the struggle veterans deal with, as he dealt with Post Traumatic Stress. Ruck 4 the Fallen, an all volunteer non profit aims to help veterans and first responders all over America. Check out Ruck 4 the Fallen and consider donating to help them help others.
VMF provides various non-profit work, such as Flags for the Fallen. They provide custom wooden flag art pieces to the families of officers killed in the line of duty. They also host craft project workshops for LEO's to improve morale and mental health. Check out their websites for more.
Founder Joe Towers, retired Nashville PD Lt. recognizes the hardships military and first responders go through after getting injured in the line of duty. He aims to help them be recreating the camaraderie with Hero Hunt Inc.