Make a difference in the lives of our Service members, Veterans and their Families. You will find that most everyone would like to make a difference regardless of how they feel or what their opinion is about our current or past military operations, actions or politics. We can do this together by reaching out, informing, educating, enabling and empowering our Nation to Give Back.
A few examples of giving back:
- Host an event or activity that focuses on Veterans, Service Members and their Families
- Ensure you reach out and inform local Veterans, Service Members and their Families of these activities or events
- Collect Items for donation
- Listing of recommended items is located in the Hosting an Event section
- Check in on a neighbor who is a Veteran, Service Member, or Deployed Family member
- Ask how they are doing and if they need anything: lawn mowed, essential repairs, school supplies, other
- Host a Veteran, Service Member or their Family
- Coffee, soda, meal or just conversation
- Reach out and say, "Thanks for Serving" to a Service Member or Veteran
- Reach out and say, "Thanks for your Support" to a Service Member's or Veterans family for their support
Informing and Educating
Keeping visibility to and addressing the needs of our Service members, Veterans and their Families through the hosting of or participating in Special Events/Workshops (PTSD-Trauma Workshops) Concerts, Speaking and Public – Military Support Events (Army Ten Miler, Warrior Games).
Care Packages and Care Letters
Annual year-round support and Challenge America (July, November- National Packing events). Our goals are to ensure every deployed Service Member receive a care package, through regional and local partnerships.
Wounded Warrior Path To Strength (WWPTS)
WWPTS is a partnership developed over many years through a “ Core Value of Giving Back” with DELL, Microsoft, Sprint, Verizon and AT&T. Through the maturity of this program we are able to provided Hardware Capital (Dell Laptop-with MS Office and Windows OS), Knowledge Capital (Four Days of MS certified training) Social Capital (Active broadband) used to access the internet anywhere – connect to Family, Unit, Case workers,AKO and the Microsoft on-line academy to complete the individual course modules to receive Microsoft Certifications. These are critical tools for our Service members to continue their training, job placement and education, as well as stay connected with family, social and professional networks/organizations.
Respond to and/or facilitate the stated needs of our Service, Veteran and/or Family members.