Boot Campaign, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 40 40 reviews 1,034
Location: 3603 Old Jacksonville Highway Tyler TX 75701 USA
Results: Over 2 Million Dollars was spent in 2012 on Awareness, Patriotism and Assistance efforts for our troops!
Target demographics: Military Service Members Veterans Family Members of Service Members or Veterans
Geographic areas served: National
Programs: Housing Jobs Wellness Urgent Assistance Family Support
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I am just now getting to know the folks at Boot Campaign.
I am amazed at what they have done and how they have remained focus to the mission that they began with. Their heart and passion for our military families is apparent. A lot of military organization have that. Yet, as the years go by and they grow, some non-profits lose sight of the basics... "why did we begin doing this in the first place"
The Boot campaign folks have not lost sight of why they do..... what they do. They know it is all about those they serve, they make no distinctions. In fact, they make more exceptions to include those that need their support.
That is what makes them special in the military org world!!
ASC looks forward in being a boot on the ground for "Boot Campaign" :))
Daryl JW Mackin
A Soldier's Child (ASC) Foundation
This is our second year having an event that supported the Boot Campaign. Everyone one with their organization was so professional and great to work with. I'm honored to say we partner with them and we are looking forward to our third event that will take place September 11, 2015!
Veterans United Foundation has been honored to work with an organization like The Boot Campaign for several years now. Their passion for helping the military community is unwavering and we are proud to call them a partner!
My husband is a Soldier in the US Army. I started with Boot Campaign because I wanted to give back to my Army family. I found the Boot Campaign. My experience with them had been the most amazing experience of my life. I can't ever imagine my volunteer experience without having been adopted into the Boot Campaign family.
Just an amazing group of people taking care of another amazing group of people.
This was my first experience volunteering with a nonprofit organization. The Boot Campaign went above and beyond my expectations. They have an amazing group of individuals and all work together to help our deserved veterans and their families. I am looking forward to working with all of them again very soon. I was honored to be part of such a great organization.
I couldn't be more impressed with the mission of Boot Campaign. The purpose and the people that keep Boot Campaign going from day to day make it possible to help the lives of so many service members and veterans and as a veteran, I sincerely appreciate each and every one of outstanding men and women that serve within the Boot Campaign organization. Thank you!
Courage Beyond at Centerstone is proud to partner together with the Boot Campaign. Our organizations have worked together to host fundraising and awareness events to shed light on the issues our warriors and their loved ones face as an impact of their service to our country, as well as provide them with programs and services to offer support, assistance and healing. Boot Campaign does a tremendous job at raising awareness and funds to provide this much needed support to our military population. Putting your BOOTS ON is such an easy way for anyone to get involved and show not only his or her patriotism, but also support for our troops!
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The Boot Campaign is an excellent group. I have had the honor to volunteer with these amazing people to provide funds, camaraderie, and just a good old time for veterans and active duty military members. Through sponsorship and donated resources, the Boot Campaign provides events for vets to come together and participate in such as golf, fishing, marksmanship, etc. Veterans are paired up with sponsors in teams for these events,which is nice because the sponsors get to show appreciation to the veterans, and the veterans get to tell their stories and just feel the love.
The Boot Campaign provides for veterans in ways that the VA cannot. As a veteran, spouse of a disabled veteran, and a volunteer, I can truly say that I support them 100% and will always look for ways to help out.
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As an active duty member I serve as a medical asset to the Marine infantry. It's my job to take care of them. I learned of The Boot Campaign a few years back and attended my first event with them, The Boot Ride. I was exposed to what they were all about, and caught a glimpse of what they do. I was hooked and started volunteering for everything I could with them. As I was more and more exposed to their work, and saw what they were doing for our veterans, I discovered that the same passion that I had in taking care of my Marines existed here in this organization, for all service members. I have been fortunate enough to volunteer for several events with them, and each time, I am met with the same awe; that same feeling, I experienced at my first event. Genuine, real, American, patriotic people who sincerely care about our service members. The services provided by them for our troops and their families is amazing.
I volunteer for and donate to the Boot Campaign. We researched other veterans' charities and determined that TBC was doing the best work with the least amount of overhead.