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I had an awesome experience with Save The Whales! I really enjoyed educating elementary school students from Salinas about water quality, MBNMS, and blue whales! Never a dull moment with this knowledgeable,... more
After doing my initial Retreat in Sept 2014 I have staffed all Healing Warrior Heart Retreats since then. I am the Vice President... more »
- Milwaukee, WI
In August 2016, US citizens were upset that IAVA was not including Presidential candidate, Gov. Gary Johnson in their upcoming... more »
- New York, NY
I understand that it takes money to run a website like anysoldier.com, but it seems a lot of the donations used to 'run the site... more »
- Waldorf, MD
I worked with Jamie in coordinating a packing event for pre-school and elementary age students. The event was a success! The kids... more »
- Naperville, IL
Unique wonderful service to the surrounding community. more »
- Warner Robins, GA
After my husband was killed on deployment, I found TMF. It was the first organization that helped to reshape my identity and... more »
- Doylestown, PA
I first learned about TAPS a couple of years after my husband was killed in Iraq. I was desperately lost and simply needed support... more »
- Arlington, VA
The best organization I have seen. 97 cents of every dollar goes to our wounded, ill, injured and dying veterans. more »
- Clever, MO
The Coalition's changed a lot of lives. They help absolutely everyone they can with compassion and a team that loves veterans.... more »
- Leesburg, VA
Chris is an amazing young man that has made my son feel more accepted through the Warrior Beads program. My son, Michael now goes... more »
- Brunswick, GA
Since the formation of the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps in 1775, honorable men and women have fought for the freedom, safety, and ideals of our country. Yet then and now, soldiers returning home have not always received the best treatment or opportunities despite their courageous military service.
Over the course of a year, nearly 130,000 veterans experience homelessness. An estimated 11-20% of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans will develop Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Fortunately, there are over 27,000 organizations supporting soldiers, veterans, and military families across the country. You can support our troops and veterans by packing care packages, volunteering at a local VA hospital, or working with a local veteran or military nonprofit.