Wounded Warrior Project’s 2020 Community Partners
Bastion Community of Resilience supports returning warriors and families through their transition from military service and beyond by providing a healing environment within an intentionally designed neighborhood.
Canine Companions for Independence enhances the lives of adults, children and veterans with disabilities by providing highly trained assistance dogs and ongoing support to ensure quality partnerships – all free of charge.
Dog Tag Inc. empowers veterans with service-connected disabilities, military spouses, and caregivers to discover purpose and find community outside the military. Specifically, DTI’s fellowship program trains and educates post-9/11 veterans with service-connected disabilities, military spouses, and caregivers on entrepreneurship and business skills with a certificate of Business Administration from Georgetown University.
Eisenhower Center provides a treatment program for veterans recovering from neurological injuries. Participants recovering from concussion, TBI, PTSD, anxiety, depression, and suspected CTE are immersed in an intense transitional treatment program to educate, support, and treat multiple deficit areas and contributory factors.
The Elizabeth Dole Foundation strengthens and empowers America’s military caregivers and their families by raising public awareness, driving research, championing policy, and leading collaborations that make a significant impact on their lives.
To put military veterans experiencing homelessness back to work by providing safe and secure housing with extensive services, intense case management, and counseling that promotes mental and physical wellness. Five STAR Veterans serves male homeless veterans in the Jacksonville, Florida community.
MFAN provides an authentic voice of the modern military family and the bridge that connects military families to the resources, people, and information they depend on to successfully navigate all phases of military life.
Our Military Kids supports children of deployed National Guard and Reserve service members, as well as those of wounded veterans from all service branches. Our grants provide up to $300 for a chosen activity, helping military children cope with stress and anxiety, fostering self-confidence while their parents are deployed or recovering.
With programming focused on communities, campuses, and veterans, SAFE Project confronts the addiction epidemic through Public Awareness; Family Outreach and Support; Law Enforcement and Medical Response; Full Spectrum Prevention; Prescription Drugs and Treatment and Recovery.
Operation Healing Forces (OHF) serves the needs of active-duty and veteran wounded, ill, and injured Special Operations Forces (SOF) and their families by starting or continuing the process of mentally, physically, and emotionally healing in preparation to return to the fight or transition successfully into civilian life.
Comfort Crew’s mission is to deliver proven strategies to prepare every military child for the unique challenges they face so they positively impact themselves, their families, and our country.
Farmer Veteran Coalition (FVC) mobilizes veterans to feed America. FVC does so by developing viable employment and meaningful career opportunities through collaboration with farming and military communities.
Rosalynn Carter Institute’s (RCI) overall goal is to support caregivers – both family and professional – through efforts of advocacy, education, research, and service.
Veterans of Foreign Wars' mission is to foster camaraderie among United States veterans of overseas conflicts. To serve our veterans, the military and our communities. To advocate on behalf of all veterans.
Warrior Canine Connection utilizes a Mission Based Trauma Recovery (MBTR) model to help recovering warriors reconnect with life, their families, their communities, and each other. Warriors interact with dogs from birth through adulthood, training these dogs to act as service dogs for wounded warriors. Warrior Trainers benefit from the animal-human connection, while wounded warriors receive the support that a service dog can provide.
Founded by two Marine combat veterans in 2017, Warrior Reunion Foundation exists to provide all combat veterans with the opportunity to reunite, remember, and recover together.
Yellow Ribbon Fund offers supplemental assistance to wounded, ill and injured service members and their caregivers – that bridges the gap between their needs and earned benefits – enabling families to stay together during critical recuperation phases.