Charities

It is the mission of The Warfighter Journal to support the Warfighting Community. The Journal accomplishes this through teaching, mentorship, coaching, and guidance, but it doesn’t end there. The Journal ALSO works to help provide direct financial support to Veteran organizations in need of funding. Helping individuals grow through personal and professional development is only half of our mission, helping the community support those in need is the other half.

Current OFFICIAL list of Veteran Charities and Organizations that The Journal supports.



GVMCLogoGasconade Veteran’s Memorial Campground (Elysium Project LLC)
Fidelis Et Honoris
GVMC on Facebook

Gasconade Veteran’s Memorial Campground (GVMC) is a Non-Profit organization dedicated to providing Disabled Veterans, Individuals with Disabilities, and Veterans with rehabilitation services through outdoors activities. The campgrounds are open year around, and to the general public, though individuals with disabilities are able to stay for free.

CERTIFIED: 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization


Summit For A Soldier LogoSummit For A Soldier
Making a Difference With Every Step
http://www.summitforasoldier.org/

Summit For A Soldier is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with the goal of raising awareness for disabled veterans by climbing mountains!

Summit For A Soldier uses publicized climbs to raise awareness and funding for disabled veterans. The climbs are an act of solidarity and represent the struggles which disabled veterans must go through to learn to cope with their mental and physical disabilities. The climbs also raise money for partnering non-profit organizations through a pledge program, which money is raised by each foot climbed.

CERTIFIED: 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization


Camaraderie of Courage LogoCamaraderie of Courage

http://www.camaraderieofcourage.org/

Camaraderie of Courage is a 501(c)(3) that supports ALL Soldiers and Families of 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division, past and present, fallen or wounded.

The mission of Camaraderie of Courage is tri-fold:
1) To ensure that all Soldiers of 1st Brigade Combat Team, past or present, fallen or wounded are not forgotten.
2) To provide support to these same Soldiers and their Family Members in easing the burden resulting from mission requirements.
3) To supplement existing morale operations for those personnel and their families.

CERTIFIED: 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization


WarriorHallWarrior Hall
With You All The Way
http://www.warriorhall.org/

Warrior Hall guides veterans and their families in their journey from Warfighter to Citizen through Peer Support and other beneficial programs.

1) No Veteran should ever feel alone. Those who commit suicide typically don’t do it while surrounded by their friends. The phrases, “No man left behind” and “Semper Fidelis” are not just words. They have real meaning to us here at Warrior Hall.
2) Veterans are force multipliers, not victims. At Warrior Hall, we work vigorously to dispel the notion that victimhood is a normal consequence of having served our country in war.
3) It’s hard to be sad when you’re being useful. Here at Warrior Hall, we are dedicated to approaching veteran wellness from a holistic perspective. Clinical care can help heal the mind. But a fractured spirit requires other kinds of care. The former cannot become whole without the latter. Regaining that sense of purpose can make a big difference. FIND YOUR MISSION!
In a nutshell: First, we preserve life. Then we take away all excuses. Ultimately, we help a veteran find his/her mission. What we end up with is a highly focused, driven veteran with a zeal for living a life full of meaning.

CERTIFIED: 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization


MakeSafeInternationalMakeSafe International
Safety is a right, not a product
https://makesafeintl.org

MakeSafe International is a non-profit organization committed to clearing explosive hazards, treating victims, and providing peace of mind to inhabitants of hostile environments around the globe.

The word “casualties” in its most general sense includes the injured as well as the dead. Accounts of the number of coalition wounded vary widely, partly because it is not obvious what should be counted: should only those injuries serious enough to put a soldier out of commission be included? Do illnesses or injuries caused by accidents count, or should the focus be restricted to wounds caused by hostile engagement? We, at MakeSafe International believe that all injuries and deaths coming from a hostile environment are casualties and should be accounted for and furthermore, all casualties should be addresses with first aid care and prevention.

CERTIFIED: 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization



Disclaimer

Partners, affiliates, and supported charities are organizations which it is The Warfighter Journal’s goal to support, or who support the mission of The Warfighter Journal. The appearance of hyperlinks, media, organizations, companies, and/or charities does not specifically constitute endorsement. Linked websites, or the information, products or services contained therein do not specifically constitute endorsement by The Warfighter Journal. The Warfighter Journal reserves the right to refuse any partnership/affiliate request that is not deemed appropriate to the goals or mission statement of the company. The Warfighter Journal reserves the right to terminate any partner relationship at any point.

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