To abolish regressive gender roles and the epidemic of male violence using legal arguments, policy advocacy, and public education.
The Hero Kids Foundation’s aim is to provide a multidisciplinary approach to promote and support Military & First Responders children, together with the whole family, utilizing animal-assisted therapies along with nature based activities. We strive on building hope, confidence, and self-worth.
Hero Kids Foundation is dedicated to serving those who serve at home & enriching families to connect, restore, and thrive.
Vets4Warriors, housed at the Rutgers University Behavioral Health Care National Call Center in New Jersey, is part of the Rutgers University Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization*.
We are a national 24/7-peer support network for veteran and military communities 100% staffed by trained veterans and members of the military community, their families, and caregivers.
We are committed to ensuring that all veterans, service members, their families, and caregivers always have direct and immediate access to a peer who understands their life experiences and the challenges they face, and can provide support whenever they confront an issue, wherever they are in the world.
We believe that there is no physical, mental, or social challenge that we can’t help find a solution for. Regardless of the complexity of the issue, or how long it takes, we will continue to follow up, seek out possible avenues, and pursue different options until an answer is found. We go the extra mile.
We serve veterans of all generations and the entire military community, from those who just put on a uniform, to the caregiver of a veteran who has long since stopped wearing a uniform.
The Special Operators Transition Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to helping Special Operations Forces (SOF) veterans transition from the military into their next successful career.
What began with a simple question in a dinner conversation between four senior executives and Rob O’Neill, the U.S. Navy SEAL who killed Osama Bin Laden, “What are you going to do next?” has evolved into a four phase program that curates the transition experience for Special Operators of all services. Every year since inception we have increased the numbers of Special Operator veterans supported and funds raised.
In 2019, from Boston to San Francisco, 68 Special Operators transitioned into some of our nation’s highest performing companies. For 2020, we project 150 Fellows will be accepted into the SOTF program.
Our Fellows are senior Non-Commissioned Officers, Warrant Officers and Officers from Green Beret, SEAL, Delta Force, 75th Ranger Regiment, Marine Corps Special Operations and AFSOC units. They are the military’s pro athletes with special skills and advanced degrees, ready to find the right career. SOTF provides coaching and connections to help Special Operations veterans identify, prepare and execute a personal marketing plan. We also provide unique interactive opportunities for C-Suite executives to meet and explore opportunities in small venues.
The Horses Healing Heroes mission is to utilize the healing effects of horses into the growth and mental health of humans for treatment of psychological trauma, social and emotional abuse and other life challenging issues through therapy, education, coaching and support.
Our vision is to ensure that equine-assisted psychotherapy (EAP), provided in a positive environment with caring professionals and an unsurpassed standard of care, is accessible to those in need.
It is an honor and a duty to enable those put into harm’s way protecting us to enjoy their lives to the fullest when their mission is over.
To better the lives of people of all abilities through the healing power of horses.
Always building community connections to broaden our reach. Steadfast in our commitment to providing quality, affordable service to people of all abilities in Northeast Wisconsin in a family-oriented, natural environment.
As a diverse congregation, we welcome in the spirit of Christ all women, men, and children without regard for race, nationality, marital status, family composition, sexual orientation, gender-identity, socio-economic status, or physical disability, inviting all to participate fully in the life and ministry of our parish.
We encounter Christ in each person and therefore treat one another with trust, love, care, and respect.