Team RWB (Red, White and Blue):

Team RWB’s mission is to enrich the lives of America’s veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity.  Team RWB creates opportunities for team members to connect through fitness, sports, and recreation to improve physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing. By engaging members in meaningful team and community-based experiences such as leadership and service that, beyond physical and social activities, renew self-identity and purpose in life for Team RWB members. Team RWB has local chapters throughout the United States of America that can be located on the link below.  You don’t  have to be a veteran to join Team RWB.

The Mission Continues:

The Mission Continues empowers veterans who are adjusting to life at home to find purpose through community impact. We deploy veterans on new missions in their communities, so that their actions will inspire future generations to serve. Team Mission Continues is dedicated to bringing together veterans and innovative community organizations to create transformational change for communities in need all across the country. Team Mission Continues has service platoons throughout the USA. You don’t  have to be a veteran to be a member of The Mission Continues.

Team Rubicon:

Team Rubicon unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams. Team Rubicon is divided up into 10 different regions.  Team Rubicon will respond to natural disasters in the US and also abroad to help aid in relief of those effected.  To be deployed by Team Rubicon they require that you have a certain amount of training in certain areas.  You don’t have to be a veteran to be a member of Team Rubicon.

Student Veterans of America:

Student Veterans of America (SVA) mission is to provide military veterans with the resources, support, and advocacy needed to succeed in higher education and following graduation. Since SVA’s founding in 2008, over one million veterans have returned home to pursue a postsecondary degree or certificate using VA education benefits.  To meet this need, SVA’s presence at the local and national levels has grown to include over 1,300 chapter affiliates, numerous private and nonprofit partners,  and most importantly, an expanding list of impactful programs and services for veterans. The nation’s renewed focus on veteran welfare has ignited change on campuses and in congress.  SVA is committed to capitalizing on this momentum to ensure today’s and tomorrow’s veterans are supported in their transition to education and employment.