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Great Military Charities
A portion of every purchase made through is donated to Yellow Ribbon, Operation Supply Drop, Commit Foundation and America's Vet Dogs. To honor and support those who serve, we donate the majority of the commissions earned from your purchases to these great military causes - we always give back more than we keep.

America's VetDogs
America’s VetDogs® provides guide and service dogs free of charge to those who have served our country honorably and who now seek the enhanced mobility and independence of an assistance dog.

NS2 Serves
NS2 Serves™ is an independent, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization established by SAP National Security Services, Inc. (SAP NS2®) to give back to the community it serves by training and employing veterans in high-tech careers. The course is open to post-9/11 U.S. military service veterans and reservists (including disabled veterans) and Gold Star spouses who meet certain eligibility requirements.

Yellow Ribbon Fund
The Yellow Ribbon Fund provides practical support to injured service members, their families, and caregivers while they’re at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Fort Belvoir Community Hospital, and other military hospitals. This support continues after they return to their hometowns through emergency financial aid, adaptive fitness and sports, wellness programs, and taking care of the caregivers who put their lives on hold to care for their wounded, injured, or ill service member.

Healing Our Veterans
Identify veterans suffering from traumatic brain injuries and post traumatic stress disorders. We then vector these veterans to clinics where their brains are scanned to determine the damaged portions of the brain. Once the degree and location of the brain damage has been determined the resident physician will prescribe hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) for treatment. The number of treatments will be determined by the degree of damage. At least 40 but usually 80 treatments will be required.

Bridging The Gap In Virginia
Our mission is to empower former incarcerated individuals, veterans, at-risk youth, substance abusers, and homeless individuals, by helping them overcome the barriers that hinder their effective transition following military duty, recovery and/or incarceration into mainstream society.

007 Benefit LTD
We honor our Wounded Warrior Heroes and Military Heroes, both with an annual celebration (007 Black Tie Gala) as well with support to worthy organizations whose missions are to support our Armed Forces Veterans. The 007 Benefit LTD's mission is to provide funds for Veterans and Wounded Warrior Charities, raise the Charity's awareness to the Community, and honor the sacrifices of Veterans, Wounded Warrior Heroes, and Military Heroes with a special Annual Black Tie celebration.

The Veterans Group
The Veterans Group is a registered nonprofit organization operating two homes in the University City section of Philadelphia. Our mission is to empower Veterans in need to achieve success in civilian society. We accomplish this by providing a roof over their heads and warm meals. We offer a variety of programs and services developed as individualized plans for each resident in a familial community of support and care.

Alexandria West Rotary Club
Our members dedicate time, talents and energy to meet humanitarian challenges both locally and internationally.

Our mission is to improve the lives of veterans and their families as they transition to civilian life by creating and maintaining a comprehensive, free, online system of best-in-class education resources called the VICTORS Project (Veterans In Career Transition Online Resource System).

Veterans Recovery Corps
We are a charity that will create communities where disabled veterans and their families can live together: a place where all the buildings are accessible. Hopefully being able to live an independent and full life with people who have similar experiences can help their morale and decrease the number of suicides by veterans. We will also hire as many people of differing abilities as we can to work in our organization and within these communities.

Mission in Citrus Inc

Shelter Dogs For Veterans
We are an organization providing veterans injured in combat and suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome/Traumatic Brain Injury, with new found freedom through a trained service dog. These dogs are rescued from kill shelters and partnered with the veteran. Working together, we train the dog to their specific needs. Our program not only improves the lives of our veterans, but also saves shelter dogs from euthanasia.

Operation Supply Drop
OSD is a global, chapter based, Veteran Service Organization (EIN 27-3842517) providing relevant, relatable and sustainable impact to the military community through social, professional and service-oriented programs. Since 2010, OSD has impacted over 600,000 members of the military community through these award-winning programs.

Catholic Veterans Service Foundation
Our mission is to care for those who shall have borne the battle and for his widow, and his orphan. By providing the services of our national and local area V.A. Service Officers free of charge to those members and other veterans who request professional assistance in preparing and defending their claims for federal veterans benefits. We remember that it is the individual veteran and their their family who have volunteered and put their lives on the line for the rest of us.

Tech For Troops Project
Tech For Troops Project provides Free refurbished computers to veterans, enabling them to connect with employers and develop essential computer skills. We hire veterans and provide technical training, keep usable computers out of the landfill, and recycle electronics in an environmentally sustainable way. Our Vision is to Raise the prospects for success in civilian life for all veterans, Expand the workforce domestically, Reduce pollution and carbon output from manufacturing new electronics.

COPE International-USA
COPE International-USA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, incorporated in Virginia in 1999. Our mission is to build sustainable indigenous capabilities to ameliorate or resolve needs, both at home and abroad, while acting in partnership with governmental and nongovernmental organizations.