Green Leaf Financial & Insurance Services, Inc. partnered with the MRN in order to provide insurance advice and policies to their members and affiliates. MRN is an organization that aims to provide education, travel/tourism connections, and support to military reunion meeting and event planners all across the United States. Green Leaf is honored and thrilled to be working so closely with military veterans, volunteers, and planners. The opportunity to meet and thank those who have served in the military in person and provide some insurance insight was a no-brainer for us.
Next Step Service Dogs is a nonprofit organization who's mission is to assist, employ, and empower veterans, active military, and first responders who have PTSD, TBI, and/or mobility limitations. The training program trains amazing service dogs to greatly improve quality of life for each client.
Sonoran Winds Hospice, provides palliative and hospice care specializing in providing care for veterans, law enforcement, fire fighters and first responders. Hospice and palliative care focus on the entire patient, clinical, emotional, psycho- social, and spiritual. Our patients often have unique issues that come from combat stress and/or PTSD issues. We go to extra lengths to make sure we honor these patients in ways that we know work, as we are veterans ourselves. We also employee title 38 agents to help apply for benefits and navigate the VA system to apply for available benefits at no cost to the veteran. We are a VA certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and the owners are both veterans with combat deployments and one with a purple heart. We are currently expanding in areas like San Diego with large military populations, and partnering with foundations to
ensure we have the full scope of services for all veterans regardless of their country of service.
The mission of the Coalition to Salute America’s Heroes is to help severely-wounded veterans and families of Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom, and Operation New Dawn recover from their injuries and illnesses, and to inspire other organizations and the general public to participate in this effort.
Through our programs of aid and assistance, the Coalition offers individual contributors, corporations and volunteers many ways to give so these veterans and their families receive what they need and deserve in return for the sacrifices they made for us.
Restoring hope to a wounded hero can take a lifetime. Rebuilding his or her life takes a commitment from all of us.
Named after Northern Pacific Railway president Frederick H. Billings, the city was founded in 1882.The Railroad formed the city as a western railhead for its further westward expansion. You don't have to drive too far out of Billings, Montana to find some truly interesting and fun things to see and do. Theirs Pompey's ,
Jeff Senour is the patriotic pilot whose band is bringing inspiration and patriotism back to our schools. By day his stage is the sky, as he flies Southwest passengers across the country. By night, his stage may be anywhere in the country
Since its inception, CTS has performed at over 20 schools across the country. The process is simple: An interested high school books the date with Jeff. The school then receives professionally scored music, for the band to begin practicing about a month before the performance.
Jeff and his band fly in before the concert date to conduct a workshop with the high school before the curtain goes up.
For a few hours, students treat family, friends, the community, and themselves to inspirational and patriotic music. With messages of resilience, unity, pride, and gratitude for our military, the students and audience lift each other up in a powerful event. Students who are members of military families are recognized, as are veterans.
Boone Cutler is an author, columnist, music video director and Warfighter Rights leader. He holds the distinguished honor of being the first nationally recognized radio talk show personality who is also a combat veteran from the current war. Boone's message is simple: “America has lost faith in what they used to believe.
Nine years after returning from deployment in Somalia, Cleo DeLoner was battling PTSD. She rarely slept, fearing the ghosts under her pillow, and pushed herself to the brink. On June 24, 2002, she decided the world would be better off without her and grabbed a .22 long rifle, headed for the “river.” After smoking a cigarette and eating a lollipop, she picked up the rifle, jammed the magazine in, locked and loaded a round, pointed it to her face and pulled the trigger…. The gun went off, but Cleo is still here today. How did she live? Why was she spared?