Blog Posts Categorized: Any Initiative and 'veterans'

Veterans Day Giving Match: Support Teachers in Military Communities

November 10, 2017

$700K Matching Grant to Support Teachers Helping Military Families Acting on our duty to stand with military families, Craig Newmark Philanthropies is matching citizen donations to DonorsChoose.org classroom projects that serve military communities. For every $1 that you give, we’ll also give $1, doubling each donation. DonorsChoose.org, the leading platform for giving to public school… Read more »

Job Resources for Veterans And Their Families

October 18, 2017

Blue Star Families began when a group of military spouses got together to make a difference in the lives of military families. They knew the issues surrounding military families and saw a need for a platform where milfams could join forces with the general public and their communities to address the challenges of military life…. Read more »

#Give2Veterans: How A Single Retweet Can Help A Veteran

September 25, 2017

Guest Blog Post by Bob Woodruff Foundation Hey, the goal of the Bob Woodruff Foundation (BWF), if you’re not familiar with us, is to create long-lasting, positive outcomes for post-9/11 impacted veterans, service members and their families. We’ve joined forces with the Steven & Alexandra Cohen Foundation to raise funds to support veterans through their… Read more »

Protecting Voting Rights Shows Gratitude to Veterans

September 8, 2017

Voting is the core of democracy, and not only that: it’s also a way to thank veterans, active-duty, and their families for their service. That being said, I work with groups who are protecting Americans’ right to vote. The Brennan Center for Justice is is a nonpartisan law and policy institute that seeks to improve… Read more »

Finding Gender Equity for Veterans Despite Barriers

August 28, 2017

There are so many veterans in the US, and never enough support. Though, there are good orgs who are really serious about getting stuff done. The Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) is fighting hard for the often invisible veterans: Women. #SheWhoBorneTheBattle is IAVA’s campaign to fully recognize and improve services for women veterans. The… Read more »

Why Women Veterans Need Your Help Right Now

June 29, 2017

Did you know that more than 345,000 women have served in Iraq and Afghanistan? Women are the fastest-growing segment of the veteran population, and yet many women vets are left without the proper care to support their needs when they return from service. She Who Borne the Battle will change this by providing a foundation… Read more »