Every month we will feature a couple of new patriotic charities on our website. Here you can find the current selections in the spotlight, along with the archives. If you know of a charity that you think deserves to be featured on our site, send us a message!
The charity’s are chosen by the Global American Patriot staff through research and consultation with charity watch. We are not affiliated with any of these charities.
Charity Spotlight August 2017:
“Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) serves veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound, co-incident to their military service on or after September 11, 2001 and their families.”
“Guide military families of all ranks, including those of the deployed, wounded, and fallen, through stressful times by providing children’s and family programs, financial help, advice, and advocacy.”
“The Navy SEAL Foundation provides immediate and ongoing support and assistance to the Naval Special Warfare community and its families.”
“To provide, in partnership with the Navy and Marine Corps, financial, educational, and other assistance to members of the Naval Service of the United States of America and eligible family members.”
“To provide emergency financial and other assistance to the families of our service members and wounded warriors.”
Charity Spotlight April 2017:
“Homes For Our Troops (HFOT) is a privately funded 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization that builds mortgage-free, specially adapted homes nationwide for severely injured Veterans Post – 9/11, to enable them to rebuild their lives. Most of these Veterans have sustained injuries including multiple limb amputations, partial or full paralysis, and/or severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). These homes restore some of the freedom and independence our Veterans sacrificed while defending our country, and enable them to focus on their family, recovery, and rebuilding their lives. Since its inception in 2004, nearly 90 cents of every dollar has gone directly to our program services for Veterans. HFOT builds these homes where the Veteran chooses to live, and continues its relationship with the Veterans after home delivery to assist them with rebuilding their lives.”
“The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund is a leader in supporting the men and women of the Armed Forces and their families. Begun in 2000 and established as an independent not-for-profit organization in 2003, the Fund has provided nearly $200 million in support for the families of military personnel lost in service to our nation, and for severely wounded military personnel and veterans. These efforts are funded entirely with donations from the public, and hundreds of thousands of individuals have contributed to the Fund. ”
“We believe those touched by military service can succeed at home by restoring their sense of self, family, and hope. Nationally, Hope For The Warriors provides comprehensive support programs for service members, veterans, and military families that are focused on transition, health and wellness, peer engagement, and connections to community resources.”
“Headquartered in the Atlanta metro area – with seven additional offices in Torrance, CA; San Diego, CA; Auburn, WA; Colorado Springs, CO; Dallas, TX; Boise, ID; and Raleigh, NC – Hire Heroes USA is a Charity Navigator 4-Star rated national nonprofit that provides consistently effective, individualized career coaching services to transitioning military members, veterans and military spouses with an uncompromising focus on results. Since 2007, we have confirmed more than 13,500 veterans and military spouses hired, and generated an estimated economic impact of $163 million in the veteran space.”
“To help those who have served our country honorably live with dignity and independence. The service dog programs of America’s VetDogs® were created to provide enhanced mobility and renewed independence to veterans, active-duty service members, and first responders with disabilities, allowing them to once again live with pride and self-reliance. Not only does a service dog provide support with daily activities, it provides the motivation to tackle new challenges. VetDogs trains and places guide dogs for individuals who are blind or have low vision; PTSD service dogs to help mitigate the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder; hearing dogs for those who have lost their hearing later in life; service dogs for those with other physical disabilities, and facility dogs as part of the rehabilitation process in military and VA hospitals.”