MISSION STATEMENT

We are a 501(c)(3) with the primary goals of being self-sufficient through the establishment of businesses that employ veterans, serving the essential survival needs of homeless veterans and others in peril, and offering long-term sustainability training and transitional support elements to help secure stable living arrangements for our clients. Our efforts are specifically aimed at reducing the alarming suicide rate for veterans.

Latest News:

We are excited to announce our partnership with The 988 Initiative to help create conversations around mental health and suicide prevention. They will be partnering with us for The Boston MarathonTeam 29029, and many more collaborations in the future.

Our foundation is conducting its first Silent Auction with artwork from Shayla Hayward-Lundy. Submit your bid for her original piece entitled "head (trauma)" before 9/1/22 via our Contact page. The winner will be announced during the first week of September. Ms. Hayward-Lundy is an artist, clinician, and researcher committed to improving the quality of care within military health systems. 

Theo Kamperides will be running The Boston Marathon (4/17/23) on behalf of our foundation! Theo will be our third runner in a row doing the 26.2 miles from the starting line in Hopkinton to the finish line on Boylston Street! Support Theo's effort on his GoFundMe page.

GloryFest '23 will take place Sunday 4/23/23 at the legendary Municipal Memorial Auditorium! We are very pleased to partner with ASM Global and The Shreveport Convention Center for our second benefit concert.

We are assembling a group of veterans and others to complete The 29029 Everesting Challenge in October 2023. Visit our team page for details!

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