Organizations We Work With

 

 

 

  • American Bar Association, Standing Committee on Legal Assistance for Military Personnel (LAMP) fosters continued, improved, and increased growth of quality legal assistance programs to military, their families, and civilian DoD personnel. Provides pro-bono legal aid to active duty personnel.
  • The American Red Cross aids victims of natural disaster and war at home and abroad.
  • Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine promotes health and prevents disease, injury, and disability of soldiers, veterans, civilian employees, and their families.
  • Boys and Girls Clubs of America aims to enable young people, especially those with high needs, to reach their full potential. Provides caring adults, safe spaces, and wrap-around supports.
  • Blue Star Families uses a “for us/by us” model to support, connect, and empower military families. Raises awareness of military family life within civilian communities.
  • Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress aims to advance traumatic stress awareness, knowledge, leadership, and treatment methods through an academic-based approach.
  • Child and Adolescent Center of Excellence at Madigan Army Medical Center ensures optimal physical, emotional, and behavioral well-being of military youth worldwide through comprehensive youth-centered, strengths-based program and provides technical assistance to military youth-serving professionals.
  • Children’s Defense Fund focuses on advocacy to provide equal opportunities to all children.
  • Civic Enterprises helps corporations, nonprofits, foundations, universities, and governments develop and spearhead innovative public policies to strengthen communities and the nation.
  • Code of Support translates “support our troops” from words into action by partnering with other organizations and facilitating public awareness, public service, and fundraising for veterans, their families, and the organizations that support them.
  • Congressional Military Family Caucus educates members of Congress and staff on military resources for families; develops legislation to support military families.
  • Department of Defense, Office of Military Community and Family Policy establishes and supports quality-of-life programs for military personnel and their families worldwide.
  • Easter Seals New Hampshire does “whatever it takes” to provide services to people with disabilities or special needs, as well as their families.
  • The First Tee, a World Golf Foundation initiative, helps young people — including military children — build life skills through golf and character education.
  • Girls Inc. aims to uplift girls and create future female leaders by inspiring all girls to be “strong, smart, and bold” through a network of local organizations in the United States and Canada.
  • Give an Hour coordinates efforts for mental health professionals to donate their time to Iraq and Afghanistan veterans.
  • Hope for the Warriors advocates for and provides supports and services to wounded warriors.
  • Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America advocates for troops and veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars and provides a cohesive community for these individuals as well as their civilian supporters.
  • Lutheran Social Services of Minnesota responds directly its most vulnerable citizens’ needs to improve their lives.
  • Military Child Education Coalition works toward “ensuring quality educational opportunities for all military children affected by mobility, family separation, and transition.”
  • Military Impacted Schools Association serves school districts with high concentrations of military children as a national network of school superintendents.
  • Military Officers Association of America provides independent, non-partisan, non-policy based support to officer communities as the nation's largest and association of military officers.
  • MilSpouse Network educates, empowers, and advances military spouses through networking, mentoring, and professional development.
  • Mission Serve is the ServiceNation coalition’s civilian-military initiative, connecting the civilian and military communities through a broad array of service and volunteer partnerships.
  • National Association of Child Care Resource and Referral Agencies promotes national policies and partnerships while focusing on child development and learning for all children. Provides a voice for child care resource & referral.
  • National Guard Bureau serves as the channel of communications between the states and the Departments of the Army and the Air Force; participates with the Army and Air Force staffs in programs pertaining to the National Guard.
  • National Military Family Association advocates for and spreads awareness of military families and provides information regarding their quality of life and benefits issues.
  • National Security Council advises the President on national security and foreign policy matters, including supports for military families.
  • Office of the First Lady acts as a platform for the First Lady’s initiatives, including Joining Forces, which supports military families.
  • Operation Military Family is a research-based, faith-neutral company whose aim is to strengthen military marriages by collaborating with other businesses to deliver products, educational materials and events.
  • Parents as Teachers helps organizations and professionals work with parents during the critical early years of their children's lives, by using tools that include curriculum development, home visiting, professional development, and advocacy.
  • The Points of Light Institute inspires, equips, and mobilizes people to make change through its many programs and initiatives, including the Community Blueprint, which adds structure and organization to the military advocacy community and provides examples of promising practices.
  • Purdue University Military Family Research Institute uses research and outreach tools to help improve the lives of service members.
  • RAND Corp. publishes independent, non-partisan research and reports to help with problem-solving and decision-making regarding the nation’s most important issues.
  • SALUTE Veterans' Resource Center, Institute for Veterans and Military Families and other programs at Syracuse University serve veterans' and military families' higher education needs and dissimenate best practices.
  • Senate Military Family Caucus aims to explore and substantively address the unique and growing challenges faced by our military families including childcare, education, employment, health care and the effects of multiple deployments on the mental health and well-being of spouses, caregivers and children.
  • Sesame Workshop provides deployment resources, including videos, for military children dealing with the stresses of deployments and frequent moves.
  • Student Veterans of America helps with the “combat to campus” transition and aims to get veterans to and through college (to then enter the workforce).
  • Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors hosts seminars, peer mentor groups, counseling sessions, and other forums for grieving survivors of military family members.
  • The Trevor Romain Company is an educational publisher that develops supplemental educational materials to promote children’s academic achievement, positive growth and behavior self-management through social, emotional, and physical fitness learning.
  • Truman National Security Project recruits, trains and positions a new generation of Americans to lead on national security.
  • UCLA FOCUS Project provides resiliency training to military families and teaches practical skills for handling deployment and reintegration.
  • Veterans and Military Families for Progress fights for veterans, service members, and their families by ensuring that their contributions and sacrifices are understood by the American public, endorsed by elected officials, and protected by legislation and public policy.
  • Veterans Campaign trains veterans to run for public office
  • Veterans’ Employment Project, U.S. Chamber of Commerce hosts job fairs and promotes news coverage through a largely state-focused lens for their “hiring our heroes” initiative.
  • Vietnam Veterans of America promotes and supports the full range of issues important to Vietnam veterans, including changing public perception and helping create a new identity for the current generation of veterans.
  • ZERO TO THREE promotes physical, emotional, and neurological development of infants and toddlers; informs, trains, and supports early childhood professionals.