Looking for veteran organizations to support? Here are three veteran charities to donate to this holiday season to help our veterans once they return home from service.
Hope for the Warriors was founded in 2006 by military wives who witnessed, first-hand, the effects of war on families and spouses. Their services include career transition and education programs, health and wellness counseling, and community building initiatives for military families transitioning into civilian life.
22 veterans die by suicide everyday. Rags of Honors is working to end veteran suicides by providing support services, employment, education, housing, and assistance to at-risk military veterans and their families. You can make a financial donation to their cause or support their employment initiatives through their partner brands.
Puppies Behind Bars’ mission is two-fold: provide well-trained service dogs for wounded war veterans and first responders, while offering prison inmates an opportunity to contribute to a greater cause. Puppies enter prison at the age of 8 weeks and live with their inmate trainers for approximately two years before getting paired with their forever home.If you’re unable to make direct financial contributions to these organizations, consider crossing off your holiday shopping list with gifts from veteran-owned businesses. Shop our veteran-owned gift guide!