The Veterans Crisis Line is a free, confidential resource that’s available to anyone, even if you’re not registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care. The caring, qualified responders at the Veterans Crisis Line are specially trained and experienced in helping Veterans of all ages and circumstances.

The foundation has a blocked scholarship fund which assists funding the Marine Corps League’s Scholarship Program. These scholarships are granted to children and grandchildren of members of the Marine Corps League and its Ladies Auxiliary. Applications are encouraged by League members from every state and the local sponsoring Detachment is responsible for determining that the applicant(s) it is sponsoring have demonstrated through activities or interviews that values such as respect, attitude, patriotism and self-discipline are held.

The Foundation supports the educational activities of the Young Marines of the Marine Corps League and the Youth Physical Fitness Program of the Marine Corps League. Both of these programs have been widely recognized as being very effective in the area of drug prevention and character development. The Young Marine of the Year is awarded recognition in the form of funds to further their education. The Youth Physical Fitness National Team Competition is held annually and top scoring male and female teams and individuals are recognized with cash awards.

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Team Red, White & Blue (Team RWB), a nonprofit organization founded in 2010, insists that all veterans have the opportunity to reclaim what was most precious about their military service: an unwavering sense of belonging born of challenges that show us what we are capable of. Team RWB is where veterans belong. For more information, visit

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(From their website) Vet Tix * provides tickets to events which reduce stress, strengthen family bonds, build life-long memories and encourage service members and veterans to stay engaged with local communities and American life. We support our troops by honoring their service and providing positive family and life experiences, during and after their years of service to our country.

Vet Tix provides tickets to all branches of currently-serving Military and Veterans, including immediate family of troops KIA.

Vet Tix secures tickets to sporting events, concerts, performing arts, educational and family activities across the nation. VetTixers sign up online. We verify their service. VetTixers request tickets to events that interest them, then pay a small delivery fee to receive their free tickets.

Supporting Our Heroes recover, transition, & thrive. Semper Fi Fund focuses on innovative and effective programs that make a difference.  They provide financial assistance and lifetime support to post-9/11 combat wounded, critically ill and catastrophically injured service members and their families. You are not alone. From injury through recovery, comprehensive programs improve the lives of wounded veterans and address the unique needs of their immediate families.

  • Service Member and Family Support Program – Bedside Financial, Housing Assistance, Transportation Assistance, Kids Camp, Canine Program, Horsemanship Program, Adaptive Equipment, Caregiver Support & Retreats
  • Transition Program – Education & Career Assistance, Veteran 2 Veteran Support, Apprenticeship Program, Veterans & Unit Reunions, Odyssey Retreat
  • Integrative Wellness Program – Neuro Fitness, Specialized Equipment, Counseling, Doc’s Corner, Post Traumatic Growth Video Resources, and Sports Program
  • LCpl Parsons Welcome Home Fund for Vietnam Veterans – The program will expand the mission to care for veterans from all US military service branches who are catastrophically injured from combat operations in Vietnam.

The mission of Focus Marines Foundation (FMF) is to develop and administer programs for wounded warriors which will assist them in their transition from military to civilian lives. FMF developed a week long program called FOCUS, located west of St. Louis, Missouri. The program is conducted four times each year with a maximum of 30 per class. Participants arrive on Saturday and depart the following Saturday.

If you or someone you care about is struggling with the transition from military life to civilian life, you are not alone and there is help! Many men and women who have left the military are experiencing the same problems, like:

  • ANXIETY: Quick to anger. The smallest things can trigger anger
  • DEPRESSION: Lacks motivation, focus and purpose. Not working or attending school
  • ADDICTION: Addicted to drugs, alcohol, porn or video gaming
  • INSOMNIA: Poor or erratic sleep. Little or no sleep at night and little sleep during the day
  • ISOLATION: Avoids public places, friends and family
  • RELATIONSHIPS: Problems with family, friends and coworker relationships
  • NEGATIVITY: Most things have a negative meaning, the glass is always half empty
  • SELF-DOUBT: Lacks self-confidence and has lost pride and self-respect

Team Rubicon serves communities by mobilizing veterans to continue their service, leveraging their skills and experience to help people prepare, respond, and recover from disasters and humanitarian crises.

Team Rubicon’s mission is providing disaster relief to those affected by natural disasters, be they domestic or international. By pairing the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders, medical professionals, and technology solutions, Team Rubicon aims to provide the greatest service and impact possible.

Through continued service, Team Rubicon seeks to provide our veterans with three things they lose after leaving the military: a purpose, gained through disaster relief; community, built by serving with others; and identity, from recognizing the impact one individual can make. Coupled with leadership development and other opportunities, Team Rubicon looks to help veterans transition from military to civilian life.