ONE NATION FOUNDATION
At OneNation Foundation (a 501c3) we foster relationships with other non-profits that serve our veteran and first responder communities. These partnerships allow us to support worthy projects and programs to avoid duplication of services and unnecessary competitions for funding.
GIVING & SERVING
In addition to providing financial assistance, OneNation Foundation also volunteers on a regular basis to serve our heroes. We believe strongly that giving time and talent is just as important as giving our resources.
Children in the Navy SEAL community have different challenges than other students. That’s why the SEALKIDS Academic Support Program was developed to give specialized help. Their network of tutors assists with general and specific studies for Navy SEAL kids in all grade levels–wherever they call home. Giving them the skills they need to succeed. SEALS NEVER QUIT.
A FEW OF THE ORGANIZATIONS WE ARE HELPING RIGHT NOW
WE ARE PROUD TO SUPPORT CAUSES LIKE THESE WITH FINANCIAL RESOURCES AND WITH OUR HANDS
PINK WARRIOR ANGELS
This Texas 501c3 gives financial and emotional support to active duty military and veteran men & women and their spouses who have received a cancer diagnosis and are under going treatment.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars is a nonprofit veterans service organization comprised of eligible veterans and military service members from the active, guard and reserve forces.
WHEN LIFE SUCKS FOUNDATION
WLS Foundation exists to strengthen veterans, first-responders and their families in the fight to heal from trauma and live well.
The mission of Soldiers’ Angels is to provide aid, comfort, and resources to the military, veterans, and their families.
EOD WARRIOR FOUNDATION
EODWF Serves the EOD community by providing financial assistance and support to Active-Duty, Reserve, National Guard, Veteran EOD Techs and their families.
PGA HOPE introduces golf to Veterans with disabilities to enhance their physical, mental, social and emotional well-being.
“Without heroes, we are all plain people, and don't know how far we can go.”
American Novelist 1914–1986