Hope For The Brave would love to have your support for our veterans.
Remember, anyone and everyone can help. America is about diversity of life at its core, and we are no different. Even if you don’t know anyone currently or formerly serving, or if you don’t know much about military life, we still want need your help. All you need is a passion and desire to help others.
There are numerous ways that everyone who wants to help can actually help and make a significant difference in the lives of our veterans.
Hope For The Brave counts on individual donations to help us keep our programs free for veterans.
Donations can be made in big and small numbers, but 100% of all individual donations made online will go towards ensuring better lives for the people who served our country.
Check out our Donate page to learn about all of the ways you can give.
Volunteers are the lifeblood of any non-profit organization and we cannot reach our goals without our amazing volunteers. There are various opportunities for you and your family, friends and co-workers to volunteer with us. Needs range from seminar speaking, content writing, social media support, project management, event coordination and fundraising.
If you are interested in using your talents to help our veterans for any of our initiatives, send an email to email@example.com and we'll see where you fit best.
Mentorship is a critical component to the success of anyone in business. Transition out of the military is filled with ups and downs and these journeys can be more effective with a network of leaders and small business owners to learn from and grow with.
At Hope For The Brave, we are always looking for individuals that can commit to mentoring 1-2 veterans over a period of 6-months or more. We ask our mentors to provide guidance, truth, and encouragement as our Community Warriors take on the new challenges of their post-military life.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in becoming a mentor. You should also sign up below for our newsletter to stay informed and learn how to help.