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Non Profits We Support

It's a give-and-take kind of relationship. We support other veteran-oriented companies and they support us. Check out the brothers we've found that are doing their part to represent the best of the best..  




GallantFew’s mission is to prevent veteran isolation by connecting new veterans with hometown veteran mentors, thereby facilitating a peaceful, successful transition from military service to a civilian life filled with hope and purpose.


 Run Ranger Run

Teams of up to ten individuals will pledge to walk, run and/or ride bicycles a combined total of 565 miles in the month of February (usually 28 days). Teams may be formed from anywhere in the world and your miles can be logged from the comfort of your own home. As a collective, all participants raise funds for GallantFew and increase awareness for Veteran issues surrounding the transition from active military service to civilian life.







Team Foster was founded in 2014 to honor a friend and hero killed in action. Erick Foster was inspiration to many.  He pushed himself and motivated everyone around to him to be better–to go a little farther, to give a little more. Team Foster raises money to partner service dogs with tri-state area veterans suffering from combat-related disabilities including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injury (TBI). We ensure these dogs are obtained, cared for and provided a specialized training team – all at no cost to our veterans.  We want to make sure there is No Hero Left Behind.






 Capital K-9 Association

Capital K-9 Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing ballistic body      armor and safety equipment for police working dogs. We work towards promoting a positive image of K-9 while educating the public on the necessity and importance of K-9 in modern policing.







Battle Borne

BATTLE BORNE was founded to help veterans on their recovery journey meet their needs by connecting them with resources found in their own backyard

















Joint Task Force 22 to Zero

Joint Task Force 22 to Zero unites current and former members of the US Armed Forces, Law Enforcement and First Responders to educate them on the impacts of PTSD and service related suicide and empowers them to seek assistance to conquer these challenges and improve their quality of life.
The Vision of JTF 22 to Zero is to build and sustain a culture that reduces the stigma of behavioral health challenges and eliminates the incidences of service related suicide among a unified Military, Law Enforcement and Safety Services community.

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