• War Hippies Gives

    In 2023, we launched a program very near and dear to our hearts and named it War Hippies Gives.

    We partnered with Sweetwater, the largest music retailer in the world, and Connolly Music, the manufacturer of Donnie's violins at Sweetwater. Through this very unique partnership and the support of various non-profits, grants are given to school districts in need to get instruments at or below cost along with other long-term supportive benefits so that kids can be afforded the opportunity to learn music and have access to instruments.

    Donnie explains, "If I was not given the opportunity to play violin growing up, I certainly would not be where I am today. We are thrilled to be partnering with Sweetwater to provide instruments to children who lack access, giving them what we were fortunate enough to have as kids, the gift of music."

  • Special Operators Transition Foundation

    The Special Operators Transition Foundation (SOTF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to helping Special Operations Forces (SOF) veterans transition from the military into their next successful career. Since 2013, the Special Operators Transition Foundation (SOTF), formerly operating as Your Grateful Nation (YGN), has specialized in assisting Special Operations Forces veterans with the successful transition from the service into their next great career in corporate America. 
  • Base Camp 40 - Warriors in the Wild

    Since the first hunt in 2011, Base Camp 40, Warriors In The Wild has hosted over 400 Veterans on all expenses paid outdoor adventures across the country and British Columbia. Powered by the cornerstone of gracious landowners, amazing sponsors, and dedicated volunteers who embrace the meaning of giving back, BC40 forges ahead to give back to our nation’s brave Veterans via the "Gift Of The Wild". It is where, what once was thought to be lost, can be rediscovered. We simply open doors that inspire the resurrection of hope and faith, for the beauty in this life never leaves. It is only our perspective of our world that changes. 
  • Boot Campaign - You Matter

    Our mission is to unite Americans to honor and restore the lives of veterans and military families through individualized, life-improving programs. #LaceUpAMERICA


    Our country — especially the veteran community — is combating a health crisis: suicide. YOU MATTER is a universal message that everyone — especially the veteran community we serve at Boot Campaign — needs to hear. 

    Share this message by purchasing YOU MATTER merchandise or learning more about how you can reach out to your community and loved ones to make sure they know YOU MATTER. 
  • Aerial Recovery

    Aerial Recovery’s Mission is to Save Lives & Stop Evil

    Aerial Recovery trains and deploys Humanitarian Special Operators, to effectively respond to natural disasters and man-made disasters and combat sex trafficking. Made up of Veterans and First Responders from their Heal the Heroes Initiative, Aerial tackles some of the most difficult rescue and response missions across the globe. 
  • Creativets

    CreatiVets’ mission is to empower wounded veterans to heal through the arts and music.

    CreatiVets’ goal is to offer opportunities for relief and healing for the men and women who have sacrificed so much for our country.  Our purpose is to use various forms of art, includingsongwriting,visual arts, music, and creative writing, to help disabled veterans cope with service-related trauma (i.e., post-traumatic stress, or PTS) by fostering self-expression in a way that allows them to transform their stories of trauma and struggle into an art form that can inspire and motivate continued healing. Through compassion, we are helping veterans live again. 
  • The Charlie Daniels Journey Home Project


    The mission of The Charlie Daniels Journey Home Project is to help identify, support and implement the various needs of the men and women of America’s armed forces returning from service.  We owe them an unpayable debt of gratitude.

    After many years of service, and for some, multiple deployments, the journey home can be a complex process based on the issues of being away from family, friends, and home.  Health, both physical and mental, education, and employment are just a few of the many issues both returning vets and families are faced with.  

    It is our passion to be a beacon of light to direct the veteran (and or family) in the best possible direction to facilitate these needs.

    With many years of experience working with various foundations that provide this type of support, our goal is to identify the best of the best, to not only be good stewards of donated dollars, but to seek the best assistance available for our veterans.  It is a critical mission that needs every American that enjoys the freedoms we share, to participate. They’ve earned it. 
  • Shepherd's Men

    Shepherd's Men is an organization comprised of dedicated patriots committed to creating advocacy and opportunity for our nation's veteran heroes who have been affected by the hidden injuries of war. We will serve our noble warriors by means of outreach, empowerment, and funding of treatment. It is our belief that victory in combat is achieved on two fronts; on the field and in the mind.

    Comprised of active or retired servicemen and civilian volunteers, Shepherd’s Men enthusiastically raises awareness and funds for the SHARE Military Initiative (SHARE) at Shepherd Center in Atlanta, GA. Click below to learn more and discover how you can get involved in this life-changing work.

    Since 2014, Shepherd’s Men has raised more than $6 million and the team has run more than 5,000 miles. Our goal is to cover SHARE’s annual clinical budget of $1.2 million and increase the number of clients who can be served and saved each year.