Category: Non-profits

American Legion The Colony

Commander: Mary Garcia
USAF Veteran
The American Legion is to enhance the well-being of America’s veterans, their families, our military, and our communities by our devotion to mutual helpfulness. The American Legion’s vision statement is “The American Legion: Veterans Strengthening America.”

Frisco American Legion: Rick Redden

Welcome to the American Legion, Peter J Courcy Post 178, Frisco, Texas website. Post 178 is named for Frisco resident Peter J. Courcy, who was KIA in Afghanistan in 2009. Today, our Frisco American Legion continues to serve our country by serving our community in a multitude of ways. Some of our programs include supporting our veterans through financial assistance, visiting veterans in retirement and rehabilitation facilities, our Color & Honor Guard presenting the colors for events large and small, and fighting for our veterans rights.

Greater Dallas Veterans Council

Our Mission

1. Assist the Veterans Administration Medical Center at Dallas to achieve optimum levels of service for all veterans in the Greater Dallas area.
2. Perform liaison functions for the community in the development of patriotic ceremonies and veteran-oriented events.
3. Disseminate veteran-oriented information to member organizations within the greater Dallas-Texas area.

J.R. Smith – The Veterans Ranch

The Veterans Ranch is a nonprofit 501(c)3) retreat for Equine Therapy. “It is our mission to help these individuals lay down their heavy coat of burden and leave it there and move forward.

Location:Lakeland, Florida

Maker District

Our mission is to put tools and technology in the hands of the community and to make starting a creative business accessible to everyone. Our vision is to inspire and support making as a positive force that enriches the community. Our dream is to help foster the spark, that creative force in people so that they can then project it and put their ideas into the world.

Location:1251 William D Tate Ave #3667

Marine Corps League / Mckinney

We are a nonprofit organization made up of Marines, Navy FMF Corpsmen, and associate members – members of the community who epouse the ideals and principles of the League. We serve the Collin County community through carrying on the history and traditions of the Marine Corps as well as promoting good citizenship and democracy. More importantly, we are here to take care of our own. We serve Marines, Navy FMF Corpsmen and their families by providing various forms of assistance in their times of need.

Military Veterans Peer Service Coordinator

Contact: Domingo Rodriguez
US Navy Veteran
The Veterans Mental Health Department (VMHD) is focused on ensuring access to competent mental health services for service members, veterans, and their families. VMHD accomplishes this task by providing training, certification, and technical assistance across Texas. In addition to connecting veterans in need directly to local services, VMHD also works with partners at the national, state, and local level to address veteran-specific issues including suicide prevention/intervention, veteran homelessness, military cultural competency, peer support services, military-related trauma, women and rural veterans, and justice involvement. Across all programming, VMHD is fortunate to have the broadest definition of veteran regardless of discharge status, branch of services, or having served one day or a career. All services including training, technical assistance, and direct services provided across VMHD programming are offered freely to all who are in need.

North Texas Military Foundation

The North Texas Military Foundation honors active duty, reserve, and retired military members and veterans through the production of the annual North Texas Military Ball. The ball is underwritten by the generous citizens and corporations of North Texas. All proceeds from the ball fund military and veteran-centric local charities to include Army Emergency Relief, Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society and the Air Force Aid Society.

One Community USA

Contact: William “Wild Bill” Curry
Army Veteran
Safe, secure and thriving ‘Cities of Opportunities’ for all through 21st Century Community Building and Neighborhood Engagement programs.

Solidariedade Na Mokili

Solidariedade Na Mokili seeks a world of where every human deserves to live in peace , security and dignity.Our program is focus on Supporting Justice and Equality, Education, Women Entrepreneurship, Gender based Violence,health and Improved livelihoods.

Texas Veterans Land Board

Veteran State Organization
The VLB provides the most robust state benefits package in the nation for Texas Veterans, Military Members and their families.

Location:Austin, Texas, us

Texas Veterans Network: David Johnson

The Texas Veterans Network (TVN) is a statewide collaborative of veteran-serving community-based organizations and government agencies that holistically serve the veteran and military community.
The Texas Veterans Network serves Active Duty, Reservists, National Guard, Veterans from all service eras, and their family members.

Location:401 W. Sanford St

The Abigail Movement

The Abigail Movement builds strong communities by building stronger marriages.

Veterans Helping Veterans

Military Veteran
Veterans helping Veterans, Families helping Families.

Location:Dallas, TX

VROC

The Veterans Resource & Outreach Center (VROC) in Rowlett, TX is here to help meet the rising needs of veterans and their families.

Location:Rockwall, TX, USA

We Got Your Six

Military Veteran
We Got Your Six is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping homeless Veterans rebuild their lives and redevelop their self-confidence.

Location:Denton, Texas, US