For many people, the holidays are a lonely time. This is especially true of our servicemembers and veterans suffering from the mental wounds of war.
According to Causevox, "Five years ago, the 92 Street Y in NYC and the United Nations Foundation wondered how they could bring back the spirit
A Screening of the Documentary J E R E M I A H With Opening Remarks by Mark Fastoso Producer Hosted by Tom Spoehr Director,
The Philanthropy Roundtable’s mission is to foster excellence in philanthropy, to protect philanthropic freedom, to assist donors in achieving their philanthropic intent, and to help
Here is a list of some of the groups that we believe have really mastered the three C’s (contact, comradeship, and community) and are making
You can hold a screening of Veteran Nation to start a group to help veterans or bring attention to an existing organization. And we'll help
Veteran With Terminal Brain Cancer Explains Why He’s Against Assisted Suicide by Kelsey Harkness, October 04, 2016(first published at The Daily Signal) The D.C.
Flash news! There is another day in November that all Americans ought to be preparing for. What are you doing in your community to get
As Fall arrives, with the cooler weather, it’s time to get out and conduct some “terrain walks.” And while you’re out there on the links,
Friends, As many of you are aware this month, September, is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. TAPS has been working closely with DoD, the VA, the