HOS is proud to partner with these non-profits providing services to American veterans and their families. We work with organizations that serve veterans, so that veterans can continue to serve.
EOD Warrior Foundation
The EOD Warrior Foundation serves the EOD community by providing financial assistance and support to active-duty and veteran wounded, injured or ill EOD warriors, and families of wounded and fallen EOD warriors. The Foundation’s services include morale events, peer-to-peer support, educational programs, and connections to other resources.
LaunchAbility is a job-placement service for underserved and overlooked adults with cognitive disabilities. Veterans with traumatic brain injury and other cognitive disabilities who desire to join the workforce are more than able to do so, with the proper guidance and training. LaunchAbility’s training and placement services give careers, confidence and independence to clients who would otherwise be solely dependent on their families or social services.
Operation Supply Drop
Operation Supply Drop assembles care packages and sends them to veterans deployed as well as to those in hospitals, and to military installations across the world, along with supporting events like homecomings, family days, Christmas parties and deployment ceremonies. This is not just US veterans, it is our allies as well. Care packages are littered with amazing games, products, apparel and many other items that truly do “Bring Fun Where There is None.”
Founded in 2010, Operation Supply Drop brings veterans and civilian supporters together. We are the most generationally relevant veteran support organization on the planet, serving US, NATO, and ANZAC veterans.
National Veteran-Owned Business Association (NaVOBA) and the Buy Veteran campaign
Buy Veteran is a national campaign spearheaded by the National Veteran-Owned Business Association (NaVOBA) to bring the success and momentum of the National Veteran Business Movement to all of America’s 3 million veteran-owned businesses, and the Americans who want to BUY VETERAN.
A recent nationwide poll revealed that 95 percent of American consumers feel a sense of gratitude toward veterans and two-thirds said they’d be more likely to buy from veteran-owned businesses who trained under a strong code of ethics and served their country. They want to “thank” veterans, not “donate” to them. There’s a big difference – and it’s our mission to help facilitate that relationship.