2017 Winners

Overall $50,000 AWARD

 Camp Sunshine – Military Family Sponsorship Program

Camp Sunshine at Sebago Lake, Casco, ME

 Camp Sunshine provides retreats combining respite, recreation and support, while enabling hope and promoting joy for children with life-threatening illnesses and their immediate families, through various stages of a child’s illness. The retreats are disease specific and are offered year-round, enabling them to serve families when they need support the most.

 

$37,500 AWARDS

Dog Tag Inc. Fellowship Program

Dog Tag Bakery, Inc., Washington, DC

 Dog Tag Inc. empowers transitioning service-disabled veterans, military spouses, and caregivers to discover personal and professional fulfillment in the civilian world through an innovative five-month business and entrepreneurship-focused fellowship program. Fellows explore a variety of career paths, learn how to utilize available resources and establish vast networks as they develop strategic roadmaps for achieving personal and professional fulfillment post-service. 

 

Foundation for Women Warriors Childcare Assistance

Foundation for Women Warriors, Los Angeles, CA

 Foundation for Women Warriors Childcare Assistance program provides childcare scholarships and stipends which enable veteran moms to maintain employment or persist towards their degree.

 

Hampton Roads Community Development Initiative

Armed Services Arts Partnership (ASAP), Alexandria, CA

 The Armed Services Arts Partnership (ASAP) helps reintegrate veterans and military families into their communities through the arts.  ASAP's focus on consistent programs and partnerships ensure that members of is community have continuous opportunities for artistic and personal growth.

 

Boot Campaign’s ReBOOT

Boot Campaign, Tyler, TX

 Through its revolutionary ReBOOT program, Boot Campaign is providing funding to world-class physical and mental wellness programs for Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), chronic pain, addiction, and insomnia. By removing financial barriers, our service men and women can receive the treatment that they deserve and have earned.