Articles about
Veterans

Rethinking Disability

Donors launch an experiment that could spark seminal social reform

Mapping a Disaster

One of the aid organizations that leapt to respond to the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal in April was Team Rubicon, which provides work groups of ex-military volunteers after disasters of any kind.

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Interview with Donald Rumsfeld

Our oldest and youngest Secretary of Defense is also a philanthropist.

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Donors Who Come to the Aid of Their Country

You thought only government could do defense? Think again!

Labeled Disabled

A government system rates veterans as incapable, but philanthropy can change that.

Just What the Doctor Ordered

Purpose-driven organizations help veterans transition to civilian life.

Changing of the Guard

Where are the old-line veterans’ charities headed?

War, Peace, Philanthropy

Bringing the spirit of America to combat zones.

The Other One Percent

A philanthropist champions those who defend the country.

5-minute Video: Vets Disability Mess in a Nutshell

Jake Wood and Eric Greitens blast the mess in today’s veterans disability at the 2014 Annual Meeting.

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