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A Visual Guide to the Veterans Disability Compensation System

The Department of Veterans Affairs Disability Compensation system's growth shows no signs of stopping.

Nonprofit Spotlight: Bunker Labs

Supporting veterans pursuing entrepreneurship

Q&A with Diana Davis Spencer and Abby Moffatt

Beginning in the 1960s with the creation of a history prize at West Point, the Shelby Cullom Davis Foundation and its successor, the Diana Davis Spencer Foundation, have been staunch supporters of the military,...

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.


Interview with Donald Rumsfeld

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

Interview with Eric Greitens

A scholar and Navy SEAL shares his secrets for reintegrating vets at home.

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.