Veterans Charities

We believe supporting national veterans charities and foundations can make a differnce in our efforts and a persons life. In cases where we support others in their own philanthropic endeavors, the money is used to convene these partners to develop their programs and commitments, rather than directly implement projects. Total money raised by per individual national charities in 2016.

National Military Family Association  |  Adaptive Sports Foundation

Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society  |  AMVETS National Service Foundation

USO (United Service Organization  |  Hire Heroes

Veterans of Foreign Wars and Foundation  |   Operation Homefront

Tragedy Assistance Program For Survivors  |  Wounded Warriors Family SupportNational Charities

National Charities

Habitat for Humanity International, $829 million.

YMCA of the USA, $1.202 billion.

United Way Worldwide, $3.708 billion.

American Cancer Society, $1.308 billion.

Direct Relief, $2.101 billion.

American National Red Cross, $2.821 billion.

Feeding America, $2.150 billion.

Salvation Army, $1,904 billion.

Food for the Poor, $1.156 billion.

American Cancer Society, $810 million.

Direct Relief, $775 million.

American National Red Cross, $624 million.

United States Fund for UNICEF, $509 million.

Planned Parenthood Federation of America, $354 million.

Doctors Without Borders USA, $338 million.

Make-a-Wish Foundation of America, $305 million.

Project HOPE, $240 million.

American Civil Liberties Union and Foundation, $233 million.

World Wildlife Fund, $222 million.

Scholarship America, $192 million.

Paralyzed Veterans of America, $191 million.

March of Dimes Foundation, $181 million.

Houston Food Bank, $169 million.

American Diabetes Association, $140 million.

Christian Broadcasting Network, $173 million.

ClimateWorks Foundation, $184 million.

Project HOPE, $240 million.

Step Up for Students, $521 million.

Food for the Poor, $1.156 billion.

Boys and Girls Club of America, $923 million.

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, $1.181 billion.


Honor Recruits, Nonprofit Organization whose mission is to advance the American Heritage of freedom by honoring and encouranging military service, defending the sovereignty of the United States, and promoting a strong national defense. We carry out our mission through direct support of veterans.