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A Nonprofit Veterans Organization Honoring Those Who Serve(d)®

How it all started

HONORING THOSE WHO SERVE(D)®

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Ruck ‘N’ Run is Proud to Have Partnered with These Nonprofit Veteran Organizations!

COMBAT BOOTS AND HIGH HEELS

Combat Boots and High Heels (CBHH) believes that America's past, present, and future Veterans are one of the greatest assets to the strength of our nation.  To that end:  we strive to Engage, Enable, and Empower these men and women through mentorship and assistance. 

Our ongoing goals are to enable through continued guidance, prevent negative outcomes through engagement, and empower through assistance.  We're additionally focused on addressing certain unique needs that female service members encounter.  Our volunteers and advocates tirelessly dedicate themselves to battling the negative effects present in today's Veteran community, such as suicide, depression, homelessness, unemployment and poverty. 

CAMP HOPE:

Camp Hope is a retreat for military veterans wounded in the War on Terror. William “Mike” White and his wife Galia, created Camp Hope as a tribute to their son Christopher, who was killed fighting for our country in Iraq.

The mission of Camp Hope is to honor the fallen by helping the wounded. We offer all expenses paid adventures and comradery for our service men and women that gave selflessly for our freedoms. 

HOME AT LAST

Home at Last is a program funded by the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) grant from the Department of Veteran’s Affairs (VA). Home at Last/SSVF is designed to serve veterans and their families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. This program provides rent, utility assistance, furniture, case management and more to those who have served our country and now finds themselves in need of a little help.

Our veterans have sacrificed so much to protect our freedoms, so it’s time we come together as a community to provide them with a place to call home. The focus of Home at Last/SSVF is housing stabilization – using temporary financial assistance and community resources as a bridge to long-term stability. Possible participants for Home at Last/SSVF are veterans or veteran families that meet the program income guidelines listed below and are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.