Charitable Partners

 



The Station Foundation
 www.thestationfoundation.org
Our Special Forces (Navy Seals, Army Ranger, Delta Force, etc.) are increasingly the primary way we defend our country and bear the heaviest burdens. Many of these warriors have been on active service for 10, 15 and even 20 years. This commitment is far longer than we have ever asked from our heroes and their families and the demands have an enormous impact on the Special Operations Community. The Station exists to guide our warriors home after combat, restoring family and community relationships and helping these warriors transition into new roles in the private sector.  
  Capital Caring
 www.capitalcaring.org
Tracing their roots back to a small group of committed volunteers in Northern Virginia, Capital Caring has helped families and loved ones make the most of every moment together by offering coordinated care, comfort and dignity to those living with serious illness. They provide excellent pain relief and symptom management, emotional and spiritual support and compassion to families across the region. 
Prince William County Police Association
 www.pwcpa.org
The Prince William County Police Association supports officers throughout the community. They use the funds donated from the RTJGC Charitable Foundation specifically to provide assistance to injured officers and their families in times of need. 
Manassas City Police Charitable Foundation
 www.manassascity.org/2031/Make-a-Donation
Donations made to the Manassas City Police Association, Inc. go towards bettering the quality of life and morale of Manassas City Police employees and their loved ones, in addition to helping those in need in the Manassas community they serve.  
Wounded Warriors Outdoors
 woundedwarrioroutdoors.com
Wounded Warriors Outdoors was founded to provide wounded servicemen and women with therapeutic outdoor adventures across North America. WWO gives deserving Combat Wounded Warriors in transition the opportunity of a lifetime in the wilderness location of their choice. This all-inclusive adventure is provided at absolutely no cost to the servicemen and women, their families or the government.  
Serve Our Willing Warriors
 https://willingwarriors.org
Located in Northern Virginia, Serve Our Willing Warriors is a local non-profit providing encouragement and support for our Nation's Warriors through non-medical programs and services that positively affect their recovery. The exhausting routine of surgeries, procedures, and therapies takes a heavy toll on the Warriors as well as their family members. The primary goal is to reinforce the mental, emotional and spiritual well being of everyone affected to strengthen them in their journey. Programs include retreat stays, educational and therapeutic activities, and linking the Warriors to a network of organizations and individuals who can advise, support, or guide their transition back to civilian life.