Bridging the military-civilian divide is a huge endeavor. No individual or organization should face that task alone. Check out our partners, who support us through content creation, event planning, and funding. On our resources page you’ll find tips and tools for navigating the military-civilian divide. If you are inspired by Service Together, please visit our donation page to help us fulfill our mission of bridging the military-civilian divide!
|Collegiate Churches of New York||Military Resilience Project|
|NYC Veterans Alliance||Service Year Alliance||Team RWB NYC|
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- Storycorp MVI - An oral history project collecting the stories of veterans and their families.
- DoD Minority Veterans Report - The most up-to-date statistics about the demographics of our service members and veterans.
- VA Suicide Prevention Fact Sheet - The most recent report detailing the VA’s efforts to end the Veteran suicide epidemic.
- Student Veterans of America Million Records Project - A first of its kind report detailing the academic success of student veterans using the GI Bill.
- Pew Research Study War and Sacrifice in the Post 9/11 Era - An in depth look at the facts behind the military-civilian divide from both veteran and civilian viewpoints.
Community Building Resources
- NYC Veterans Alliance - A membership organization dedicated to finding policy solutions that improve the lives of NYC Veterans.
- Team RWB - A community organization that brings veterans and civilians together in service projects and physical fitness activities.
- Pathfinder.vet - Referred to as the “Yelp” of Veterans services, this website allows users to leave feedback about organizations and agencies they’ve interacted with.
Art and Inspiration Resources
- Society of Artistic Veterans - A community organization that brings together veterans who work in the arts.
- Words After War - A writing workshop that brings veterans and civilians together to share their stories. Past participants and facilitators have included authors Phil Klay, Matt Gallagher, Maurice DeCaul, and Adrian Bonnenberger.
- Warrior Chorus - A national initiative that trains veterans to present innovative public programs to Americans based on classical literature and how it speaks to us today.
- Project 9 Line - A Long Island based organization that empowers veterans in their reintegration through the arts and entrepreneurship.
*100% of donations go directly to the cost of programming.