At BrothersKeepers, we are dedicated to showing gratitude to those who have sacrificed to serve our country and community.
We can’t do this alone. You can help in lots of ways:
Let us know about veterans, first responders, and Gold Star families in need. They often feel too lost to reach out, so do it for them! We’ll take it from there.
Donate to our organization one time or as an ongoing supporter. Every dollar counts and we make sure you are having an impact in our local community.
Lend a hand at one of our fundraising events or volunteer any professional skills you have to help BrothersKeepers get things done.
Spread the word about our events on social media. That’s not hard to do with so much fun and exciting stuff to post about.
Put us in touch with people who have a lot of influence, like politicians, executives, philanthropists, or just famous folks in general. It never hurts to have a celebrity rooting for the cause!
Have Questions about How We Operate?
Here are three things you should know about BrothersKeepers:
We are the only non-profit that sends veterans and first responders on retreats WITH their families. We’ve found over and over that a four day weekend like this makes a life-changing difference.
At every fundraising event, we partner with other local non-profits that share our values, helping raise awareness and do even more good in the community.
BrothersKeepers has an all-volunteer staff. Our goal is for 100% of the donations we receive going to help our wounded brothers and the non-profit partners we support. Getting the job done is priority number one!
WHY IT MATTERS
The need is great, the right time to help is now, and the difference we make is having a profound effect, one family at a time.
Let’s work together to lighten the load for our brothers. Thank you for joining us in honoring those who serve.
“If this had been available for my PTSD veteran husband, I wouldn’t be putting flowers on his grave today.” – Cordelia Smith, Bereaved Widow
BrothersKeepers is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Membership and Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law. We recommend you consult with a tax professional prior to taking any tax deductions.