Our veterans are this nation’s most valuable asset, and by providing them a platform to continue their service at home, we ensure they feel a sense of purpose, and thrive in their post-military lives
Seattle, WA (PRWEB)
September 26, 2017
Schultz Family Foundation has partnered with Travis Manion Foundation (TMF) to provide support and mentorship opportunities for transitioning veterans. Travis Manion Foundation empowers veterans and the families of fallen heroes to develop character in future generations.
About 540 service members per day transition out of the military into communities around the nation. TMF understands that while there are a variety of resources for transitioning veterans, a holistic approach yields the most impact for the individual veteran. The Schultz Family Foundation recognizes the unique qualities of our nation’s service men and women, and shares TMF’s commitment to uplifting and equipping our veterans with the tools to be successful after their military careers.
“Our veterans are this nation’s most valuable asset, and by providing them a platform to continue their service at home, we ensure they feel a sense of purpose, and thrive in their post-military lives” says Ryan Manion, TMF President.
Schultz Family Foundation funding will support three specific TMF programs:
- Veteran Transition Workshops, transitioning veterans identify and engage their strengths and passions, build positive relationships, and rediscover their sense of purpose after their military service.
- Character Does Matter initiative, provides veterans with a platform to engage and mentor young people in urban schools and community-based organizations.
- Operation Legacy, facilitates veterans to lead service projects in local communities alongside urban youth and civilians.
“Providing opportunities for our veterans to share their skills, passions, and experiences is a great investment for the Schultz Family Foundation, our communities and our country,” said Daniel Pitasky, executive director of the Schultz Family Foundation. “We are proud to support the good work of the Travis Manion Foundation and appreciate all of the veterans who are willing to continue to…