- Information about SoldierStrong
- The SoldierStrong Brand Guideline
- Fundraising strategies, ideas and tips to help you hit your goal
- Budgeting Sample Sheet
- Initial Email Draft Letter Template
- Press Release Templates
- Supporter Thank You Templates
- Event Checklist Sample
- Event Project Plan Sample
- Donation Letter Sample
- Media Graphics
The smallest amount makes a huge difference. Whether you raise $50 or $5,000, or enough to donate an entire exoskeleton device, every dollar will bring another spinal cord injury or limb injured veteran one step closer to the mobility most of us take for granted.
Own A Business
By hosting a SoldierStrong event, you can gain new customers and promote your business, all while making a valuable contribution to improving the lives of returning troops. Tie your event to your business’ products or services, and take heart in knowing that your hard work is helping veterans take their next steps forward.
If you want the opportunity to get outside, stay in shape, and make a contribution to veterans, consider organizing a SoldierStrong sporting event. Past events have include 5K races, golf tournaments, and Row-a-thons. Sports complement our goal of getting vets back on their feet, and a sporting event guarantees that participants will have a ball!
Own or manage a retail store?
If you’re looking to boost sales, generate loads of foot traffic, and have fun – all in the name of charity – SoldierStrong has the answer for you. We’ve worked with retailers to schedule special SoldierStrong shopping days –where a portion of every purchase goes back to SoldierStrong. These are an excellent way to benefit both your store and those who serve.
Corporations can be confident our organizations align
Through its Turns for Troops program, United Rentals will donate $50 to SoldierStrong for every lap Graham Rahal, driver of the #15 Honda, completes during the 2017 IndyCar season. SoldierStrong, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping military veterans take their next steps forward, provides state-of-the-art rehabilitation technology and education programs to veterans across the country.
Non-cash (In-Kind) donations can help a great deal
Support doesn’t necessarily have to come in the form of cash or direct volunteering. In fact SoldierStrong has received everything from “box seats” for contests to even our office space was donated. These kind of donations help us pass on more of our cash donations directly to our programs.
Looking for new ways to give back?
A SoldierStrong event is an excellent way to bring your group together and make a positive impact on the lives of returning veterans. 94% of every dollar we receive is put into direct service of our nation’s heroes, so you can be sure that your efforts will have a lasting effect.