• Report for duty in your community with The Mission Continues

    Thousands of veterans are applying their talents and skills to tackle our communities’ most pressing challenges. Whether you’re interested for an intense service experience or a weekend family activity, we have a program for you.

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  • A win-win for veterans and our communities

    It’s a model that supports transitions. It’s a model that builds stronger communities. Help us empower veterans and future generations to serve with a financial contribution to The Mission Continues.

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  • Her Mission Continues Here at Home

    The post-9/11 generation includes the highest percentage of women veterans in American history. See why so many female veterans are choosing to get involved with The Mission Continues.

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  • "Why I serve with The Mission Continues"

    Don’t just take our word for it. Visit our YouTube page and hear from the men and women of The Mission Continues about why they choose to serve again.

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WHO WE ARE

The Mission Continues empowers veterans who are adjusting to life at home to find purpose through community impact. We deploy veterans on new missions in their communities, so that their actions will inspire future generations to serve.

Veterans Report For Duty
11,000+
Veterans are reporting for duty through The Mission Continues Fellowship and Service Platoon Programs.
Come Serve With Us
Project Hoops and Troops
Eckerd Kids
December 10, 2017 10 AM - 2 PM
Orlando 1st Service Platoon
Wreaths Across America
Arlington National Cemetery
December 17, 2016 9 AM - 1 PM
Washington, DC 2nd Service Platoon
Playground & Garden Renovation
Houston, TX
January 14, 2017 8 AM - 3 PM
San Antonio 2nd Service Platoon
Recent Blog posts
The Mission Continues 2015 Annual Report
Thousands of veterans are answering this new call to serve. By serving, they are finding purpose in their own lives, while pursuing significant impact in their community. In our 2015 annual report, you’ll find stories of veterans overcoming challenges and of the neighborhoods and cities that are now stronger because of their continued service...
What It Means To Be A Post-9/11 Veteran
This diverse group of veterans are Fellows and Platoon Leaders, civic leaders who dedicate time to lead the charge in making their city a better place, and inspiring others to do so too. They’re all linked in their shared commitment to continued service, but their day-to-day lives are uniquely their own.

REPORTING FOR DUTY IN YOUR COMMUNITY