Partners & Supporters

Thanks to a community of private donors, foundations, and corporate partnerships, thousands of veterans are serving new missions here at home. Their support has allowed us to scale as an organization and empower veterans nationwide.

The following supporters have provided support to The Mission Continues at or above a single $10,000 gift from 2019-present.

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Mission Partners – $500,000 and Above

The A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation has made a two-year investment to support strategic growth within The Mission Continues’ expanding veterans’ programs. The first-time partnership for the organizations highlights our aligned commitments to leadership development, community building and increased opportunities for veterans. As a long-time supporter of veterans’ services, the A. James & Alice B. Clark Foundation partners with organizations to scale their capacity to meet the growing needs of veterans and secure sustainable funding to foster self-reliance. This investment will support capacity-building and strategic growth for the Service Leadership Corps community-based leadership program and the development of the Women Veterans Leadership Program.

The USAA Foundation and The Mission Continues initiated a partnership in 2015 to support service platoons near the USAA headquarters in San Antonio, Texas. Since then, the USAA Foundation has exponentially increased their support from support of the San Antonio platoon to support of six platoons across the country. The USAA Foundation’s commitment to supporting The Mission Continues operations in Houston, TX over the years , will enable USAA to make a greater impact in rebuilding after Hurricane Harvey.

The Marcus Foundation has supported The Mission Continues since 2014, and recently doubled its investment. This funding will fuel The Mission Continues’ geographic, programmatic and operational expansion through 2021 so that, together, we can empower the next generation of veteran community leaders and advocates through continued service.

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) and The Mission Continues are working together to expand community service opportunities for veterans. This collaboration will engage thousands of veterans and communities across the country in local volunteerism through the The Mission Continues’ programs. By working together, The Mission Continues and WWP aim to utilize the skills of veterans to solve community challenges while helping injured veterans achieve personal success at home. Additionally, we are increasing awareness of these opportunities among injured post-9/11 veterans and their families and friends, including WWP Alumni.

Visionary Partners – $250,000 and Above

Leadership Partners – $100,000 and above

  • Anonymous

  • The Boeing Company

  • CarMax

  • Ted & Meredith Segal Foundation

  • Corporation for National and Community Service

  • The Kendeda Fund

  • Lowe’s Companies, Inc

  • The Walt Disney Company

  • Major League Baseball

  • Prudential Financial, Inc.

  • The Schultz Family Foundation

  • Under Armour

Guiding Partners – $50,000 and above

  • Acorn Hill Foundation

  • Bank of America

  • Coca Cola Foundation

  • The Curtis L. Carlson Family Foundation

  • Diageo

  • General Motors

  • The Henry and Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Foundation

  • JPMorgan Chase & Co.

  • NFL-Bob Woodruff Foundation

  • Lockheed Martin

  • McGrath Abrams Foundation

  • Mother Cabrini Health Foundation

  • National Parks Conservation Association

  • New York State Health Foundation

  • Target

  • The Tyler Perry Foundation

  • United PF Partners

  • Veterans United Foundation

  • Wasserman Foundation

  • ZESS Fund

Core Partners – $10,000

  • A & E Networks

  • Abell Foundation

  • Nana Adae

  • American Direct Marketing

  • Phil Armstrong

  • David and Camille Averett

  • The Boston Foundation

  • Cat5 Commerce

  • CDC Foundation

  • Charina Foundation

  • Comcast NBCUniversal

  • Laura Conigliaro

  • Alison Conigliaro-Hubbard

  • John Culver

  • Disabled Veterans National Foundation

  • Dizzy Cannonball Fund

  • ESPN

  • Michèle Flournoy and Scott Gould

  • Doug Foshee

  • Fox Sports

  • Gary Giglio

  • Highland Street Foundation

  • Hilti

  • Jefferson Regional Foundation

  • The Johnson Charitable Gift Fund

  • Pauline Kalman

  • Koret Foundation

  • The Katie McGrath and JJ Abrams Family Foundation

  • Greg McNeely

  • The Miami Foundation

  • Andy and Gail Mills

  • Nordstrom, Inc.

  • one8 Foundation

  • Mike Quilty

  • Rumsfeld Foundation

  • Richard and Suzanne Schultze

  • The Home Depot Foundation

  • The Michael T. Sherman Foundation

  • The Simmons Charitable Foundation

  • Safeway

  • Jon and Tracey Stewart

  • Gene Sykes

  • T-Mobile

  • Jane Spoehrer Tschudy

  • Warner Bros.

  • Elisheva Yuan

Alumni Giving Circle

  • Samuel Alix

  • Eric Ballentine

  • Christopher Barreras

  • Alveen “Bre” Bregaudit

  • Michael Brown

  • Michael Burten

  • Nadja Cockrell

  • Erin Connolly

  • Anne Conte

  • Irma Cooper

  • Jose Cruz

  • Joey Mac Dizon

  • David DuBois

  • Mark Engelsman

  • Nichole Griffin

  • Garrett Hladky

  • LaShonda Johnson

  • Kentrell Jones

  • Joseph Kendall

  • Patrick Ketchum

  • Almandi Kidd

  • T’Liza Kiel

  • Kenric Lynn

  • Kathy Ann Mackie

  • Anthony Martinez

  • David Matthews

  • Marty McHenry

  • Missy McPartland

  • Stephanie McRae

  • Meeka-Lizzene McWilliams

  • Blair Mickles

  • Samantha Noble

  • Tara Patterson

  • Doug Pfeffer

  • Joseph Plazyk

  • Leslie Premo

  • Jenna Pursley

  • Crystal Reidy

  • Nitza Rivera

  • Lakesha Stringer

  • Susan Thaxton

  • Rogelio Villa

  • Paul Vincent

  • Damika Wallace

  • Diahann White

  • Dennis Wicks

  • Valerie Young