Fueling Our Mission

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


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The following supporters have provided The Mission Continues funds at or above a single $10,000 gift over the past two calendar years.

 

$1 million and above

Wounded Warrior Project

 
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 Fellowship and Service Platoons 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. Learn more.

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Goldman Sachs

 
Goldman Sachs Gives and Goldman Sachs have partnered with The Mission Continues in an effort to develop a linked pipeline model to support veterans as they reintegrate into civilian life.  Goldman Sachs Gives and Goldman Sachs have invested $6 million over five years in The Mission Continues’ Fellowship Program.

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$250,000 and above

American Express

 
American Express invests in projects that provide meaningful volunteer and civic engagement opportunities for community members so that they can play an active role in strengthening their neighborhoods from within. The company recognizes that veterans continue to lead the way in serving communities and is proud to support efforts to put their talents to work on the home front. In celebration of the 2016 National Park Service Centennial, American Express and The Mission Continues are partnering to organize regional Service Platoons (in Brooklyn, New York: Phoenix, Arizona; Miami, Florida and Los Angeles, California) focused on revitalizing and promoting stewardship of parks and public lands, with an emphasis on National Park locations.

 

BAE Systems

 
BAE Systems joined us in 2015 to provide more opportunities for veterans to continue serving across the country. Aligned with their focus on supporting communities and members of the armed forces and their families, BAE Systems is investing in the Fellowship Program and is the Lead Sponsor for three Service Platoons—in Boston/Lowell, San Diego and launching a new Service Platoon in Washington, D.C. this summer.

 

Beachbody

 
Beachbody, in conjunction with the launch of its military inspired boot camp fitness program, 22-Minute Hard Corps, generously supported The Mission Continues, helping to empower a new class of veterans eager to complete successful Fellowships. 22-Minute Hard Corps creator, Tony Horton (of P90X fame) is a longtime supporter of the military, having visited over 40 bases around the world, and along with Beachbody is eager to help veterans continue to lead the way in serving their communities while maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle.

 

Boeing

 
As part of Boeing’s efforts to support veterans and military families, the company has made a major investment in The Mission Continues Fellowship Program, a program dedicated to helping veterans channel their skills and talents to building stronger communities.  Through a shared commitment to bring Fellows and nonprofits together, Boeing and The Mission Continues will allow veterans to continue serving their country at home while pursuing career and educational opportunities.

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Got Your Six

 
Got Your Six, through its partnership with Macy’s, generously supported The Mission Continues as the Lead Nonprofit Partner of its Leadership Pillar. The grant is intended to provide financial support behind the commitments that The Mission Continues and other pillar partners made to the Clinton Global Initiative.

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New Profit

 
In March 2011, New Profit, a highly selective venture philanthropy fund, announced a significant investment of funding and strategic support in The Mission Continues.  New Profit exists to help innovative social entrepreneurs and their organizations dramatically improve opportunities for children, families, and communities.

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Scentsy

 
In 2013, The Mission Continues launched its first-ever large scale cause marketing partnership with Scentsy Fragrance. Scentsy Fragrance is a direct selling company and international leader in fragrance, offering a variety of home and personal fragrance products. From September 2013 through February 2014, Scentsy featured a charitable cause warmer, Service and Sacrifice, in its catalog. Scentsy donated $8 from the sale of every warmer to The Mission Continues. To date, the campaign has raised over $268,000.

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The Paul Singer Foundation

 
The Paul E. Singer Foundation has been a supporter of The Mission Continues since 2008. Their contribution has played an integral role in The Mission Continues’ rapid growth in scale and impact. After a deep review of our model and results, the Foundation recently increased their support of The Mission Continues in 2013.

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Southwest Airlines

 
The Mission Continues is proud to call Southwest Airlines our Official Airline. Since 2008, Southwest has supported The Mission Continues with both cash donations and airline tickets. The tickets they have donated over the last six years have enabled us to bring Fellows from around the country together for their Fellow Class Orientations and our annual Veterans Day Gala. The two organizations are excited to continue and expand their efforts in 2014.

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Target

 
Since 2010, Target has contributed over $1,000,000 and engaged over 600 team members in service with The Mission Continues. In 2011, after collaborating on service projects across the country on Veterans Day, we were co-nominated for the Best Partnership Award in the Corporate Citizenship Awards. Since then, we have expanded the partnership to include Fellowships for veterans serving in education and youth development, our annual Veterans Day Gala has been reenergized with Target as the presenting sponsor – and we have recently launched the 1st Service Platoon in Minneapolis-St. Paul with Target as the lead sponsor.

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$100,000 and above

Anonymous

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Bob Woodruff Foundation

CarMax

Gary and Tanya Giglio

Houston Endowment

Robert K. Kraft

Michael Lukacs

The Robert and Lisa Margolis Family Foundation

Lockheed Martin Corporation

The May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust

North American Prospect Expo (NAPE) Charity Luncheon

Onward Veterans

Prudential Financial, Inc.

SAIC

The Walt Disney Company

$50,000 and above

  • Achelis Foundation
  • Anonymous
  • Bain Capital Community Partnership
  • Bridgeview Bank Mortgage Company
  • Express Scripts
  • The Heinz Endowments
  • Guggenheim Partners
  • Guth Foundation
  • JSM Charitable Trust & James S. McDonnell III
  • Neighborhood Allies
  • Newman’s Own Foundation
  • The PGA Tour
  • Sam and Jodi Oliver
  • Scariot Foundation at Blue Grass Community Foundation
  • TacticalGear.com
  • Veterans United Foundation
  • Wins for Warriors
  • Wasserman Foundation

$25,000 and above

  • A&E Networks
  • Anonymous
  • Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Ryan Cahill
  • Dean Curnutt
  • Emerson
  • The Grover Hermann Foundation
  • Harris Foundation
  • Highmark Inc.
  • Sally Johnston
  • JP Morgan Chase
  • Martin Foundation
  • McCormick Foundation
  • Montei Foundation
  • Nordstrom
  • Peter Riehl and Allison Horn
  • Rumsfeld Foundation
  • USAA Foundation, Inc.
  • ZESS Fund

$15,000 and above

  • Activision Publishing, Inc.
  • Anonymous
  • Applebee’s Services, Inc.
  • Phil Armstrong
  • BD
  • Benjamin Moore & CO.
  • BP America
  • Brown Foundation
  • Call of Duty Endowment
  • Equinix, Inc.
  • Jacobson Family Foundation 
  • James S. McDonnell Foundation
  • McGrath Abrams Family Foundation
  • PNC Foundation
  • Sean P. Sullivan Memorial Golf Tournament
  • Simmons Charitable Foundation
  • United Industries

$10,000 and above

  • ADP
  • Jonathan Alexander
  • Anonymous
  • Anonymous
  • Anonymous
  • Anonymous
  • Argent Capital Management
  • Axonic Capital
  • Steve and Deb Barnes
  • Baskin Family Foundation
  • James and Catherine Berges
  • Peter and Pattie Bishop
  • Robert and Joan Blackman Family Foundation
  • Bloomfield Family Foundation
  • Mark and Paula Bobak
  • Charles Bronfman & Rita Mayo
  • CBRE
  • Chapman Family Foundation

$10,000 and above

  • Laura Conigliaro
  • Dentons
  • Margaret Ewell Dickins Family Foundation
  • Andrew and Ana Flaster
  • Fleming Charitable Trust
  • Kathy French
  • Margarete Gaffney
  • GeoStabilization International
  • Michael Grealish
  • Sheena and Eric Greitens
  • Paul Haaga
  • L.A.W. Foundation
  • William Patrick McGinnis
  • Ben Miller
  • National Council for Behavioral Health
  • Nestle Purina
  • Tim and Julie Noonan
  • Privilege Underwriters, Inc.

$10,000 and above

  • The Paul and June Rossetti Family Fund
  • John and Ellen Rutherford
  • Sander Foundation
  • Nicholas G. Sansone
  • Ted and Meredith Segal
  • Shea Family Charitable Fund
  • Ed Smith
  • Southwestern Energy Corporation
  • Spoehrer Family Charitable Trust
  • Roger and Susan Stone Family Foundation
  • Suddenlink Communications
  • Tawani Foundation
  • John and Tracy Tien
  • Veterans on Wall Street
  • Viola Foundation, Inc.
  • Wells Fargo Advisors
  • William T. Kemper Foundation
  • Elisheva Yuan

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