The ThunderCat Technology team strongly believes in giving back to the community. We focus on local, wounded warriors, and international children impacted by war. Not only do we donate to organizations we believe in, we are actively involved through volunteering and managing the benevolent organizations as well.
Tom Deierlein is an active mentor in CCRP.
The USSOCOM Care Coalition's mission is to provide SPECIAL OPERATIONS Warriors and their families a model advocacy program in order to enhance their quality of life and strengthen SPECIAL OPERATIONS readiness. Since our inception in 2005, the United States Special Operations Command’s Care Coalition has continued to track, support, and advocate for all Special Operations Forces’ wounded, ill, and injured service members and their families. Our commitment is to provide these individuals with exceptional service and valuable information in order to enhance their quality of life. We, as an organization excel in advocating a “what is” to a “what should be.”
9Line LLC is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business committed to providing advocacy and support to our nation’s Wounded Special Operations Forces (SOF) Warriors and their families. Under the direction of the USSOCOM Care Coalition and in partnership with Akimeka LLC, 9Line executes the USSOCOM Care Coalition’s Recovery Program (CCRP).
Tom Deierlein is a trained and fully certified Peer Mentor with WWP.
The Wounded Warrior Project aims to help veterans by: providing free assistance to obtain benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs and other agencies; representing veterans on state and federal legislative issues; working with business and government leaders to ensure veterans are given equal opportunity in hiring; and providing outreach to modern veterans through programs and services that address their unique needs.
The purpose of the Tom Deierlein Foundation is to help needy families and children both nationally and internationally with their most basic living needs including medical care. We raise funds in the US and then use them to arrange for medical treatment and/or purchase critical daily items such as clothes, food, water, school supplies, vitamins, as well as toys, etc. We partner with local organizations, institutions, and people to locate and distribute these goods and services to those in need. Our initial recipients will be Iraqi children affected by the current war. This is a grassroots organization. All participants in this fund are volunteers, 100% of donated funds will go to those children and families in need.
Tom Deierlein is a founding member of the Board of Advisors.
Troops First Foundation develops, operates and raises funds for branded wellness, quality of life and sports-based initiatives in support of today’s military personnel. These T1F initiatives facilitate a greater recognition and an enhanced understanding throughout the general population of the quality and character of the men and women who volunteer to serve. Both non-injured and injured military personnel and their families will be served at no cost to them by T1F’s strategically integrated quality of life, branding and wellness initiatives. Initiatives include: Operation Proper Exit (taking Warriors back to theater to find closure ), Operation Coaches and Warriors ( NCAA college basketball coaches serve as mentors ), Operation V.I.P., "Visit Important People" ( develop quality of life reintegration experiences for severely burned Warriors at the Brook Army Medical Center ) and Operation Front Door (Housing grant program for severely wounded).
The O.A.S.I.S. Group was born from the need to provide Special Operations Veterans with a professional analysis of their claims for Veterans Administration benefits. O.A.S.I.S. assists the Special Operations Warrior through its comprehensive understanding of the Veterans Administration processes and system to ensure that the SOF Warrior is thoroughly and fairly evaluated and through professional preparation of claims. "Help Us Help Them" - is our current slogan.
The Yellow Ribbon Fund was created in early 2005 to assist our injured service members and their families while they recuperate at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center and the National Naval Medical Center. Our mission began when the father of an injured Marine introduced two of our volunteers to staff at Walter Reed and Bethesda Naval and they told us what needs were not met by other donors.
In little over three years contributions made through the Yellow Ribbon Fund have provided the following for injured service members and their families: over 700 free rental cars spanning more than 35,000 days; over 9,000 free taxi rides; over 2,800 free hotel room nights; 38 families have used our five apartments for almost 3,000 nights; hundreds of free tickets to sporting games, concerts and plays, and hundreds of lunches, dinners, golf games, duck and goose hunts, fishing trips, and other activities.
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