Bob Woodruff Foundation Grants – Bob Woodruff Foundation
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
STRONG STAR Training Initiative  The South Texas Research Organizational Network Guiding Studies on Trauma and Resilience (STRONG STAR) is a multidisciplinary and multi-institutional research consortium that develops and evaluates the… Read More
Housing and Employment Case Management and Meals for Homeless and At-Risk Veterans  The National Coalition for Homeless Veterans reports that while only 7 percent of the general U.S. population are… Read More
Veterans Community Project
Veterans Outreach Center  Supported in partnership with  Veteran Community Project (VCP) is an innovative tiny home community that fills an important transitional housing gap for veterans experiencing homelessness in Kansas… Read More
Inner City Law Center 
Homeless Veterans Project Medical-Legal Partnership  For over 23 years, Inner City Law Center’s Homeless Veterans Project has helped homeless veterans who have service-connected disabilities secure the benefits, healthcare, and housing… Read More
Veterans Empowerment Organization of Georgia
Help for Our Heroes  The Veterans Empowerment Organization of Georgia (VEO) empowers veterans experiencing homelessness and at-risk of homelessness along their journey to self-sufficiency. A government report found that key… Read More
Lone Star Legal Aid
Military and Veterans Unit  Supported in partnership with There are over 520,000 veterans who have been impacted by the economic impact of disasters including the COVID-19 pandemic and storms across… Read More
Volunteers of America Florida, Inc.
Emergency Support for Vulnerable Veterans Affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic   There are over 106,000 veterans living below the federal poverty level in Florida, many of whom are experiencing homelessness and… Read More
Mental Health America Los Angeles (MHALA)
Veterans Living Healthier Independent Lives  Supported by Mental Health America of Los Angeles (MHALA) is dedicated to meeting the needs of Los Angeles County Veterans who are homeless, at risk… Read More
Military Spouse Corporate Career Network Inc 
Women’s Workforce Re-entry Program: Meeting Employment Needs of Military Spouses and Female Veterans Affected by COVID-19  Supported in partnership with COVID-19 is having an unprecedented impact on women in the… Read More
National Ability Center
Project SERVE  The National Ability Center (NAC) empowers individuals of all abilities by building self-esteem, confidence, and lifetime skills through sport, recreation, and social & educational programming. NAC’s vision is… Read More
National Veterans Foundation
Homeless Veteran Outreach  Supported in partnership with  In 2020, Los Angeles was home to 18% of all unsheltered veterans.  Over 2,800 veterans are homeless and unsheltered on a given night… Read More
NextOp, Inc.
Military to Career Internship Program    NextOp recruits, trains, and places high-performing middle-enlisted post-9/11 military leaders into industry careers. Many veterans end up unemployed or underemployed because they have a difficult… Read More
Operation Stand Down Tennessee (OSDTN)
Operation Commissary  Supported in partnership with  Operation Stand Down Tennessee (OSDTN) provides and connects veterans and their families with comprehensive resources focused on transition, employment, housing, benefits, peer engagement, food,… Read More
Research Foundation of the City University of New York on behalf of Hunter College
Project for Return and Opportunity in Veterans Education (PROVE)  Supported in partnership with  PROVE ensures student veterans on City University of New York (CUNY) campuses have a successful educational journey… Read More
Rutgers University Foundation
Vets4Warriors  Supported in partnership with  Vets4Warriors provides critical “upstream support” to veterans and their families, allowing them to receive necessary services (emergency financial aid, connection to mental healthcare, peer support,… Read More
The Honor Foundation 
Fort Bragg Program  About 550 Special Operations Forces personnel at Fort Bragg transition into civilian life each year. Veterans from the Special Operations Forces have a difficult time transitioning. Many… Read More
Trustees of Boston University
Women Veterans Network (WoVeN)  Many female veterans grew personally and professionally from their military service, but experienced significant difficulties transitioning to civilian life. The Women Veterans Network (WoVeN) is a… Read More
Tuesday’s Children
Youth Mentoring for Post 9/11 Military Families of the Fallen  Tuesday’s Children’s addresses the needs of military families in all stages of recovery following the loss of a family member.… Read More
Food Outreach, Inc.  
Veteran Diabetes Pilot Project  Supported in partnership with   Diabetes affects nearly 25 percent of the VA’s patient population. Food insecurity is linked to diabetes; food insecurity is more prevalent… Read More
Family Houston
Returning Home Supported in partnership with  More than 255,000 veterans and their families live in the greater Houston area, and approximately 19,000 of them live in poverty. A pre-pandemic report… Read More
Mission Recovery Program People with substance use disorders (SUD) are more likely than those without SUD to experience co-occurring mental health disorders (COD) such as major depressive disorder and post-traumatic… Read More
Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati (ESGC) 
Military & Veteran Services  Supported in partnership with The Greater Cincinnati metro area is home to 136,199 veterans. Of those, nearly 15 percent live in poverty and less than 50… Read More