Continuum of Care Program
Supporting Non-Profit Partners
As part of Carry The Load’s mission, we honor and support our nation’s heroes by raising much-needed funds to provide a continuum of care for Military, Law Enforcement, Fire Fighters and Rescue personnel and their families. Carry The Load selects non-profit partners annually to recognize, highlight and support with funds for their direct service programs to our sacrificial servants.
Watch our video to learn more about where the funds raised by Carry The Load go.
2017 Featured Partners
22 Kill is a global movement bridging the gap between veterans and civilians to build a community of support. 22KILL works to raise awareness to the suicide epidemic that is plaguing our country, and educate the public on mental health issues such as PTS. 22KILL also serves as a resource for veterans, and continues to build on its network of like-minded organizations to be able to connect veterans with programs and services in their local area.
The Adaptive Training Foundation was founded to provide individuals with physical impairments the proper facility and training necessary to achieve their health goals. The founder David Vobora and his team use modified training programs that utilize body weight exercises and sophisticated weight training equipment to achieve weight loss, increase mobility, or to increase strength.
Assist the Officer Foundation’s mission is to provide peace of mind to Dallas’ men and women in blue and their families. ATO provides financial assistance to officers who are facing the loss of income due to a serious injury, life-threatening illness or other catastrophic event.
F.A.R.M. was founded to provide agricultural training, employment opportunities and alternative therapies to all Military Veterans. F.A.R.M. offers purpose, regimen and camaraderie to ease the transition to civilian life.
Higher Ground’s mission is to provide the most effective therapeutic recreation services to military families confronted with traumatic brain injury, post-traumatic stress, military sexual trauma, and polytrauma for a successful reintegration into their families and communities.
Congress created the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation to lead a nationwide effort to honor America’s fallen firefighters. Our mission is to honor and remember America’s fallen fire heroes and to provide resources to assist their survivors in rebuilding their lives and work within the fire service community to reduce firefighter deaths and injuries.
The Travis Manion Foundation is dedicated to assisting our nation’s Veterans and Families of the Fallen, by empowering them to take the next step in their personal journeys, and inspiring the next generation of leaders. The Foundation believes the best way to honor the fallen is by challenging the living. “If Not Me, Then Who…” the words Travis spoke before leaving for his second and final deployment to Iraq, have inspired a national movement to put character into action.