Many veterans aren't looking for help, but also looking for ways they can help each other. Check out the volunteer opportunities below.
Hope for the Warriors can assist military veterans with financial needs and career services.
NextOp serves our nation’s hardworking veterans by providing career placement assistance, mentorship, and support in their transition into industry with a particular focus on energy and Houston.
The Mission Continues empowers military veterans to serve their communities in new ways. They have two programs for veterans, the Fellowship program and the Service Platoon program.
Wounded Warrior Project provides more than 20 distinct services to wounded military veterans and their family members.
Team Rubicon is an international non-profit disaster response organization that unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy disaster response teams, free of charge to communities affected by disasters across the country.
Team Red White and Blue organizes physical activities for military veterans and family members. Ranging from running groups to yoga, join TRWB to get physcially and mentally fit.
HVB networking socials occur every Wednesday on Little Woodrows, off of Shepherd. This professional networking group encompasses veterans from all business sectors in Houston.
Grace After Fire is a networking and peer group for female military veterans. From their Table Talk get togethers to special events that are tailored for women veterans, Grace After Fire is at the forefront of providing services and resources for America's women warriors.
The Lone Survivor Foundation restores, empowers, and renews hope for our wounded service members and their families through health, wellness, and therapeutic support.
Easter Seals provide services to disabled veterans and their family members.