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Hear interview with an organization helping victims of hurricane Sandy. Nicole Green of Team Rubicon will be visiting with us today and giving us important glimpses to a wonderful solutions for America's crises.
The Scripture in Galatians 6:9 says
"Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up."
How true that is for all today who are weary amidst the hardships facing Americans. Listen, learn and get inspired so that you too can get back up and keep on...
I'm a huge advocate for Team Rubicon. I have been for a while now. I've interviewed both co-founders, Jake Wood and William McNulty. Both guys are super impressive.
One of their staff members gifted me a ticket to the Concert for Valor on the National Mall. During the concert, they showed various videos honoring veterans and veteran organizations. Team Rubicon was one of those organizations. In their video, miliary veteran Chad Reynolds talked about his struggle with emotional health and suicide.
I was moved by Chad's story and reached out to him immediately. He gave it some though and agreed to join me on 1, 2, Many: Veteran Suicide.
Chad speaks about getting out of the military, joining the VA, becoming a police officer, and then volunteering for Team Rubicon. The journey he went on to discover a renewed purpose is inspiring and I believe many of you can resonate.
For more information on Team Rubicon, visit their website www.teamrubiconusa.org
Lately, we hear more about helping our military members transition. With nearly a million projected to enter the civilian world in a 5-year span, "opportunity" is going to be the key word. Organizations are cropping up to assist the troops in translating their unique assets: unwavering dedication to task, adaptabilty despite obstacles, and exemplary leadership skills, to name a few. Meeting up with Team Rubicon is like watching opportunity blow up, in a good way.
The international non-profit disaster response organization 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. By embracing decade-plus years of deployments and lessons learned, they have created a team of incident management personnel around an ingenious model of volunteerism.
Team Rubicon currently maintains a roster of 16,000 volunteers able to deploy throughout the United States with teams in 10 regions.They stand ready to send volunteers to emergency situations: fire, flood, emergent home repair, and natural disasters. Team Rubicon response teams arrive with all the necessary equipment too. Military structure coupled with engrained flexibility enable the teams to fully integrate into an existing incident and perform disaster response functions in unparalleled style. With service projects, fellowships, field ops, training, and veteran resources, Team Rubicon is doing incredible work. Join us for an inspiring hour with a Team Rubicon Leader / Division 3 Administrator, Nicole Green. We'll chat about the mission and how these volunteers are giving back. Clearly, serving our nation doesn't end in taking off the uniform. Team Rubicon: http://www.teamrubiconusa.org/
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