Dedicated to advancing the espirit de corps of the 75th Ranger Regiment, the organizations and associations below live the Ranger Creed in their support to Rangers, Veterans, and military families.
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Mentorship is one of the most impactful ways we can assist our veterans. A mentor is a veteran of the 75th Ranger Regiment who also has had other life experiences outside the military, with a willingness to help build connections, share experiences, and assist in setting realistic expectations. A mentor can provide the guidance similar to what you got from your 1st and 2nd line supervisors. https://www.threerangersfoundation.org/become-a-mentor
GallantFew at The ROC's mission is to facilitate a successful transition for Army Ranger veterans from active military service to a civilian life filled with hope and purpose. Our mission is accomplished through our Ranger Functional Fitness programs and events; connecting them to fellow Rangers, educating them about resources available to Rangers & their families from various businesses and organizations, and ultimately empowering them to lead the way in their communities. https://gallantfew.org/theroc
The 75RRA organizes and unites those who are eligible for membership in a fraternal bond and pays homage to units in which we served by perpetuating the history and traditions of those units. The association honors our comrades, past and present, whose service was in keeping with the duties and responsibilities of American Rangers. https://www.75thrra.org
Army Ranger Lead The Way Fund, Inc. is an active duty, casualty assistance, recovery, transition and veterans organization that provides financial support, beyond what the government and Veterans Affairs can offer to U.S. Army Rangers and the families of those who have died, have been disabled or who are currently serving in harm’s way around the world. https://www.leadthewayfund.org/
DWS Mission provides physically and emotionally injured post-9/11 Special Operations Combat veterans with all-inclusive Arkansas hunting and fishing opportunities in an environment that comforts, encourages and fosters rehabilitation, recovery and transition. Although all 9/11 generation combat veterans are eligible, DWS’ target population is the Special Operations community, the world’s most elite fighting force. This focus comes from the origins of our first to make their annual journey to Arkansas in 2002.
The NRA supports the following programs: Best Ranger Competition, Ranger Hall of Fame and the Distinguished Member of the Airborne and Ranger Training Brigade. Additionally, the NRAhas a mission to support and promote the values established in the Ranger Creed, to pay honor to Rangers who have distinguished themselves and to erect and/or maintain monuments or works that support the Ranger mission. http://www.nationalrgrassociation.com/
The National Ranger Memorial was established in 1992 to recognize and commemorate all Rangers, past and present. It is located on the grounds of Ft. Benning, Georgia. The Foundation, which was subsequently established to maintain the Ranger Memorial itself, operates solely on private contributions. Annually, after providing for the maintenance of the facility,the Foundation’s Scholarship Committee selects designated individuals from our Ranger population deserving of this recognition and assistance. https://nationalrangerfoundation.com/
In the Spring of 2011, a small group of retired Army Rangers living in the Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington area formed a non-profit organization. It’s mission: provide charitable and benevolent support to 2nd Battalion Rangers and families, those directly impacted by multiple mid-east combat deployments. Thus, the Pointe du Hoc Foundation was formed. Today, the Foundation serves as a conduit connecting enthusiastic military supporters, primarily from civilian communities in the Puget Sound region, with our special operations Ranger family based at JBLM. An all-volunteer organization of Ranger retirees, spouses, business men and women, and friends of the Battalion, the PDHF endeavors to generate and financially support activities that enrich the lives of Rangers and family members. https://www.pointeduhocfoundation.com/
Ranger Road provides veterans the necessary tools to be successful during the crucial transition from military to civilian life. The activities and programs developed have been proven to help veterans handle stress, lower rates of anxiety and depression, and improve the overall wellness. https://www.rangersscholarshipfund.org/
The Rangers Scholarship Fund (RSF) is a certified tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established to award merit-based scholarships to eligible dependent family members of current and veteran Rangers of the 75th Ranger Regiment, since the reactivation of the 1st and 2nd Ranger Battalions in 1974. Scholarships are awarded annually and are open to undergraduate and graduate studies that result in a degree or vocational certification from an accredited college, vocational or technical institution. https://www.rangersscholarshipfund.org/
Created in 2010, the Sua Sponte Foundation is a volunteer organization comprised of veteran 1/75 Rangers and patriotic civilians. Emulating the Ranger work ethic and selfless sacrifice, the Foundation proudly provides rapid assistance to the men and families of the 1st Ranger Battalion. https://www.suaspontefoundation.org/
Since 1973, the United States Army Ranger Association (USARA) has provided support and camaraderie to the active duty and veteran members of the Ranger community. The Association leads the way by bringing together all facets of the Ranger community for the common goal of honoring and providing service to those who volunteered to become and earned the title of U.S. Army Ranger. https://ranger.org/
USMRA continually serves its fellow Rangers through programs honoring and assisting its members, their families and all Rangers, past, and present. We are entirely self-supporting by donations and the tireless work of our members in a variety of revenue generating activities with the goal of providing for scholarship awards to graduating high school seniors, recognizing former Camp Frank D. Merrill instructors, honoring our Fallen Rangers and supporting other special programs.http://usmra.org/
WAR, INC. was established in 2002 and has been responsible for providing scholarships, financial direction, and general support for Ranger's and their families. WAR, INC., provides this to Rangers from all eras of service. Active Duty Rangers who are Deployed, will find WAR, INC., to be a valuable entity for contact and communication. http://www.rangers-army.org/
Hardrock Charlie Foundation, Inc. exists as a social and philanthropic organization for Veterans of the 75th Ranger Regiment. The group seeks to create and support programs that promote, maintain, and preserve Ranger heritage, culture, and operates as a benevolent, non-profit charitable organization, donating money to individuals and groups that demonstrate need. https://hardrockcharliefoundation.org/
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