We are grateful to the many corporations, government agencies, foundations and non-profit community partners who support us through their investments in Team Red White and Blue’s programs. Together we send a message of support to all our veterans and their families - It’s Our Turn!
NIKE, Inc - NIKE, Inc. is the official outfitter for athletic apparel for Team Red White and Blue. Through the partnership, NIKE has committed to providing Dri-Fit athletic shirts and quality athletic apparel to members worldwide. NIKE, Inc. based near Beaverton, Oregon, is the world's leading designer, marketer and distributor of authentic athletic footwear, apparel, equipment and accessories for a wide variety of sports and fitness activities. For more information, visit nikeinc.com
BAND-AID® Brand has supported American men and women who serve in the military since the 1940’s. Today, BAND-AID® Brand knows that the needs of veteran communities go beyond just first aid and wants to continue its tradition of caring for service members in the United States. As such the brand is partnering with Team Red, White & Blue to sponsor the first Old Glory Coast to Coast Relay Run. BAND-AID® Brand has launched Our Veteran Heroes™ BAND-AID® Brand Adhesive Bandages, featuring patriotic and military-inspired designs. BAND-AID® Brand will donate 5% of the sale price of each box sold to Team Red, White & Blue.
ConocoPhillips - Team RWB's relationship with ConocoPhillips is contributing to our strategic mission, with a focus on our Texas chapters. Through their annual Warrior Clay Shoot, ConocoPhillips contributes to our Veteran triathlon camp held in Austin, TX. This three-day training camp provides 40 veterans with training in swimming, cycling, running and how to combine them in one event. ConocoPhillips also contributes to Team RWB chapters across the State of Texas—where we bring veterans together with members of their community every week to exercise together and socialize.
BWF - The Bob Woodruff Foundation is greatly enhancing our ability to connect veterans to their community through physical and social activity by directly supporting the delivery of fitness and recreation programs at 12 of our local chapters, impacting the lives of nearly one thousand veterans. Team RWB has 12 local chapters the grant will support in the following cities: Syracuse, NY; Buffalo, NY; Boston, MA; Washington, DC; Houston, TX; Tampa, FL; Daytona, FL; Philadelphia, PA; Pittsburgh, PA; Alexandria, LA; Phoenix, AZ; and San Diego, CA.
USO - We have partnered with the USO to present two world-class Veteran Athletic Camps (VAC). Their generous support provides an opportunity for 130 veterans to attend our Yoga Camp or Trail Running Camp. The mission of the VACs is to provide veterans with a new skill/activity that energizes, inspires, and equips them to further connect with their community through physical and social activity. Veterans attend the camps at no cost and are provided with all travel, lodging, gear, coaching, and support required to have an amazing experience.
Kraft Foods Group - Through partnerships from their A.1. Steak Sauce, JELL-O and JET-PUFFED brands, Kraft Foods Group provides solid support for Team Red White & Blue in both the consumer and foodservice environments. JELL-O and JET-PUFFED brands create awareness for Team RWB through special product packaging and promotion materials, while A.1. Steak Sauce merchandising in restaurants educates patrons and encourages involvement. All campaigns are designed to raise awareness and generate support for veterans returning from combat.
Iron Tribe Fitness - Headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama, where they own six functional group fitness gyms, Iron Tribe has franchised their life changing business model into markets across the United States, where they are not only transforming lives, but also making an impact by giving back to the community.
Team Rubicon - Team Rubicon and Team RWB are joining forces to harness the power of veterans and support successful military to civilian transition. Our respective organizations have built programs that allow veterans to proactively combat their challenges with a heavy dose of purpose, camaraderie, and accomplishment. The partnership encourages veterans to be active with both organizations. They can conduct disaster relief with Team Rubicon and return home to a strong community with Team RWB. Together, our organizations will provide veterans a full spectrum of opportunities to feel the camaraderie, purpose, and pride that they left in the military.
Rule29 - Rule29 provides incredible strategic creative and brand support for Team RWB and has been a strong partner from the very beginning. They are not only responsible for our "Eagle" logo, but have been instrumental with developing strategic web, promotional, print, and video content at every step along the way. Additionally, they have provided tremendous support with identifying and selecting third-party partners for many other of the organization's functions.
Tawani Foundation - Tawani Foundation is a grant-making organization whose mission is: to enhance the awareness and understanding of the importance of the Citizen Soldier; to foster health and wellness projects for improved quality of life; and to honor the service of military personnel, past, present and future. Through a generous grant, Tawani Foundation has funded the annual budget of multiple Team RWB chapters in the midwest. They also helped facilitate our first annual leadership summit and have providing invaluable mentorship to our growing organization.
Hogan Lovells – Hogan Lovells is a global legal practice that provides pro bono legal support to Team RWB. Lawyers across several of its U.S. offices have advised Team RWB on, among other issues, corporate, tax, and litigation risk management matters. In addition, Hogan Lovells employees actively participate in events with, or on behalf of, Team RWB, including the American Odyssey Relay run from Gettysburg to Washington, D.C.
Aug. 21, 2014
When Micah Irwin crossed the finish line of Saturday’s Willow Creek Triathlon, he was not alone.
Aug. 21, 2014
As Allen Warren commenced his daily run though Forest Grove last Sept. 11, he wondered what he could do to honor those lost...