University of Washington
The Red Badge Project is pleased to work hand in hand with the Office of Student Veteran Life. The transition from service member to student is a challenging one to say the least. Most Veteran students are older and bring more life experience than their student peers so together we work to further develop meaningful connections between student veterans, their non-veteran counterparts, teachers and community.
The Bob Woodruff Foundation
We are proud to announce our partnership with the BobWoodruff Foundation. BWF works to ensure injured veterans and their families are thriving long after they return home. The Team at BWF navigates the maze of over 46,000 nonprofit organizations to find and fund innovative programs in communities where pos-9/11 veterans, their families and caregivers live and work. The BWF’s generous grant has allowed Red Badge to expand our programs to Walla Walla, Spokane, Yakima and Bellingham.
U.S. Army 3rd Special Forces Group
Red Badge is pleased to partner with the 3rd Special Forces Group stationed at Joint Base Lewis McChord. This unit is comprised of our nation’s finest soldiers, who’s continues operations and deployment cycles are the most demanding in the Army. Red Badge holds bi-monthly seminars aimed at recognizing and addressing internal conflict, reintegration and connection with community.
Expedia Group is committed to helping our nation’s veterans, and we’re proud to support Seattle’s @RedBadgeProject which helps veterans cope with depression and PTSD by using writing and storytelling to find their voice and discover greater self-acceptance. We are excited to work more with all of our great Seattle partners when we move to our new #SeattleCampus later this year.