“Through donations, sponsorships, and fundraising events we distribute funds to qualified non-profit organizations with the same mission as ours.”
– Marcus Doyle – CEO
Helping local and national charities
Our “We Care” program through our CEO and employees is dedicated to helping local and national charities. Through the “We Care” program we provide financial contributions and motivated volunteerism. We aim to improve the quality of life for those who are beneficiaries of these great non-profit organizations.
Never Give Up. Never Quit.
In September 2013, Travis and his wife Kelsey founded the Travis Mills Foundation, supporting recalibrated veterans and their families through long-term programs that help these heroic men and women overcome physical obstacles, strengthen their families, and provide well-deserved rest and relaxation.
Veteran families who have been injured in active duty or as a result of their service to our nation receive an all-inclusive, all-expenses paid, barrier-free vacation in Maine where they participate in adaptive activities, bond with other veteran families, and enjoy much-needed rest and relaxation in Maine’s outdoors.
Retired United States Army Staff Sergeant of the 82nd Airborne, a recalibrated warrior, motivational speaker, actor, author and an advocate for veterans and amputees. Despite losing portions of both arms and legs from an IED while on active duty in Afghanistan, Travis continues to overcome life’s challenges, breaking physical barriers and defying odds.
VRC Joins Forces with United Way to Open the
Denton County Veterans Center
Veracity Research Company prides itself in getting involved in the community. In early 2017 VRC moved its headquarters to Denton, Texas and wanted to continue with their “WE CARE” initiative. With more than 45,000 veterans calling Denton County home, VRC wanted to ensure there was a building for veterans to receive help with applying for jobs, asking about veteran benefits, or just wanting advice. VRC joined forces with United Way and other local business to open Denton County’s first veteran’s center.
VRC Annual Toy Drive
Please join VRC as we donate toys, books and clothing to hospitalized and needy infants, children and teens. Your support will help to make a bigger impact where the need is so great. Each year hundreds of children are hospitalized or placed in foster care. It is our goal to help as many of these children as possible to have a brighter Christmas. New and unwrapped books, toys, clothing or monetary donations can be dropped off at the VRC HQ Location above
All donations are tax deductible in accordance with law and are the responsibility of the individual contributor.
Thank you for your help in making this Christmas a better one for these kids.
Keys to Progress
VRC believes that being able to give back to these men and women who proudly served our country is not only a great honor, but our responsibility as fellow veterans and Americans. VRC was proud to have experienced witnessing the veteran families in need receive these vehicles. Please take a moment to vie the attached pictures of the events that took place throughout the country. Finally, we are pleased that we were able to partner with Progressive Insurance for the 5th year along with, the National Auto Body Council, and the many other great companies involved to help make a difference in the lives of these heroes.
Wishes For Warriors, are a veteran run, volunteer operated 100% non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to returning hope and passion back into the lives of our combat wounded heroes, through therapeutic outdoor adventures, after experiencing a life altering injury.
It is our mission to show these heroes that whether wounded of body and mind, they are still able to live out their passions; whether it is through the love of hunting, fishing, skydiving or anything that makes them feel alive again!
St. Jude is unlike any other pediatric treatment and research facility anywhere. Discoveries made here have completely changed how the world treats children with cancer and other catastrophic diseases. We are where some of today’s most gifted researchers are able to do more science, more quickly. Where doctors across the world send their toughest cases and most vulnerable patients. Where no one pays for treatment beyond what is covered by insurance, and those without insurance are never asked to pay. We’ve built America’s 3rd-largest health-care charity, with a model that keeps the costs down and the funds flowing, so the science never stops.
Founded in 1983, Children’s Miracle Network-the alliance of premier hospitals for children-is dedicated to helping kids by raising funds for 170 children’s hospitals across North America. Each year these non-profit hospitals provide the finest care, research and community outreach to help millions of children with diseases and injuries of every kind. Through its year-round efforts to help hospitalized kids, Children’s Miracle Network has raised more than $2.5 billion to date, most of which is donated a dollar or two at a time by caring individuals across North America.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation of North Texas works to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions, in order to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. We want to provide children with the hope for better times, the strength for the tough times and the joy to experience the present. The Make-A-Wish Foundation of North Texas has granted more than 2,300 wishes since our inception in 1982. Our goal is to be a unique part of the treatment process. With doctors providing the medicine, and the Make-A-Wish Foundation supplying the magic, we strive to create miracles in the lives of some very special children.
Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children is one of the nation’s leading pediatric centers for the treatment of orthopedic conditions, certain related neurological disorders and learning disorders, like dyslexia. Today, Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children provides ongoing care for more than 14,000 children each year. There is no charge for treatment at the Hospital and admission is open to Texas children from birth to 18 years of age.
The National Military Family Association (NMFA) was organized in 1969 as the National Military Wives Association by a group of wives and widows seeking financial security for survivors of uniformed service personnel and retirees. From their efforts, the Survivor Benefit Plan came into being. In the ensuing years, NMFA has been in the vanguard of advocacy for improvements in the quality of military family life. The name of the organization was changed in 1984 to reflect the broad scope of its involvement. NMFA is a non-profit 501(c)(3) association.