Black Veterans Empowerment Council is a non-partisan coalition of national, state and local veterans organizations seeking to shift long-standing racial inequities suffered by Black veterans.
The National Association of Black Military Women seeks out, records, maintains and tells the history and heritage of African-American Military Women who served and are serving in the United States Armed Forces.
The National Association of Minority Veterans of America aims to be a key resource of information, support and advocacy for veterans – especially minority and women veterans, as they work to improve the quality of their lives.
National Association for Black Veterans provides personal advocacy on behalf of all veterans seeking claims against the Department of Veterans Affairs and fosters community development by creating positive lifestyles for veterans and their families.
The 555th Parachute Infantry Association was formed to pay homage to the legacy of the nation's first African American Airborne unit and to uplift the community of those who follow in their footsteps.
The National Women Veterans United (NWVU) is a 501(c)(3) not for profit charitable organization registered with the IL Secretary of State. The membership comprises of women who are military veterans and those who are still serving in the Armed Forces including the National Guards and Reserves regardless of their rank, branch of service, race, color, age, religion, or sexual orientation.
National Montford Point Marine Association is a nonprofit military veterans' organization, founded to memorialize the legacy of the first African Americans to serve in the United States Marine Corps.
Uplift Coaching seeks to deploy a self-leadership development programs for BIPOC service members, veterans, and their families to help overcome stress and anxiety associated with life transitions.
Leave No Veteran Behind (LNVB) is a national 501(c)3 non-profit organization that invests in Veterans to build better communities through employment training, transitional jobs, and our veteran educational debt relief scholarship.
As a nonprofit and fraternal organization, we provide veterans a life-long brotherhood and a role within the public to elevate local communities through a wide membership base with a programmatic emphasis on promoting education, mentoring youth and patriotism.
Do More Together forms a non-profit global network of United States Military Academy graduates and supporters from all backgrounds that engages, mobilizes, and empowers Black & African American graduates and cadets. We endeavor to serve the community, our country, and all USMA graduates.