18 people are interested
Military Community Volunteers (Remote)
ORGANIZATION: OHANA HOMEFRONT FOUNDATION CORP
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18 people are interested
"Nothing can get done by one person. We have to band together to make changes, make the changes we want to see in the military community. Ohana Homefront Foundation is working to end military suicides within the entire military community. We're working to close the gap when it comes to mental health awareness and suicide prevention within the military community and we can't do it alone." -Sarah Otto, President and Co-Founder of Ohana Homefront Foundation
** Volunteering with organizations can be beneficial in a myriad of ways. You can: -> meet new people -> build a new community -> gain knowledge and understanding of new communities and people you've never been involved with before -> use your volunteer experience on your resume If our mission is something you are passionate about, we would love to have you as a part of our team! If interested in learning more, please reach out and our Volunteer Coordinator will be in touch!
About OHANA HOMEFRONT FOUNDATION CORP
PO Box 93, MILFORD, VA 22514, US
The impact of inadequate access and lack of quality care does not affect just our service members, it affects their families and the military community. The mission of the Ohana Homefront Foundation is to end suicide within the Military Community as a whole. Ohana Homefront Foundation does this through helping service members to safely process traumatic experiences and providing crisis intervention, and empowering military spouses & families to feel confident and supported in caring for their service members and children, through creating connection to communities and providing resources for their own healing.
The Ohana Homefront Foundation was founded on October 4, 2021 by Marine MilSpouse, Natalie Ealy, and (Ret.) Navy MilSpouse, Sarah Otto.
Both Natalie & Sarah have been MilSpouses for over 2 decades and have a heart for the Military Community as a whole. They realized that there is a gap when it comes to Mental Health Awareness and Suicide Prevention and want to make sure that EVERYONE in the Military Community is receiving the care that they need to their Mental Health.
Ohana Homefront Foundation is working to bring the talk of suicide to the front for the Military Community as a whole and to offer support to all that hold down the Homefront. OHF will be bringing new Resources to the Homefront in 2022 and by 2023, OHF plans to open a virtual crisis center, which will include a hotline/textline/chatline.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
July 16, 2023
- Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
- Public Relations
- Grant Writing / Research
- Community Outreach
- Resource Development / Management
- Must be at least 18