The purpose of OnPoint 1-1 is to promote and preserve the heritage, spirit, image and service of U.S. Army Rangers and to raise funds through donations and events for the benefit of U.S. Army Rangers and their families.
The purpose of ONPOINT 1-1 is to promote and preserve the heritage, spirit, image and service of U.S. Army Rangers and to raise funds through donations and events for the benefit of U.S. Army Rangers and their families, to include scholarship, short-term aid, specialty housing for disabled Rangers, transition programs to civilian life, PTSD care and support, suicide abatement, and other programs that may be under development.
ONPOINT 1-1 accomplishes this by supporting and promoting the events, programs and activities of Ranger units and recognized Ranger associations and recognizing the unselfish contributions by Ranger families, relatives and supporters and encouraging their continued support and honoring the service, courage and sacrifices made by U.S. Army Rangers.
ONPOINT 1-1 works closely with the Airborne and Ranger Training Brigade and the 75th Ranger Regiment and all subordinate units in order to give meaningful support to active duty Ranger soldiers. Our outreach includes four generations of U.S. Army Rangers – retired, separated, and active duty – who fought for our Nation from Korean War through present day.
ONPOINT 1-1 is a non-profit corporation that was created to support these specific organizations: the United States Army Ranger Association, the U.S. Mountain Ranger Association, the 75th Ranger Regiment Association, the National Ranger Memorial Foundation, the Darby Project, the Worldwide Army Rangers Association, HOOAH Foundation, Lead the Way Foundation, Sua Sponte Foundation, and the National Ranger Association, as well as the Active Duty Ranger Units already identified and other support programs in current and future development.
All U.S. Army Rangers, past, present, and future, and their families. Please see our Aid and Support section to dive deeper into our programs. We support existing programs that are well developed by other organizations, such as the U.S. Army Ranger Association, that manages the Ranger Assistance Fund and a Scholarship program. For PTSD, TBI, and potential suicide concerns, we use the Shephard Center and Emory Hospital in Atlanta, GA, and contribute to these operations on behalf of our Rangers that need assistance. We contribute to the Darby Project, a program that helps Rangers transition to civilian life, and we develop our own programs. The list goes on and our outreach is broad and specific.
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