How can I help?
Donate to any Veterans program you feel comfortable with. Our funds are dedicated to Rangers and their families. Write your Congressman and demand the VA be reformed and updated. Volunteer locally at shelters and clinics, and participate in local area food drives and housing shelter projects. There are 4000 homeless veterans in the country…read more (link to article) https://www.militarytimes.com/veterans/2017/12/06/number-of-homeless-veterans-nationwide-rises-for-first-time-in-seven-years/: http://nchv.org/index.php/news/media/background_and_statistics/
What is an Army Ranger?
The original Rangers fought in the French and Indian War when we were only colonies to the English King, and later in the Revolutionary War. Rangers have been in every war since our country began…read more (link to history)
What is the Veteran Suicide Rate?
22 veterans a day take their own lives. Much of this is a result of PTSD, TBI, and drug and alcohol addiction. While the Special Operations community has been significantly isolated from suicide, we saw an alarming 28% increase in 2018.
Are my donations to OnPoint 1-1 tax deductible?
Yes. OnPoint 1-1 Corporation is a Georgia corporation organized in August 2018, and is being certified by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) specifically as a “Mutual Benefit Charity” organization pursuant to the provisions of Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3) and Internal Revenue Code Section 170(c)(3). All donations made to OnPoint 1-1 (cash or material/inventory) are tax deductible. A letter from OnPoint 1-1 will be sent to each donor for annual tax purposes. A copy of our IRS certification will be available.
Who benefits from the moneys raised?
OnPoint 1-1 is a 501(c)3 created in August of 2018 solely dedicated to the identification, planning, and execution of Fundraising Events to support various U.S Army Ranger Associations, foundations, and programs that serve the at large Ranger Brotherhood and Ranger community.
The beneficiaries of the net distribution fund are currently, but not limited to, the following:
- National Ranger Memorial Foundation
- National Ranger Association
- 75th Ranger Regiment Association
- 75th RGT and individual Battalions
- The Darby Project and Ranger for Life Project
- Gallant Few
- The Overhang Service Club
- The Gator Service Club
- Sua Sponte Foundation
- Lead the Way Foundation
- National Ranger Scholarship Fund