Since 2010, OSD’s Veteran Support Ecosystem has impacted over 900,000 veterans, active military and family members through award-winning programs emphasizing Social Connectivity, Professional Development and Community Service.
Active-Military, Veterans and their Families receive relevant and relatable long term support while we create opportunities for widespread community involvement through fitness, outdoors activities, recreational therapy and familiy outings at home and abroad.
Transitioning is one of the greatest challenges faced by today’s military. We are uniquely positioned to help veterans connect with one another and with resources to ensure successful integration.
Everyone has the ability to make a substantive impact.
Together, we see the need and meet the need.
Military Community Members Impacted
We did! We understand that as a volunteer, donor, and supporter of OSD it is vital you trust the mission and integrity of OSD. All of us here at OSD are excited to announce that for the 4th year in a row we have been named to the GreatNonprofits Top-Rated List. ...read more
Originally published on LinkedIn by OSD CEO and Executive Director, Glenn D. Banton, Sr. Government contracts offer a tremendous financial opportunity for veteran-owned small businesses. The U.S. government is the largest customer in the world – it buys all types of...read more
Originally published on LinkedIn by OSD CEO and Executive Director, Glenn D. Banton Sr. You’ve brainstormed, researched, and are almost ready to launch your business. How are you going to fund your new veteran-owned business? Starting a business doesn’t have to be...read more
Originally published in the Dallas Daily News. This week, the nation remembers Ross Perot for his success in business, his two independent White House bids and his no-nonsense, straight Texas talk. His love of country, larger-than-life personality and generosity are...read more
In honor of July 4th, OSD is proud to partner with our friends at Adaptive Training, Starbucks, and Ice Shaker to pack and send more than 1,000 Supply Drops to our actively deployed troops. We think it is the best way to celebrate this #SeasonOfIndependence....read more
On May 9th, Keller Williams employees across the country took a break from buying and selling houses to give back to their community. The initiative is an annual event called RED Day, which stands for “renew, energize, and donate.” In all, more than 1,000 Keller...read more