A 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Supporting Our Veterans and First Responders, Led by Veterans and First Responders
Who we are
We walk alongside our brave veterans and first responders, offering hope, healing, and community through faith and fellowship. We believe in the transformative power of love and support in overcoming life’s most challenging battles. We’re a community led by Veterans and First Responders dedicated to supporting US Veterans and First Responders battling PTSD and beyond.
Our mission is to provide vital support, fellowship, and resources to veterans and first responders, empowering them to thrive and find renewed purpose in their lives. We recognize the immense sacrifices made by these brave individuals, and we are dedicated to creating a strong community that fosters their physical, mental, and spiritual well-being.
“In our line of work as firefighters, we’ve got to be ready to take on someone else’s emergency like it’s our own – that’s the real heart and soul of looking out for your neighbor. Guardian Community knows the feeling too. We’re on a mission to track down our fellow vets and first responders across America and stand with them in their struggles. We’re not just a resource but a community making real changes in the lives of our veterans and first responders.”
“As a veteran and former US Army medic, I have seen firsthand the physical wounds of war, and how difficult it can be to live with. However, too many of our veterans return with wounds that we cannot see, but can ultimately be even more tragic. Our goal is to create a guardian community around our veterans and first responders to protect them and help them thrive in civilian life.”
“Drawing from my experience as a US Navy veteran, I have personally witnessed the visible scars of war and the immense challenges that accompany serving our great nation. Yet, there is a profound tragedy in the hidden wounds silently carried by numerous veterans and first responders—wounds that often inflict even greater devastation. These brave individuals suffer in silence, concealed in the shadows. At Guardian Outreach, our mission is clear: to establish a watchful community, a unified force of protectors, around our veterans and first responders. We are wholeheartedly committed to guiding them through their struggles, shielding them from harm, and empowering them to thrive as they navigate civilian life with unwavering confidence.”
“I spent 13 years serving our great country in the United States as a medic and a Ranger. Serving multiple combat tour I realized just how critical brother and sisterhood was within our community. That didn’t end when I was severely injured and had to retire. Since then I have and will always continue to serve those who serve and served us every day”
“I served as a Chaplain Assistant in the US Army for 23 years. I have seen the evil in this world and walked along with my brothers and sisters who fought to make this world a better place. I personally know the battles our heroes fight when they come home. I lost three of my brothers to suicide, Josh, Michael, and Zachary. Losing them broke my soul in ways I never knew it could be broken. Since then, I have dedicated my time to learn about the effects PTSD. I found there is hope for healing; there is a light at the end of the tunnel! I vowed that when I retired from the Army I would use every resource available to help veterans win the battle and find peace at home. Until Valhalla, I GOT YOUR SIX”
“As a US Army veteran I was privileged to walk hand and hand with those who fought without hesitation to protect and serve our country. I also know firsthand that what they have lived through leaves lasting scars, sometimes not seen by others. I lost my own father an army veteran of the Vietnam war to suicide and since then have made it my mission to save other families from that devastating loss. I’ve spent the last two years building a community of veterans and first responders who together are dedicated to fulfilling that mission.”
Air Force Veteran
“After 4 years in the Air Force as a Medic/Dental Specialist, I joined the Army National Guard for 8 years as a Medic. I retired from a utility company working as an IT Team Leader. 30 years ago I became qualified as a Golf Teaching Professional with the United Golf Teachers Federation. I became very active in helping charitable groups – Make a Wish, United Way, Commissioner Ings Red Tie Tournament, GMF Consulting Group, Kids Born With AIDS – to help organize Golf Events.
Being a Veteran and Golf Professional has helped me be even more Passionate about helping Veterans and First Responders. Thanks to all of you for letting me be part of this team.”
As the leaves change color and the air carries the scent of autumn, Thanksgiving beckons us to count our blessings and share our abundance. In the spirit of gratitude and giving, Guardian Community is proud to announce our partnership with local churches to bring warmth, comfort, and a bountiful Thanksgiving dinner to families in need within our community.
How You Can Lend a Hand
- Donate: Every dollar you contribute helps us supply a family with the ingredients for a memorable Thanksgiving meal.
- Spread the Word: Encourage your friends, family, and colleagues to join in our efforts to make this Thanksgiving a joyful occasion for all.