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Team Rubicon Greyshirt John Ruehle reveals why he joined the Marines, being injured in battle, and how and why he serves his country in 2020.
For the 4th of July, six veterans and Team Rubicon volunteers reflect on military experience, service-to-country, and the meaning of independence in 2020.
Vietnam veteran Mahlon Mason reflects on military service then, service to country now, and belonging to the TRibe that always has his six.
Applying for the Clay Hunt Fellowship Program (CHFP) was something I felt that I needed to do. As a black woman and a U.S. Marine, I am always conscious of the systemic racism my fellow Americans and I have experienced, even after fighting for and serving our country. But, I also needed help transitioning from … Read More
Team Rubicon continues to deliver core disaster relief capabilities in the COVID-19 environment.
To outwit a global pandemic, Team Rubicon adapts its online training resources.
Team Rubicon adds another mobile testing site in California to support statewide COVID-19 testing.
From chainsaw instructing to answering 211 calls, how four Team Rubicon volunteers tackled some very niche remote volunteer work during COVID-19.
It was late in the evening after another busy shift in the emergency department. I grabbed my bag, a now-cold cup of coffee, and headed towards my car. I was physically and emotionally drained, but as I flipped through news articles, all centered on the COVID crisis, I wished I could do more. The week … Read More
Standing beside his daughter, Aja Collins, in the tropical heat of the Bahamas in the days after Hurricane Dorian, Michael “Top” Washington thought of his son. This, he imagined, must be what serving with Michael Jr. would have been like. If he’d had that chance. Top and Aja were in the Abacos to muck houses, … Read More
On the morning of Thursday, March 12, 2020, I headed to Team Rubicon Headquarters. As a graphic designer, I was ready to fire up my computer and hop into Adobe to begin creating our next social graphic, slide presentation, or web advertisement like I had every other day for the last seven months. I parked … Read More
Team Rubicon’s food support operations have served over 160 million meals so far. See where we're serving more.
On her first operation as a sawyer, one Greyshirt planned to sit back, be a spotter, and let the guys make the chips fly. Two Greyshirts ruined that plan. Lucy Loftus reflects on finding father figures in Team Rubicon.
Some dads draft their kids into Team Rubicon’s volunteer ranks. Some kids draft their fathers instead. And some Greyshirts never get the chance to serve together, but find a father figure in the Team Rubicon’s volunteer ranks, instead. That’s what happened to Jazmin Marshall, Team Rubicon’s major gift officer for the Southeast territory. In 2019, … Read More
When I saw a job posting in July of 2019 for a major gifts officer based out of Atlanta, GA for an unnamed nonprofit that “serves communities by mobilizing veterans to continue their service, leveraging their skills and experience to help people prepare, respond, and recover from disasters and humanitarian crises,” I was very intrigued. … Read More
Whenever Patrick and Ian Cobbs hit the road to deploy on a Team Rubicon operation, you can bet ’80s music will be blaring from the speakers. Ian has assembled a playlist specifically for this purpose, and every time he hears a song that he recognizes from “his father’s generation,” he adds it. Already they have … Read More
After nearly 100 days of COVID-19 response operations, see where Team Rubicon continues to serve.
In new emergency food assistance program, a volunteer army is making emergency food deliveries to Americans with cancer, multiple sclerosis, and rheumatoid arthritis.
Over 13,000 COVID-19 tests have been administered by Greyshirts in California and North Carolina.
CHILMARK, UK (12 JUNE 2020) – Team Rubicon UK (TRUK) has reached a formal agreement with Team Rubicon, Inc. to end their licence agreement and rebrand as RE:ACT Disaster Response. On announcing the settlement, General Sir Nick Parker, Chairman RE:ACT, said: “I am delighted that Team Rubicon supports us as our charity evolves. We are rebranding to become RE:ACT, and our operation to support the British … Read More
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