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Mom of many Kimber Townsend turns Sunday into a volunteer holiday with Team Rubicon.
Team Rubicon volunteer, Navy veteran, and Clay Hunt Fellow Windy Barton reflects on eight years of service and growth.
While helping stand up a mass vaccination clinic in Portland, one Greyshirt gets vaccinated by another.
An information roundup on Team Rubicon's soon to launch, on-going, and demobilizing operations as of 23 April 2021
Volunteers from Team Rubicon and The Mission Continues step in to make a home a home wracked by Hurricane Maria and multiple earthquakes livable again.
From rebuilding hurricane-damaged homes to building resilient cities, how individuals and groups can use service to improve communities and corporate social responsibility.
It’s the people that keep me coming out to deployments. The Greyshirts and the clients have added a dimension to my life that I’ve never had before. As an introvert, I’ve always had anxiety about interacting with new people in new situations, but from the beginning, when I joined Team Rubicon two-and-a-half years ago, I … Read More
It was culture that nabbed Team Rubicon a spot among the top 50 nonprofits to work for on The NonProfit Times Best Nonprofits To Work For 2021, released on April 5. It was a big deal for veteran-led disaster relief nonprofit, which spent most of 2020 responding to the coronavirus pandemic. To determine the Best NonProfits … Read More
Team Rubicon is actively responding to 3 separate disaster categories in 39 cities across the country, and planning to assist 18 more. Read on for a breakdown on how Team Rubicon is serving those in need.
On his first national deployment with Team Rubicon, a Chicago volunteer tilled soil, supported a COVID-19 vaccination clinic, and witnessed the pandemic's effects at the Navajo Nation.
From custom kicks to pop hits, three creators raise the bar on raising funds to serve Americans in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
As of this week, Team Rubicon has volunteers responding to needs in over 20 states and readying to deploy internationally to respond to growing infections of COVID-19.
Team Rubicon reports on formerly at-risk volunteers returning to active duty after getting needled by colleagues.
Seasoned relief volunteers reveal what to expect in the hours, days, and weeks after a twister strikes, and how to prepare to serve in its wake.
Welcome these 12 military veteran Greyshirts as they embark on a six-month curriculum of self-discovery and leadership training.
The breadth of Team Rubicon’s capabilities is currently on display, with Greyshirts serving communities affected by winter storms, wildfires, floods, and COVID-19.
Along with advertising industry leaders, groups launch a public service campaign to build trust and help end the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Greyshirt who responded to Hurricanes Laura and Delta in Lake Charles, LA, reflects on the homeowner who gave him the gift of a lifetime.
Every year Team Rubicon volunteers respond to tornadoes across the US. With an above-average tornado season on the forecast, here’s how to prepare for and survive a twister.
Lorey Zlotnick reveals how this veteran-led disaster relief nonprofit is challenging the expected and changing the narrative for women.
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