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When Hurricanes Maria and Irma hit her homeland, a Team Rubicon volunteer stepped up for her first disaster relief deployment. Then, her mother arrived.
How individuals may be able to reduce their own risk in the event of a disaster and make recovering from one more manageable.
A newly-minted Greyshirt reflects on what it’s like to serve on an Afghan resettlement operation, and getting a lesson that endures.
In honor of National Volunteer Week, we're sharing the reflection of a Greyshirt who deployed to Guyana with Team Rubicon on a humanitarian aid operation, and the lessons she learned.
For National Volunteer Week, Greyshirts reflect on recent time serving the Diné people.
For National Volunteer Week, three volunteers reflect on time spent helping a Midwest community recover from a rare and deadly wildfire.
For National Volunteer Week, we're sharing this reflection from a Navy veteran on the day he helped furnish a home for an Afghan family resettling in Oregon.
In honor of Volunteer Week we're sharing a Greyshirt's reflection on the meaning of volunteering, teamwork, and finding a place in the TRibe.
A family turns the tables on the disaster relief volunteers helping a community recover from March’s devastating tornadoes.
A Navy veteran reveals what it takes to turn houses into homes for Afghans resettling in Denver.
Here's an update on the current and upcoming operations Team Rubicon is working on.
An Air Force veteran and Greyshirt reflects on resettling Afghan allies in Colorado, and getting a dose of therapy in the process.
Team Rubicon inducts 12 U.S. military veterans into Base Camp 9
A Greyshirt reflects on how a cadre of mostly rookies morphed into a powerful team to serve an Air Force veteran in Florida.
An update on the operations Team Rubicon is actively working on now.
An Army veteran on his first deployment reflects on finding a home in the TRibe.
Medical volunteers who thought they’d seen it all see the unexpected as they treat internally displaced persons.
In his first deployment with Team Rubicon, a Greyshirt finds meaning in service that goes beyond heavy lifting.
When a Greyshirt stepped out of her comfort zone to serve survivors of December’s twisters in Kentucky she didn’t realize the life changed would be her own.
As Team Rubicon begins to respond to the humanitarian crises in Ukraine, we’re reflecting on past humanitarian operations. Greyshirt and Nurse Practitioner Mary Corder wrote this reflection in 2016 after serving on Operation Hermes, in which Team Rubicon volunteers provided primary medical care at a clinic in northern Greece to help alleviate suffering and prevent further injury to the Syrian refugee population.
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