Although the Women Veterans Network (WoVeN) is an organization that provides peer support for Women Veterans, other organizations encourage connecting and building communities of Women Veterans as well.
AVOW Magazine is a quarterly magazine that highlights stories and experiences of women Veterans. The magazine shares stories of experiences in active duty and beyond.
Freedom Sisters Media
Freedom Sisters Media is a woman Veteran-owned company working to amplify women Veterans. We develop products to showcase stories of women who have served this country to inspire and provide hope for all our sisters. Freedom Sisters Media products content in every media format: podcasts, magazines, social and live events, video, audio, and more!
Hope4Veterans is a program that empowers and provides HOPE to Military Women by providing resources, peer to peer support, and Art/Holistic groups to work on their struggles within their community. Hope4Veterans helps educate and make awareness of the military women struggles. Hope4Veterans helps to educate, bring independence and stability for their families to help them become self-sufficient once again. Military Women are brought together with a purpose to provide resources to make sure that our women gain the assistance and advocacy they need and have earned.
Hope 4 Veterans was an absolute ray of sunshine when our family was in a difficult situation. The support received not only eased the burden we were facing but the simple fact of knowing someone was there and happy to help was the greatest gift of all.
Kappa Epsilon Psi Military Sorority
As an organization of elite professionals, Kappa Epsilon Psi (KEΨ) strives to continue building relationships and establishing Chapters on every U.S military installation and in local communities throughout the world. Founded on April 4, 2011 and incorporated on May 15, 2011, KEΨ continues to focus on its mission and vision to continue propelling their Sisterhood upward and forward.
Military Sisterhood Initiative
Led by Challenge America, the Military Sisterhood Initiative was designed by and for military women. Put simply, MSI provides a safe space for military sisters to connect and encourage one another. Then, from this camaraderie and collective strength comes the opportunity for women of the military to fight for improvements in the conditions that structure their lives and the lives of their military sisters.
Military Sisterhood Initiative
RallyPoint is the premiere digital platform for the military community to come together and discuss military topics both socially and professionally. RallyPoint connects members and provides tools to succeed along their entire lifetime journey – from recruit through retirement and beyond. Members build peer to peer relationships across branches, generations, and conflicts forged by the common bond of service. Within the community, members can build their professional network, ask questions, share photos and stories, connect with members in a secure environment, and explore educational and career opportunities.
RallyPoint is a great way to both spread and receive information. Whenever I stumbled upon an issue, RallyPoint was very happy to help rectify the problem quickly. It’s a resourceful platform to connect with my fellow military family and I am a proud member of RallyPoint.
RallyPoint Contributor and WoVeN Trainer
I help all veterans with a focus on women veterans, military spouses, Blue Star and Gold Star families connect and find their veteran sisters, resources and connections and avoid the fear of failing after transition from the military.
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