Between increasing our operational capacity, funding, or providing resources for our veterans, our sponsors and partners are an integral part of the team. Interested in working with us? Contact us here.
TR is a member of CGI-America, having made a Commitment to Action to repurpose the skills of 500 young military veterans for disaster relief by 2013.
Palantir’s geo-mapping technology allows Team Rubicon to effectively identify work zones within a disaster zone.
TR serves on the VEMEC Emergency Management Committee which evaluates the preparedness of the VA to respond adequately to large disasters.
Meal Kit Supply generously supplies Team Rubicon with MREs for use while in the field.
Everbridge allows Team Rubicon to rapidly contact volunteers via SMS in the event of a natural disaster
During Operation: Greased Lightning, BKB graciously opened their doors to our teams, providing us a place to stay and to stage all of our gear.
As a part of the Leadership Pillar in GY6, Team Rubicon working to engage our veterans in community service.
Salamander provides Team Rubicon with personnel accountability software to help us track volunteers in the field.
Home Depot generously donated $150,000 in supplies and funding towards domestic operations.
Pricewaterhouse Coopers has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to Team Rubicon’s disaster relief operations
Meijer donated $5000 worth of gift cards following the tornado outbreaks of March 2012.
Activision Blizzard offers an ongoing company-sponsored match for employee donations to Team Rubicon.
Thanks to the generosity of Urban American, TR had a fully functioning forward HQ in NY during Operation: Greased Lightning.
Hunter Douglas made generous contributions to TR’s responses to the 2013 floods in Colorado and Hurricane Sandy.
Chadbourne and Parke is TR’s pro bono legal counsel, providing TR assistance on everything from visas to contracts to strategy.
Gerber outfits Team Rubicon members with tactical knives and multi-tools for deployments.
eBay has been a long-time supporter of Team Rubicon, featuring TR on Give @ Checkout and several other platforms.
The Google Foundation awarded Team Rubicon a one-time grant worth $150,000 for operations, advertising and marketing activities.
The History Channel has supported Team Rubicon with donated PSA space and financial contributions.
Mechanix Wear supplies Team Rubicon members with some of the kickass gloves on the market.
Information Technology Disaster Resource Center (ITDRC) hooks TR up with bandwidth and comms out in the field.
Airlink offers help at addressing both developmental and emergency humanitarian air transportation needs.
TMC is an incubator to TR, providing three fellowships to TR volunteers in order to help scale TR operations.
TR deployed in partnership with the IMC following the breakout of cholera in Port-au-Prince.
The Bob Woodruff Foundation provides resources and support to injured service members, veterans, and their families so they can have successful futures.
Team Rubicon and Team RWB have joined forces to harness the power of veterans and support successful military to civilian transition.