Support The Mission

Support Veterans Response

We couldn’t do what we do in the field without the financial support of donors at home. 

your donation provides hope

Because we are prepared for every mission and self-sufficient on the ground, we can focus all of our resources on serving communities in need. We’re proud to say that 100 percent of public donations go toward relief and recovery for communities affected by disasters.

When you give to Veterans Response, you can rest assured that you’re supporting much-needed relief efforts on the ground. If you’re unable to volunteer with us, you can still be part of the team by donating.

Become a Corporate Partner

Keeping our team of veterans and emergency responders mission-ready takes time and effort. Our corporate partners cover our administrative costs, overhead, training and other expenses so we’re always ready to go when disaster strikes. Without your support, we wouldn’t be able to do what we do.

If your company or organization is interested in partnering with Veterans Response, give us a call at (860) 876-5454.

Adopt a DIVVY

Adopting a DIVVY system is easy and can help to support an entire community!  For just pennies per gallon, the DIVVY® Emergency Water System (plus the humanpower provided by Veterans Response volunteers) turns any freshwater source into a safe, potable water supply in a matter of minutes. A single DIVVY can produce the equivalent of 1.3 million bottles of water, without a single actual bottle needed.

The complete DIVVY has three suitcases: the Fill Case, the POD Case and the Tank Case. It also comes with a “consumables” kit containing the chemicals that treat the unclean water. 

One complete DIVVY unit costs $9,300.

If you can’t donate that much, there are other ways for you to help. Your donation can help defray the cost of a DIVVY chem pack, purchase a new filter or other consumables.

Buy Mission Gear

Show your support with your purchase of mission gear from the Veterans Response store. This is the same equipment our veterans and emergency responders use in the field. Welcome to the team!