AWV’s sponsors, volunteers and partners have made a significant impact on starting and sustaining the organization. Without their generous support, AWV would not be the organization it is today. The impact that our partners have had cannot be measured. They allow AWV to continue our mission of raising awareness and carrying on the legacy of women in service. For more information on how to become an American Women Veterans Foundation Partner or Sponsor, please send a request for information to email@example.com.
Volunteers & Mentors
AWV relies solely on volunteers and since we’re all veterans that have spent the better part of our years in the military, we’re always looking for mentors in the business, non-profit, marketing and media industries. If you are interested in working with us to help further our mission and vision, and have skills you think will benefit AWV, please read our Volunteer page and submit for information.
Partners & Supporters
AWV works with a number of companies that offer discounts, pro-bono services and donations to AWV and our members. We are tremendously grateful for their assistance and support.
Since our beginning in San Francisco in 1863, Orrick has dedicated itself to two interdependent goals: serving our clients and building an enduring institution. Today, we have more than 1,100 lawyers in 23 offices worldwide working together to pursue these objectives. We are proud of the service we have delivered and the firm we have built, and we are excited about our future.
The Ranger Up AWV Shirt – Ranger Up is proud to develop the first American Women Veterans Shirt. Our guidance from the group was simple: We are proud of our service – every bit warriors, but every bit women. The shirt should be fashionable, but should showcase our strength and resolve. Immediately we thought of Ben Franklin’s famous quote, likening America and the American Spirit to the indigenous rattlesnake – a quote we might add, which became a driving force and rallying point of our American Revolution.
We believe it is uniquely apropos to the strength of our women in uniform. “She never begins an attack, nor, when once engaged, ever surrenders: She is therefore an emblem of magnanimity and true courage. She never wounds till she has generously given notice, even to her enemy, and cautioned him against the danger of treading on her.”