Archive for the ‘Local Service’ Category:

Never Leave a Job Half Done

As we start off in our new year, it’s a great time to reflect on how much our volunteers’ work impacts the lives of those we assist. One family in […]

Team Rubicon and Team RWB Join Forces to Support Veterans in the Military to Civilian Transition

Team Rubicon and Team RWB are joining forces to harness the power of veterans and support successful military to civilian transition. Run as One on May 18th. Why We Do […]

Personal Reflection from Army Veteran Dwight Kling

My phone rang. “Hey Dad, I’m heading up a Team Rubicon project this weekend to help out a soldier whose house got trashed by vandals while he was on active […]

“Liminality” – Personal Reflection from Navy Veteran James Myers

Liminality On Saturday, in Hutto, at SSgt Vinyard’s house, two people were talking about the ambivalence of being new parents: “You just don’t understand it until you go through it.” […]

Photo Update: George to the Rescue

TR volunteers help to remodel the home of injured Marine Corporal Watson with George to the Rescue Share

Reflection from Steve Kling on TR Region VI Habitat Build

I’ve worked on a couple of Habitat for Humanity service projects before and the clearest distinction between one’s like this, where everyone comes from a background of military service, and […]

TR Calls End to Operations in Branson, MO

Team Rubicon has ended operations in Branson, Missouri as of noon on Sunday, March 11th.  A very special thank you to all those who supported our efforts and helped us […]

Team Rubicon partners with Habitat for Humanity to rebuild veterans’ homes

Open publication – Free publishing – More team rubicon This year on 11/11/11 we’re showing the world that sometimes the law of unintended consequences pays off. There can be some […]

TR East Coast community service project

In conjunction with Operation Chill-out, a local homeless veteran outreach program in the New York City area, the Team Rubicon East Coast leadership conducted operations during the recent heat wave […]