Continuum of Care Program
Supporting Non-Profit Partners
As part of Carry The Load’s mission, it honors and supports our nation’s heroes by raising much-needed funds to provide a continuum of care for military, veterans, first responders and their families. Each year Carry The Load selects non-profit partners that provide healing services for the mind, body and soul of our warriors. To allow these partners to focus on direct service programs, Carry The Load works as a force multiplier by establishing an environment of collaboration and financial support to make a greater impact across the nation.
Watch our video to learn more about where the funds raised by Carry The Load go.
22Kill's mission is to create a community that raises awareness and combats suicide by empowering veterans, first responders, and their families through traditional and non-traditional therapies.
Son's of the Flag provides support to veterans, first responders and their families, who have survived a burn injury. We exists to be THE resource for burn survivors.
Travis Manion Foundation through veterans and families of the fallen are leading the charge, pushing us to be better versions of ourselves and improving our collective character. We exist to empower veterans and families of allen heroes to develop character in future generations.
Patriot Paws mission is to train and provide service dogs of the highest quality at no cost to disabled American veterans and others with mobile disabilities and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in order to help restore their physical and emotional independence.
Gratitude Initiative's mission is to provide educational support and college scholarships to the children and families of military service members, veterans, disabled veterans, and those killed in defense of our country.
Recovery Resource Council Our mission is to promote wellness and recovery from alcohol, addiction and mental health issues. With 60 years of experience providing hope, conquering addiction and healing families. We are the link between substance abuse services and the adults, youth and families who are in need. Recovery Resource Council has an extensive history of providing case management and behavioral health services to those seeking help with substance abuse and mental health issues. Since its inception in 1957, Recovery Resource Council has grown to be recognized as a leader in North Texas in the fields of outreach, intervention and prevention.
Sheep Dog exists to engage, assist and empower the men & women who make up our nation’s military, law enforcement, fire & rescue, and EMS professions – society’s protectors, our “Sheep Dogs.” We provide continued service opportunities and outdoor adventures which offer physical challenges and the camaraderie that is often missing after a shift or tour of duty ends. For Sheep Dogs, “Helping Others is a Way of Life.”
A Soldier's Child exists to serve the Gold Star Children of military personnel who have lost their lives on active duty, while defending the United States of America. ASC has three points of service for the children of our fallen.
Lt. Todd Krodle Memorial Foundation awards scholarships to high school seniors who are children of DFD members, to assist future LODD families, assist with critically injured firefighters, and assist with needs f DFD and area departments.