Team RWB’s mission is to enrich the lives of America’s veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity.
Enrichment is defined as creating quality relationships and experiences that contribute to life satisfaction and overall wellbeing. The concept of enrichment consists of three core components—health, people, and purpose—that define a rich life.
ENRICHMENT = HEALTH + PEOPLE + PURPOSE
Fitness, sports, and recreational activities that improve physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing.
Genuine, quality, supportive relationships that generate mutual trust, accountability, and connection to the community.
Meaningful individual, team, and community experiences that renew identity and enhance direction in life.
LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR
The past year has been nothing short of amazing. It is an absolute honor to be a part of this Team as we continue to enrich the lives of Veterans and build strong American communities in the process. In 2015, we approached 100,000 members and delivered local programs in over 170 cities. Thanks to the efforts of the world’s best volunteers, we made lives richer through improved health, supportive relationships, and a strong sense of purpose. In addition to growing our programs, we made major investments in our team and are on the path to become the most professional volunteer-led organization in the country. Thanks to the generous support of our donors, sponsors, and partners we are poised to have a tremendous 2016. Look for huge growth in our Leadership Development Program with more Camps, Eagle Fellows, and the all-new Eagle Leader Academy. We’re also making major upgrades to our infrastructure to include an enterprise-wide CRM solution, improved website, and much more. Most importantly, we’ll continue to focus on supporting our chapters and the hundreds of thousands of quality, personal interactions that they create. We believe that an engaged and empowered generation of Veterans can lead the way for American communities and make our country stronger…one workout, one handshake, one day at a time.