A Commitment Honored.
A Debt Repaid.
Post 9/11 Veterans are returning to civilian life with diverse skills and tremendous potential, but many experience difficulties when they leave military service and transition to civilian life. The Foundation’s goal is to ensure successful transitions from military service for Post 9/11 Veterans and their families. Our investments focus on both supporting service members before they transition, and re-integration strategies that help them and their families navigate services post-transition.
Returning service members have diverse skills demanded by today’s civilian labor force, including impressive work ethics, leadership, and strategic problem-solving abilities. The Schultz Family Foundation’s Veterans initiative is designed to recognize and employ these unique traits to match them with their next career in the civilian sector and empower veterans to make our nation better and stronger. To further these efforts, the Foundation works to ensure that we understand the strengths and talents of those who served, and the contributions they can make when they return home. The Foundation’s programs support not only transitioning service members but also military spouses, and National Guard and Reserve members.