Lives of Service Born from 9/11

When the Twin Towers fell, these people were inspired to rise up and serve. Twenty years later, they’re still at it.

Responding to 2021 Storms and Hurricanes

From Tropical Storm Nicholas to Hurricane Ida, we are serving those impacted by this year's storms.

Supporting Afghan Families

Our volunteers are serving as translators, assembling housing, and serving the families coming to the US following the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan

Every year, communities across the United States and the world are struck by

DISASTERS AND HUMANITARIAN CRISES

causing widespread damage and impacting the most vulnerable.

There are over

22 million military veterans

living in the U.S.

Their unique skills, experience, and passion for serving others make them America’s greatest national resource.

Team Rubicon unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy

EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAMS

Volunteer with Team Rubicon

A Team Rubicon Original Documentary "A Promise to the Navajo"

When the coronavirus came into the Navajo Nation, things looked bleak. The elders were dying and with them their ancient Navajo language. This is a story of resilience, service, and remembering promises long forgotten.

$35,000,000+ COMMUNITY SAVINGS FROM VOLUNTEER SERVICE
SINCE 2013
  • Earthquakes
    6
  • Floods
    132
  • Hurricanes
    56
  • Severe Weather
    47
  • Tornadoes
    96
  • Wildfire
    79
  • COVID-19
    325
See Our Impact

OUR IMPACT OVER THE PAST TEN YEARS

  • 785 Field Operations
  • 1,212,383 Hours Deployed in Response to Disasters
  • 29,765 Volunteers Trained in Disaster Response Tactics
See Our Current Operations
OPS UPDATE

FORWARD WATCH: 9/3/2021

An update on all of Team Rubicon's current operations, all in one place

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"Giving an Afghan Family a Fresh Start Helps Heal War Wounds"

A Greyshirt and veteran of the War in Afghanistan reflects on how helping resettle refugees in Colorado is leading to his own recovery.

PREPAREDNESS

"Surviving the Disaster After the Disaster"

When it comes to hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, and more, it’s not always the storm that causes the most deaths but dangers that come after. Luckily, many can be avoided.

VIDEO

Welcome Home: Susan Stewart

Susan Stewart is a proud Louisianan from Lake Charles and one of the many victims of Hurricane Laura in 2020. Team Rubicon was able to help Susan in a time of great tragedy, reminding us that serving others on their worst day truly is the highest calling.

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"Veterans to Help Resettle Displaced Afghans"

As refugees begin arriving in the U.S., veterans of the war in Afghanistan are ready to return some lifesaving favors.

Whether you’re a military veteran or a skilled civilian, it’s time to step up to help communities in need.

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