The Call of Duty Endowment has given over $36 million to get vets back to work.
Seal of Distinction
The Call of Duty Endowment bestows the Seal of Distinction upon nonprofits that demonstrate the highest level of effectiveness, efficiency and integrity in placing veterans in quality jobs.
Launched in 2013, the Seal of Distinction is accompanied by a $30,000 award and potential access to additional restricted funding, advice, and support. Grants are only provided to Seal of Distinction Winners.
Nominees for the Seal of Distinction must, at a minimum:
- Be a charitable, non-profit, with a 501(c)(3) status in the United States or undergo a review and evaluation process for the UK
- Have a mission that incorporates directly assisting unemployed veterans in finding jobs
- Be prepared to disclose and show documentation for requested placement, performance and cost data
- Complete our application and, should they be selected as a finalist, submit to verification procedures
Seal of Distinction Winners
- National Able Network
- Abled-Disabled Advocacy
- Project Renewal
- CareerSource Palm Beach County
- Veterans Leadership Program of Western Pennsylvania
- American Red Cross, Southern Nevada Chapter
- Hire Heroes USA
- Hiring Our Heroes
- Still Serving Veterans
- Corporate America Supports You (CASY)
- Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans & Military Families (CIR)
- Easter Seals of Greater Washington-Baltimore Region
- Salvation Army Haven
- US Veterans Initiative
- Veterans Inc.
- The Weingart Center