This week, we got a chance to talk to Texas VFW about their yearly college essay competitions benefiting veterans and their families.
We’re always seeking ways to better serve our Texas veteran and military community. So, we're sponsoring a home build through Habitat for Humanity.
We sponsored five veterans with Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs, a charitable group that helps veterans, military members and first-responders cope with PTSD.
The holidays can be especially hard when we’re suffering with feelings of loneliness. Let's look at a few resources out there for veterans.
This week, we wanted to fetch a little more on service dogs. So, here are three ways service dogs help veterans—plus a little extra you might not know:
As many of our Texas veteran and military families get ready to send their kids back to school, we thought we'd outline resources to help save some cash.
For the last 30 years, officials have organized an annual march in honor of the brave soldiers captured in the Bataan Memorial Death March in 1942.
On May 18, we met up with Houston veteran Kip Othold as he wrapped up a 3,100-mile cycling adventure across the U.S. in support of veterans.
At Veteran Energy, we’re proud supporters of the Texas VFW. And we’re excited about their new program involving U.S. Veterans Service Dogs.
Fundraising is a hobby for Houston’s 67-year-old Kip Othold. Each year, he raises money by taking part in charity cycling events throughout Texas.