Arlington, VA (PRWEB) May 08, 2013
Generous support from Aspire Giving is catapulting Warrior Gateway to an impressive level of service as the scope of their key initiative, the G.I. Network, enters a realm uncharted by any military based nonprofit. The G.I. Network, the largest veteran resource information exchange, is a network of over 200,000 non-profit and government programs in all 50 states.
Aspire Giving, founded by Warrior Gateway board member and Managing Partner of SkyBridge Capital, Anthony Scaramucci, supports organizations that are “turning ground-breaking intentions and out-come driven goals into sustainable models with tangible results.” This focused support on sustainable innovation is empowering Warrior Gateway to tackle the impressive task of doubling the size of the G.I. Network in the next 18 months.
“I have great respect for the veterans that have served our nation and am confident that Warrior Gateway’s vision and efforts will result in greater support for the deserving military community,” said Mr. Scaramucci.
Warrior Gateway is also working on upgrading the G.I. Network’s rate and review capability to help users make better-informed decisions based on peer feedback of service providers. This capability will also provide feedback and insights to those organizations about how they are doing in the eyes of their customers and what they need to improve.
“We are thrilled the financial community is coming together to support the military community and the work of our organization,” said Warrior Gateway’s Chief Executive Officer, Devin B. Holmes. “Aspire’s generous support will help Warrior Gateway continue to expand our work to continuously improve the G.I. Network.”
Warrior Gateway’s vision is to harness the goodwill of the hundreds of thousands of organizations serving the military community to create an easily accessible network of support organizations for veterans and their families in their local communities. Warrior Gateway’s goal is to ensure that by creating more access to the G.I. Network, when veterans, servicemen and women and their families ask the question “Where do I go for help?” they will get a consistent and reliable answer.
About Aspire Giving: The Aspire Giving Foundation was founded in 2011 to reflect the values of SkyBridge Capital and its commitment to corporate responsibility and engagement. We are a 501(c)(3) mission-oriented public charity determined to improve society by devoting time, resources and financial support to programs and people that are dedicated to giving communities in need the tools needed to achieve their aspirations. Aspire Giving’s non-profit portfolio is composed of organizations who share in our pledge of turning ground-breaking intentions and outcome-driven goals into sustainable models with tangible results. They are led by innovative and passionate entrepreneurs who have demonstrated the ability to improve people’s living conditions because of the unique way in which they look at the world and its relationship to philanthropy.
About Warrior Gateway: Founded in 2009, Warrior Gateway connects service members, military families, wounded warriors, families of the fallen and our nation's veterans with government and non-profit programs in their local community. Warrior Gateway harnesses state-of-the art technology and community collaboration to help today's military community make better decisions about what service provider they can go to for help. Their programs provide a public forum where people can share their experiences about the quality and effectiveness of those services. In 2011, Warrior Gateway’s efforts were recognized with the Federal Computer Week Fed-100 award for significant contributions to the Federal IT community and in 2012 with a ComputerWorld Honors Laureate for our innovation in creating an open-source platform for information sharing. A proud partner of the Got Your 6 campaign, Warrior Gateway works to bridge the civilian-military divide with non-profit and government partners. For more information, please visit: http://www.warriorgateway.org