From wearing MVP swag to hosting an challenge event or meetup, sharing your experience on social media to writing blog posts, you are enthusiastic about promoting the mission!
What’s involved in the Military Veteran Project (MVP) Ambassador Program?
Military Veteran Project Ambassadors will act as outreach champions at events and meetups, promoting the Save A Warrior Challenge and its mission..
Military Veteran Project Ambassadors will increase mission and cause exposure by sharing their own experiences and information at meetups and through social media channels.
Military Veteran Project Ambassadors will encourage their community to become supporters by introducing friends, family members and strangers to the need of support for mission of the Military Veteran Project.
When asked, Military Veteran Project Ambassadors will report on and offer feedback on new and upcoming events, outreach coordinations and mission.
What exactly will I need to do?
Must hold 1 meetup OR attend 1 event per quarter.
Must also post at least one MVP piece of content a week on each appropriate social channel.
What’s in it for me?
We will provide you tools and information to succeed.
You will receive a dedicated section for photo & biography on the Military Veteran Project Community.
You will have the opportunity to be featured on our social media channels and to post on Military Veteran Project's Inspirations Center.
You will receive swag at discounted rate with special code.
You will get priority emails about treatments and research being done because of your hard work before anyone else. You will be "in the know" and able to see first hand how your efforts are saving lives.
Where do I find information I can print or resources to use? You can visit our Resources and Printable's page to print off photos of men and women who have lost their lives on American soil to suicide, pamplets about the Military Veteran Project. Bracelets, window decals and other items are available HERE.
What will I need to do as a Military Veteran Project Ambassador? As a Military Veteran Project Ambassador, you will host and attend events in your community, sharing your own personal connection to the mission of the Military Veteran Project to prevent military suicide through research and treatment. Ambassadors will also leverage their social media influence to share the MVP brand. We will also occasionally ask you to provide feedback. Using the follow Hashtags #'s #TeamMVP #SaveAWarriorChallenge #MilitarySuicideAwareness #JointheMVPMission
How long does the Military Veteran Project Ambassador Program last? You can stay in the Military Veteran Project Ambassador Program as long as you’d like. We will periodically complete reviews with you to make sure everything is going smoothly and that you are enjoying your time with us.
I’ve never hosted an event before… Will you help? We will provide you with some guidance for your first event, but you will take the initiative to host the events on your own. We encourage you to be creative with the resources in your community!
Do Military Veteran Project Ambassadors get paid? At this time, all ambassadors are on a volunteer basis. We are continuing to grow and will look to our ambassadors and volunteers before hiring as positions become available.
Am I a good fit for the Military Veteran Project Ambassador Program? Ambassadors should be avid social media users and keep up to date with the progress of the Military Veteran Project, we will do our part and send you emails about up to date items to share. Event marketing is time consuming. We are looking to work with Ambassadors that are happy to volunteer their time to the Military Veteran Project mission.
May I use the Military Veteran Project on my resume? ABSOLUTELY! Military Veteran Project Ambassadors who volunteer and make a huge outreach impact will be featured on our website and spotlighted for their achievements! We know prospective employers value that dedication and will help where we can!
As our THANK YOU for joining the mission of the Military Veteran Project, we have created this code to give you 25% off all merchandise in our store! MVPAMBASSADOR
Letter from one of our Save A Warrior Challenge Founders, Carrie Reilly
My name is Carrie Reilly, I am the widow of SGT Shawn Reilly, who in October 2011 lost his life to suicide. So many Veterans today are losing their lives to suicide at an alarming rate and something really needs to be done to help them. When my husband died I made a promise to myself to do what I could to help prevent Veteran suicide.
To do so, I have joined up with the Military Veteran Project with a mission of ending military suicide through treatment and research, but I couldn't do this alone, so I enlisted the help of friends, family and supporters to help me on this mission. Since 2012, the Military Veteran Project has been able to have 46 events assisting over 17,328 veterans and family members, all because of the nearly 2,736 volunteers that dedicated their time to the cause.
To make a difference and save a life I have joined the Save A Warrior Challenge, to raise funds to help prevent military suicide through research & treatment and I need you to join with me to help save the life of a veteran and protect their family from enduring tragic loss of a loved one.