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EDUCATE, MOTIVATE & INSPIRE

Feeding Homeless Veterans, Educating Them on PTSD Awarness,
Suicide Prevention, and TBI

In military science nomenclature, a Quick Reaction Force (QRF) is an
armed military unit capable of rapidly responding to developing situations,
typically to assist allied units in need of such assistance. They are to have
equipment ready to respond to any type of emergency, typically within
ten minutes or less but that is based on unit standard operating procedures

Nonprofit Charity for Veteran Support &
PTSD Awareness

Quick Reaction Force 22 is committed to making heroes' lives better during their Active Duty and continuing after they transition to civilian life. We are dedicated to feeding homeless Veterans. Since 2016 we have proudly helped and serviced thousands of veterans, and we have decided not to limit our focus there. We are branching our assistance to First Responders and Active-Duty Military.

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Resources & Care for Veterans

Resources & Care for Veterans

At Quick Reaction Force 22, we understand the trauma that follows from the battleground, and we offer a safe podium for Veterans to share their experiences and ask for comfort and therapy. Quick Reaction Force 22 is working hard every day to help the nation's Veterans. We offer Veteran charities, assistance for traumatic brain injury, and further education.

At Quick Reaction Force 22, we understand the trauma that follows from the battleground, and we offer a safe podium for Veterans to share their experiences and ask for comfort and therapy. Quick Reaction Force 22 is working hard every day to help the nation's Veterans. We offer Veteran charities, assistance for traumatic brain injury, and further education.

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Our Mission

Quick Reaction Force 22 is committed to making heroes' lives better during active duty and once they transition to civilian life (Veteran). We are dedicated to feeding homeless veterans. Since 2016 we have proudly helped and serviced thousands of veterans, and we have decided not to limit our focus there. We are branching our assistance to first responders and active-duty assistants.