Our Best to John McCain

As you no doubt read in the news, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) has brain cancer. Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family. We hope he makes a speedy and full recovery. Whether you know it or not, the SIV (Special Immigrant Visa) program exists today because of the tireless work of Sen. […]

Telling it like it is: Our Allies are Veterans Too.

Yesterday’s Washington Post really does tell it like it is. It’s important; no, it’s vital that you read it. Consider what combat translators/interpreters have done for us, and, more importantly, how much more we could and should be doing for them. We owe them that. They protected and supported our men and women in uniform. They […]

Help those who helped us.

First and foremost, thank you! Your generosity over the last two weeks helped No One Left Behind keep 15 families off the streets in the DC area!! Thanks to you, 30 adults and 45 children are still safe in the homes they’ve made here in America. Thank you. Of course, our work is never done. […]

The Essence of Good

The Essence of Good How do you repay someone for the gift of life? What is it you wouldn’t do? I imagine you’d do anything. Janis Shinwari, the Afghan translator who worked with my Army unit in Afghanistan, saved my life (check out the amazing story here), and those of four other American soldiers over […]

Volunteer Profile: Jamie Gold

We wanted to find out about what it’s like volunteering for No One Left Behind, so we talked to Jamie Gold, who works tirelessly to help out at our San Diego Chapter.  Here’s what she had to say: I’m an author, journalist, professional speaker and Certified Kitchen Designer.  All of my talks and writing, including […]