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Press release team rubicon vetPRESS RELEASE Team Rubicon Veterans Dayerans day

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  • 1. News Release CONTACT: Andrew Scott, Communications ManagerNovember 2, 2011 202.656.1031FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Team Rubicon Partners with Habitat for Humanity for Veterans Day service initiativeWashington, D.C.– is proud to announce that past Democracy 2.0 Award winner TeamRubicon is partnering with Habitat for Humanity on Nov. 11 to rebuild and repair the homes ofwounded military veterans across America.“Service members who join the military do so out of an altruistic desire to commit themselves to acause larger than their own,” Team Rubicon co-founder and vice president William McNulty said. “Thatdesire does not end with their military service. On Veterans Day, the former soldiers, sailors, airmenand Marines of TeamRubicon are partnering with Habitat for Humanity to rebuild and repair the homesof our wounded warriors.Through these projects, Team Rubicon hopes to honor the strength and commitment to service that somany veterans feel, with tools that are constructive instead of destructive. Projects will take place infive cities including Kansas City, Los Angeles, New York City, Washington, D.C and Worcester, Mass.“We’re showing the world that sometimes the law of unintended consequences pays off. There can besome good that comes out of ten years of war; a decade of service has given 2.2 million servicemembers the talents and leadership to accomplish anything, “ co-founder and president Jake Woodsaid of the project.Wood was recently named the winner of GQ magazine’s 4th annual Better Men Better World Search.Each year, GQ accepts hundreds of nominations from across the country in its search for men whodedicate their time and energy for the betterment of society.Wood and McNulty will deliver a TED style Millennial talk on leadership development and strategyduring the Millennial Leadership Summit in New York City, Nov. 10 at The City University of New York’sMacaulay Honors College. They will also discuss how support from donors and organizations have helped them succeed in their work.“Jake and Will exemplify the incredible impact that members the Millennial Generation are capable ofachieving to implement and solve critical social issues in our society,” CEO Maya EnistaSmith said. “The work of Team Rubicon is a continuing inspiration in the field of civicentrepreneurship.”Team Rubicon bridges the critical time gap between large natural disasters and conventional aidresponse. It provides front line medical care by fielding small, self-sustaining, mobile teams ofespecially skilled first-responders. The organization won a Democracy 2.0 Award from Mobilize.orgduring the 2010 Beyond the Welcome Home Summit, which helped them buy communicationsequipment and medical supplies that support Rubicon’s quick response ethos.To learn more about Team Rubicon and its mission, visit For moreinformation on the Millennial Leadership Summit, visit empowers and invests in Millennials to create and implement solutions to socialproblems. Utilizing technology and social networking to connect Millennials on and offline, Mobilize.orgconvenes Millennials from around the country to discuss issues impacting the Millennial Generationand to develop sustainable solutions to address them. ###

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