BBRT is a non-profit organization dedicated to preventing suicides among veterans and their families. Team Members are ready to deploy 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year across the United States to perform welfare checks when a concerned party reaches out.
The seed for BBRT was planted after the founder, Samuel Rock, did an impromptu welfare check on a fellow combat veteran. That veteran later said, “If you hadn’t checked on me, I wouldn’t be here today.” The impact of that event became the catalyst for the Battle Buddy service that has since been refined and expanded.
Statistics show that an average of 22 veterans commit suicide every day, a staggering number that demonstrates the need for organizations like the Battle Buddy Response Team. The 501(c)(3) charity does not charge for its services, but relies solely on donations and sponsorship’s.
Created April 25, 2019, BBRT serves veterans, their spouses, and their children, from all branches and all eras. Anyone who is worried about a veteran or their family can contact BBRT.
At Be Well we provide counseling services to individuals and their families. We believe in empowering individuals through connection and relationship building. We work with anxiety, depression, ADHD, trauma, attachment issues, life transitions and connecting individuals to themselves as well as other people in their lives.
Beatty & Gamble LLC is the parent company to Little Pandas Learn-N-Play Center. At Little Pandas we understand the importance of child safety and child development. Our children are precious and they mean everything to us. Being a parent myself, I understand the wants, needs, and expectations parents have when it comes to caring for our children. It is our mission at Little Pandas to not only provide a safe environment for children, but to also focus on the skills that are vital in the development of our children.
The mission of the Berkeley County BackPack Program is to meet the needs of hungry children at times when other resources are not available, such as weekends and school vacations. The BackPack Program is a 100% volunteer, 501(c)3 non-profit that provides weekend food bags to 650 Berkeley County Students from Pre-K to seniors in high school each week.