In honor of Volunteer Week we’re sharing a Greyshirt’s reflection on the meaning of volunteering, teamwork, and finding a place in the TRibe.
From chainsaw instructing to answering 211 calls, how four Team Rubicon volunteers tackled some very niche remote volunteer work during COVID-19.
Team Rubicon’s Director of Field Operations encourages members to introduce themselves to local emergency management partners before and between disasters.
Air Force veteran Brianne Richter is addicted to serving with Team Rubicon and is currently not seeking a remedy.
There were no chainsaws or hard hats and just one scoop shovel involved, but Team Rubicon members rocked a service project for a Vietnam-era veteran in Venice, CA on Sunday afternoon. That veteran, Stuart Sarbone, served in the United States Army Quartermaster Corps and received an Army commendation for how he “revolutionized the way the … Read More
Team Rubicon is a multi-faceted organization with a dual mission of helping communities affected by disasters and veterans looking for another chance to serve, so it’s no surprise there are truck loads of moving parts that keep this engine running. We broke it down into four, easy-to-digest categories: Tools We’re talkin’ chainsaws, skid-steers, gloves, shovels, safety glasses, etc. We are as effective … Read More