Service projects vary in size and variety. Sometimes they involve preparation or construction work in support of communities at risk of disaster or participating in local disaster mitigation exercises.
They may involve partnering with local ex-forces charities to help paint a veteran’s home or support another charitable activity. In short, service projects help TR members stay engaged with their local communities while simultaneously honing their skills to prepare them for the next disaster relief deployment.
Service projects typically last one or two days and are scheduled for weekends. Since we all lead pretty hectic lives, we’re not always available to take the time away from our families or jobs to deploy on a disaster relief operation. Service projects provide all of our members an opportunity to meet other members in their area and become active in the Team Rubicon community.