Same critical mission, without the big event.

We’re putting the mission first and asking for your help. 

We know — the last thing any of us wants to do is stare at a screen for another virtual event. Furthermore, the stress placed on our first responders, frontline workers and veterans this year has required an extraordinary effort from our REBOOT staff and volunteers. In fact, more people have reached out to REBOOT for help this year than ever. Those who have answered the call to help us are calling for help themselves.  

So, rather than investing in producing a big event for our annual Honor Week initiative, we’re staying focused on the mission — and we need your help. 

For this year’s REBOOT Honor Week, rather than inviting you to sponsor an event, we are asking you to sponsor our mission to help veterans and first responders overcome trauma. 


The tornado, COVID-19, the downtown explosion – 2020 was a year like none other for Nashville. But through it all, a redeeming force has been at work: our veterans and first responders. Let’s honor, remember and serve those who make our city a great place to live, work and play.




They answered the call for us. Now it’s time to do the same for them.

We recognize that organizations have to strike a difficult balance between philanthropy and marketing. We are committed to provided our sponsors with opportunities to expand their network and increase brand awareness. In addition to the Appreciation event that will be held this fall, 
we will also feature our 2021 sponsors in our “REBOOT Recovery 10 Year Anniversary” coffee table book being released later this year. This book will go out to hundreds of companies and individuals who have supported our mission over the past decade. Thank you for your consideration, and may God bless you and your organization in the coming year!  

All funds raised will benefit REBOOT Recovery. With over 10,000 graduates spanning 40 states and six countries since 2011, REBOOT’s trauma healing courses are bringing hope and restoration to military and first responder families nationwide.