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When you purchase Massif merch, 100% of the proceeds will be donated to one of the nonprofits listed below. We have thoughtfully selected each of these organizations because of the impactful support they give to the Veterans of our nation.

Please note, that you will have the opportunity to choose the organization you would like your donation allocated to once you have added items to your cart and proceed to checkout. Thank you for supporting our mission of providing life-changing assistance to those who deserve it most.

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The Dirt Therapy Project          

Mission Statement: Our mission is to get the Military Community on bikes, and in the great outdoors where they can discover their own path to healing.

Our Mission is Simple. Help Veterans Heal through Riding. (Motto = LIVE WELL. GET DIRTY)

Getting Veterans on Bikes:

Planning - TDTP relies on extensive planning and coordination to make the year exciting and full of opportunity. We always have the rider experience at the top of the list and are constantly looking for ways to leave the rider better than they came.

Equipment - Not everyone has a bike, and we understand that. We have been fortunate enough to be able to provide loaner bikes as well as establish a community of support from individuals to the corporate level.

Logistics - Ideas turn into good times when logistics are managed properly. Our goal is to present seamless travel experiences, surreal rides and epic good times by taking care of all the details. It’s our hope that we can have the rider show up and ride on!

Hunter Seven Foundation          

Mission Statement: As a nonprofit, veteran-founded, medical professional-ran organization, we aim to improve and positively impact the lives of our fellow veterans by researching military exposures and their impact on the health of the veteran population, sharing the data with the veteran and healthcare communities through education to increase awareness of exposures and the impact on veteran health. We are the only organization internationally published for our academic work on this topic and pride ourselves in assisting with caring for post-9/11 veterans during their treatments for cancers and other illnesses.

A veteran-founded, federally recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that specializes in medical research and education specifically on the post-9/11 veteran cohort. The Hunter Seven Foundation has quickly become the leader in identifying potential toxic exposures and subsequent illnesses in military veterans and in turn is able to educate both the veteran population and the healthcare providers who care for them on critical health information relating to their exposures utilizing evidence-based practice.

Mission 22          

Mission Statement: Mission 22 provides support to Veterans and their families when they need it most: right now. Through a comprehensive approach of outreach, events, and programs, we’re promoting long-term wellness and sustainable growth.

Mission 22 is a national community supporting active service members, Veterans, and their family members, through three areas of focus:

Support and Treatment Programs - For active service members, Veterans, and their family members, addressing Post-Traumatic Stress, Traumatic Brain Injury, suicide risk, and other challenges.

Social Impact - Uniting civilians and the military community to raise awareness of issues active service members, veterans, and their family members face.

Memorials - Remembering and honoring service members and Veterans through large-scale installations and digital initiatives, while raising awareness for issues faced on home soil.

Through this large volunteer effort, we continue to make a national impact, and our community is growing every day. We are proud to lead this mission supporting our military, Veterans, and their families.

National League of POW/MIA Families          

Mission Statement: The League's sole mission is to obtain the release of all prisoners, the fullest possible accounting for the missing, and the repatriation of all recoverable remains of those who died serving our nation during the Vietnam War.

The National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia was incorporated in the District of Columbia on May 28, 1970. Voting membership is comprised of wives, children, parents, siblings, and other close blood and legal relatives of Americans who were or are listed as Prisoners of War (POW), Missing in Action (MIA), Killed in Action/Body not Recovered (KIA/BNR) and returned American Vietnam War POWs. Associate membership is comprised of veterans, other concerned citizens, and extended family member POW/MIA and KIA/BNR relatives who do not meet voting membership requirements. As a nonprofit, tax-exempt, 501(c) 3 humanitarian organization (FEIN #23-7071242), the League is financed by donations from families, veterans, and others.