HonorBound Foundation and the portable restroom company A Royal Flush are corporate partners who are committed to helping the tens of thousands of U.S. servicemen and servicewomen who struggle to earn a living and support their families after returning to civilian life.
Many veterans who thrive during the structured environment of active military service, find themselves lost when they have to acclimate to normal life again after returning from abroad. By combining our efforts, HonorBound and A Royal Flush are determined to assist veterans who may be facing homelessness, don’t have the resources to buy food or basic household necessities, or need help to get a loved one to the doctor or pay for a prescription.
Since our founding in 1978, HonorBound Foundation has been a lifeline for American veterans of every armed conflict since the Vietnam War. We first assisted Vietnam veterans who were suffering from the catastrophic effects of the chemical defoliant Agent Orange. Now, we help veterans from wars in Afghanistan, Somalia, and the Middle East, many who are suffering from the debilitating symptoms caused by Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
A Royal Flush is a family-owned company that has three generations of U.S. Marine Corps veterans as a part of its ownership and management teams. The company makes it a priority to consider veterans for positions at all of its employment levels.