In the fertile soil of innovation, a tiny seed of an idea blossomed into the extraordinary entity we proudly call DVEN. Our foundation rests on the profound belief that each of us carries an innate responsibility to weave the threads of positive change within our community. United, we wield the power to be a beacon in the fight against veteran suicide.
Enter the dynamic world of the DVEN / Rally4Vets Top Dog Championship series — a stage set for the amateur motorsports community and compassionate companies to unite, not merely as participants, but as catalysts for change. Here, every engine roar echoes a commitment to support our disabled veteran community and make a lasting impact. It's more than just a race; it's a symphony of purpose, where every turn on the track propels us closer to a future free from the shadows of veteran suicide. Join us as we transform the ordinary into the extraordinary, proving that even the smallest idea can fuel a revolution.
For our motorsports friends that don't drive on the track, we haven't forgotten about you!
We're developing additional awareness programs on the iRacing and Roadstr.io platforms and we have volunteer opportunities guaranteed to put a smile on your face while you support our veteran community.
Ready to learn more? Just click the "Get in Touch Button" below. You'll be glad you did.
At DVEN / Rally4Vets, we take pride in being problem solvers who are not afraid to take risks. We believe that with boldness, creativity, and heart, there is nothing we can’t accomplish. But above all, our strength lies in teamwork.
Each and every one of us has the capability to contribute, no matter our experience or background. With this strength behind us, just imagine what we can achieve together.
Beating veteran suicide is about connecting distressed veterans with available able sources. It takes connecting with people, listening to their stories, and helping to guide the way.
We support the American Legion's "Be The One" campaign: Just Be the One to:
Ask the veterans in your life how they are doing
Listen when a veteran needs to talk
Reach out when a veteran is struggling