Morgan 6 is committed to giving back to the communities and veterans who have served and continue to serve our country. We recognize the importance of giving back and strive to make a positive impact through various initiatives. One way we do this is by supporting local non-profit organizations that work towards bettering the lives of those in need. Additionally, Morgan 6 actively seeks out opportunities to support and assist veterans by participating in events and programs that aim to provide them with the resources and support they need. Through these efforts, we demonstrate our dedication to creating a better future for our communities and those who have served our country.
Warrior Wednesday is a program where our employees raise funds by displaying their M6 Warrior pride to stay connected and promote teamwork. Each month a charitable organization is selected by team members to support our local community; fight against hunger, maintain a non-profit urban farm that gives back to those most vulnerable, train service dogs for fellow Veterans and promote relationships between civilian mentors and Special Operations families.
These donations allow us to give back to our community while also supporting employee engagement in a remote work environment.
Provides support to Special Forces Soldiers and their families.
Helping to feed the larger North Charleston community through their non-profit urban garden that serves as an incredible resource to a community in need.
Aiding Warriors to reconnect to civilian life by interacting with and training dogs to be service animals to then serve a wounded Warrior.
Ensures children of fallen Special Operations Warriors are able to get a college education.
Works to make sure no one goes without food – serving 10 counties throughout South Carolina.
Assisting wounded veterans and service members (suffering from physical or mental conditions) to transition to civilian life.
Helping Special Forces Operators transition to civilian life through the game of golf.
Working to end homelessness in Charleston and beyond.