At Evergreen Design Group, we are proud to donate a portion of our annual top line revenue to various non-profit partners.

Evergreen Design Group takes social responsibility very seriously and has provided much needed resources to organizations that have a valuable impact on millions of lives every year in this country. Here are two organizations that are at the forefront in two of these extremely critical areas, and we are proud to lend our resources to assist them, in this effort.



Semper Fi Fund / America’s Fund

The Semper Fi Fund & America’s Fund are dedicated to providing immediate financial assistance and lifetime support to combat wounded, critically ill and catastrophically injured members of all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families. We deliver resources that are desperately needed during the recovery and transition back to their communities, working to ensure no one is left behind.

Code of Vets

We are bringing awareness and seeking practical solutions to the daily struggles and issue of our veteran community. Our mission is to take care of our own. One veteran at a time. We are coalescing our base to be a powerful voice speaking for the rights for veterans with dignity and respect.

Code of Vets was founded by Air Force Veteran, Gretchen Smith. It is a 501c3 and exclusively uses social media to raise awareness for veterans in distress. With more than 340K followers just on Twitter (they have a following on Facebook as well), last year alone, Code of Vets raised over $2.5M to help hundreds veterans with suicide prevention, housing, food, clothing, medical and transportation just to name a few — with only 2% operating costs — nearly every penny that came in went right back out to veterans. Veterans receive near immediate care/assistance upon request because of their unique platform. Code of Vets has caught the attention of celebrities and public figures alike including Sean Hannity, Bill O’Reilly, Sidney Powell, Larry The Cable Guy, Oak Ridge Boys, Scott Baio, Herschell Walker and the late Charlie Daniels. The inspiration for Code of Vets came from Sgt. Danny E. Smiley, Gretchen’s dad and Airborne Angel. He was a Bronze Star Medal recipient, a 100 percent disabled Vietnam Veteran – exposed to agent orange. He lost his battle with PTSD at age 57.

Anti-Human Trafficking

Veterans 4 Child Rescue, Inc.

V4CR is dedicated to raising awareness about a horrendous epidemic of child sex trafficking right here in the United States, exposing this fastest growing criminal enterprise that tragically impacts the lives of our children across the country, and putting predators behind bars.

The mission of V4CR is three-fold:

  • Nationwide alert: Provide nationwide attention to the prevalence of child sex trafficking that is rampant in all 50 states. We do this through traditional media, social media, and our Nationwide Volunteer program.
  • Arrest child predators: An investigative team uses their military and law enforcement experience to run operations in conjunction with local police and district attorneys to arrest predators that prey on children and see the cases through to conviction.
  • Protect our children: The V4CR Nationwide Volunteer program provides educational outreach programs to arm citizens with the necessary tools to protect their children and maintain safe communities.