On 9/11/2014 Thumos Project, AmeriCorps VetCorps Program and Brigade Boys and Girls Club initiated a community partnership where combat veterans who have completed their degree program concentrations at Cape Fear Community College and University of North Carolina at Wilmington could volunteer their time and share their knowledge with 12-17 year olds also volunteering to learn small project construction, small business development, horticulture and culinary arts. The veterans continue to lead and serve, the children learn through the veterans example and instructions. The community grows, the veterans transition and tomorrows leaders begin development. This program is ready for further expansion in order to become a regional center of veteran support. Thumos Project has built one functional farm previously that is now owned by another veteran. Thumos Project is now a member of nationally renowned agriculture organizations, it advocates sustainable technologies such as clean water solutions and renewable energy systems and would enjoy seeing more veterans involved in manufacturing and distributing these critical technologies. We perform two veteran themed events annually (54 miler and 100 miler...) in support of homeless veterans, music/sound therapy, Camp Corral camps for children of Fallen Warriors and musical instrument donations to USMC Wounded Warrior Battalion East. Thumos Project was founded by Mark Mosher, Master Sergeant/USMC (Ret.) and is currently led by CEO Jose Herrera, Corporal/USMC.