Resources >  Blogs  >  We Want to See Other People
We Want to See Other People

Dear Reader,

Don’t worry, Service Together isn’t breaking up with you.

Let us explain. If you’re reading this blog, you probably already know about Service Together. Perhaps you attended one of our veteran-civilian dialogues; maybe you joined us for a service project at Ronald McDonald House; or maybe you heard about our military cultural competency workshops and you wanted to learn more. Regardless of your reasons, thank you for being a loyal supporter of Service Together over the years!

The thing is, Service Together wants to start seeing other people. Please don’t take this personally, it’s just that we feel we have so much to share with the rest of the world. We know there are plenty of likeminded people out there who believe that service is the key to growing our communities. We also know that there are lots of people who want to join in conversation across the military-civilian divide, and we want to help them do that! Listen, it’s not you, it’s us. We just want some space to grow and meet new friends!

All kidding aside, we are happy you love Service Together and we are very excited to announce some upcoming changes, starting with the look of our webpage. The newly designed Service Together section of the Intersections website will now include information on all of our programmatic offerings, from forums to military cultural competency workshops. Our community section will also list all of our amazing partners. Most importantly, we’ll be featuring weekly blogs from service members, veterans, family members, and civilians. You can look forward to hearing about all of these exciting changes in our monthly newsletter. That’s right, in an effort to stay closer with you we’ll be sending out monthly update emails. So don’t worry too much; even though we’re looking forward to meeting new people, you will always be our most important supporter! 

With love,

Service Together