About Us

Community Giving

DSS is passionate about developing technology that makes healthcare delivery stronger, better and faster for all, and especially for veterans and service members. We are also deeply committed to actively supporting community-based organizations dedicated to providing the resources and services that make a positive impact on the lives and well-being of military personnel and their families.

DSS is proud to partner with the following nonprofit organizations:

Renewal Coalition

The Renewal Coalition provides wounded service members and their families a week-long stay at a waterfront retreat for no cost. These retreats help military families reconnect in a relaxing environment outside of a hospital.

Disabled American Veterans (DAV)

Disabled American Veterans (DAV) was established to help veterans lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity. DAV ensures veterans and their families can access the full range of benefits available to them, acts as a political advocate of disabled veterans and educates the public about the needs of veterans transitioning back to civilian life.

Wounded Warriors of South Florida

Wounded Warriors of South Florida provides temporary and immediate financial assistance to service-connected Purple Heart recipients and service-connected disabled veterans. The organization provides emergency rent, food and utility assistance, as well as home and vehicle repairs.

Wounded Warrior Project

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) provides assistance to veterans and service members, as well as to their families, who suffered a physical or mental injury, illness or wound related to their military service on or after September 11, 2001. The Project offers a series of programs designed to help participants thrive physically, mentally, economically and socially.

Southeast Florida Honor Flight

Southeast Florida Honor Flight was established to honor America’s veterans for their sacrifices. Honor Flight heroes are flown at no cost to Washington, DC so they can visit war memorial sites. Travel priority is given to senior veterans, which includes WWII survivors, as well as veterans that may be terminally ill. The program operates 69 hubs in 30 states.