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About

About

The eight men of Beyond the Teams are effective in their new nonprofit missions for the same reason they were effective in their former military missions: they have pooled their strength and resources to selflessly serve in ways focused on helping others rather than drawing attention to themselves.

The eight men of Beyond the Teams are effective in their new nonprofit missions for the same reason they were effective in their former military missions: they have pooled their strength and resources to selflessly serve in ways focused on helping others rather than drawing attention to themselves.

These real-life heroes, some of them now grandfathers, have more than 170 combined years of military service in scores of countries. They signed a pact with America when they completed their BUD/S training to become SEALs and view their work today, though they’re a few years older and a few steps slower, as an extension of that pact made decades ago: to assist the unsung heroes facing physical disabilities and cultural disadvantages raise money for the projects and causes that will lift their quality of life.

Beyond the Teams takes on new missions the same way they took on their old ones: they deploy to where their orders take them. To have your cause considered as their next campaign, submit your “orders”.

These real-life heroes, some of them now grandfathers, have more than 170 combined years of military service in scores of countries. They signed a pact with America when they completed their BUD/S training to become SEALs and view their work today, though they’re a few years older and a few steps slower, as an extension of that pact made decades ago: to assist the unsung heroes facing physical disabilities and cultural disadvantages raise money for the projects and causes that will lift their quality of life.

Beyond the Teams takes on new missions the same way they took on their old ones: they deploy to where their orders take them. To have your cause considered as their next campaign, submit your “orders”.

About VIP
NeuroRehabilitation Center

VIP is a nonprofit center that provides physical therapy, educates patients and families regarding neurological conditions and supplies resources about nutrition, stress reduction and the benefits of exercise.

VIP is one of Southern California’s leaders in neurorehabilitation therapy, challenging patients 4 years old and up physically in a supportive and caring environment. Its mission is to bring top quality outpatient neuro-rehabilitation care to disabled military, veterans, children and to all who are in need, focusing on those who have difficulty moving due to stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS), brain injury, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, and multiple traumas.

Beyond the Teams has a personal connection to the center and its life-changing work, as well. The son of group founder Mike Charbonnet was treated at VIP after being paralyzed in a skydiving accident. He not only experienced physical improvement through the treatment he received, but he also credits the center with feeding his spirits and returning hope and joy to his life. He was so impressed by VIP, and it with him, that he now serves as its director.

The resources donated during to the Beyond the Teams bike ride in support of VIP will provide specialized equipment and patient scholarships to mitigate the high cost of specialized neurological treatments and rehabilitation.

About VIP
NeuroRehabilitation Center

VIP is a nonprofit center that provides physical therapy, educates patients and families regarding neurological conditions and supplies resources about nutrition, stress reduction and the benefits of exercise.

VIP is one of Southern California’s leaders in neurorehabilitation therapy, challenging patients 4 years old and up physically in a supportive and caring environment. Its mission is to bring top quality outpatient neuro-rehabilitation care to disabled military, veterans, children and to all who are in need, focusing on those who have difficulty moving due to stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS), brain injury, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, and multiple traumas.

Beyond the Teams has a personal connection to the center and its life-changing work, as well. The son of group founder Mike Charbonnet was treated at VIP after being paralyzed in a skydiving accident. He not only experienced physical improvement through the treatment he received, but he also credits the center with feeding his spirits and returning hope and joy to his life. He was so impressed by VIP, and it with him, that he now serves as its director.

The resources donated during to the Beyond the Teams bike ride in support of VIP will provide specialized equipment and patient scholarships to mitigate the high cost of specialized neurological treatments and rehabilitation.

Mission Support

MISSION FUNDS

You don’t have to endure the exhausting physical and
emotional workouts of BUD/S training to take part in a
Beyond the Teams mission: Your donation in any amount
will help us help those who need it most.

MISSION UPDATES

Find out about upcoming events and follow the guys on
their upcoming bike ride.

Mission Support

MISSION FUNDS

You don’t have to endure the exhausting physical and emotional workouts of BUD/S training to take part in a Beyond the Teams mission: Your donation in any amount will help us help those who need it most.

MISSION UPDATES

Find out about upcoming events and follow the guys on their upcoming bike ride.

BEYOND THE TEAMS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH
VIP NEUROREHABILITATION CENTER
501 (C)(3) | EIN: 45-3623205

BEYOND THE TEAMS IN PARTNERSHIP WITH VIP NEUROREHABILITATION CENTER
501 (C)(3) | EIN: 45-3623205