About Us Together As One

The Home Team Project is a non-profit organization that began as a way for veterans, who have been impacted by mental health, to build camaraderie, networks, and to create friendships with others who understand the effect of mental health impact. Connecting with other veterans who understand these struggles, we encourage new bonds to be formed, allowing a healing process to. By offering these veterans an opportunity to attend local sports games, all expenses paid, we allow them to engage in a stress free environment, adding peace and joy to their lives. We encourage our veterans to keep in touch either with a Home Team Project member, or with one another, giving them someone they can call if ever they need anything.

No one needs to go through struggles alone, we are here for our veteran brothers and sisters any time they call upon us.

Our Logo The Anatomy of Our Logo

Working Process 1
The Basic Shape

The Basic Shape

The basic shape of our logo was designed for the viewer to see and relate with sports. We went with the traditional round shape because when seen, viewers typically associate it with baseball, the “American Pastime.” The banner in the middle of the ball shape, signifies a “homerun.” The Home Team Project considers it a home run when a veteran, who has been impacted with mental health issues, is able to overcome those struggles and turns around and helps others who are new to the journey.
Working Process 2
The Stripes

The Stripes

The stripes in our logo hold the same meaning as the stripes on the American flag. While the US flag has seven red stripes and 6 white stripes representing the 13 colonies, the Home Team Project represents the same, just with the colors reversed, six red stripes and seven white stripes, still in honor of the foundations of America and our original 13 colonies.
Working Process 3
The Colors

The Colors

The colors of the Home Team Project were chosen in honor of the meaning of the United States colors. The color red represents hardiness and valor. The color white represents purity and innocence. The color blue symbolizes vigilance, perseverance and justice.
Working Process 4
The Stars

The Stars

It is well known that there are 22 veterans that commit suicide every day. While this number is just an average, it has become commonplace and many organizations are based on this. We know the number differs daily, but that is not the point. Our stars represent the veterans who took their own lives. While our stars honor those vets, we do our best to get that number to zero.

Working Process 5
The Name

The Name

The Home Team Project name is representation of our devotion to our servicemembers. Our troops are our home team that we cheer for and want to win, America’s enemies are our opposition. We are in full support of our troops and we never want to see them on the sidelines due to injuries. When our team comes home, we want them strong and ready to fight a new battle to improve our communities. At all times, the Home Team Project wants America’s team to be healthy and ready to fight for us.