About Us

The Barbara Giordano Foundation, Inc.’s vision is to create a holistic wellness model which can be replicated throughout the United States and result in the emotional, economic and physical empowerment of women who served.

What We Do

The Foundation has partnered with a series of businesses, service providers and individuals to guarantee that you are receiving the services that best fit your needs. The Foundation has thoroughly screened all of the companies that we work with to best ensure your needs are being met.

  • Wellness Services
  • Equine Therapy to help combat PTSD, sexual trauma & transitioning to civilian life
  • Business Consulting
  • Employment Coaching
  • Resume Writing
  • Financial Counseling & Budgetary Coaching
  • Academic Counseling
  • Nutritional Counseling & Fitness Training
  • Music Therapy
  • Dance Therapy
  • Art Therapy
  • Writing Therapy
  • Meditation Techniques
  • Yoga

Who We Are

The Barbara Giordano Foundation is overseen by a very active Board of Directors. In addition to our Board of Directors, we have military advisers from all branches of service.

Did You Know ?

  • Women make up 15% of active forces.
  • 18% of them are military officers
  • The top 5 states with the largest number of military recruits are: California, Texas, Florida, Georgia and New York
  • About 9% of the veterans’ homeless population are women
  • Deborah Samson Gannette of Plymouth, MA was one of the first American soldiers. In 1782, she enlisted under the name of her deceased brother, Robert. For 17 months she served in the Continental Army during the American Revolution. She was wounded twice.
  • World War I – 13,000 women served
  • World War II – 350,000 women served — 200 nursers died
  • Korean War – 120,000 women served — 16 women died
  • Vietnam – 265,000 women served — 8 women’s names are on the memorial in Washington, D.C.
  • 345,000 women have deployed since 9/11