Building a Tradition of Service
What We Do:
We bring veterans alongside local volunteers to serve our communities, making it a better place for everyone. We do this by feeding the underpriviledged, providing tutors for struggling students, giving college scholarships, teaching financial literacy courses and much more.
Serving our communities after serving our country.
Building a tradition of service.
We are determined to utilize the mantra of no man left behind in our local communities. Kinship, Selflessness, and Inspiration embody the values of our leaders and volunteers. Hand in hand, we protect and serve those at home and continue to uphold the oath we swore before serving this nation.
The Founders of Service After Service are both veterans, entrepreneurs, and authors. Nnangasuobo Richards and Loni Lymus have a combined 14+ years of military leadership experience and another combined 24+ years of corporate leadership experience. They created Service After Service in order to allow service members the honor to serve again.
Nnangasuobo Richards is a highly decorated Air Force Veteran and Rutgers University Graduate. Nnangasuobo selflessly served in South Carolina, Texas, and Saudi Arabia. Nnangasuobo was honorably discharged in 2008.
Loni Lymus is a highly decorated Naval Officer Veteran and the United States Naval Academy Graduate. Loni selflessly served in Virginia, Hawaii, Djibouti, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut to include time at the Pentagon and Seal Team EIGHTEEN. Loni was honorably discharged in 2017.
* Service After Service is a 509(a)(2) publicly supported scientific, educational and charitable corporation, primarily engaged in interdisciplinary applied research to gain knowledge or understanding to determine the means by which a specific, recognized need may be met.
Service After Service brings together a diverse group of individuals who have served along with the support of those who have not served. Together they perform work for civic, charitable, or humanitarian purposes. Service After Service is a corporation qualified under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code as a tax-exempt organization.
Volunteers reveal the amount of support Service After Service, Inc. has within a community inside the United States of America. They provide work for short periods of time and provide leadership on a wide range of nonexempt projects. Being prior service members, our volunteers understand the motivation of the Leadership as articulated in Title 10 U.S.C. §8583 and also believe Service After Service, Inc. is capable of harnessing and unleashing unique skills toward accomplishing its mission, reinforced by our motto "Building a tradition of service."