LifePod Corps

Sustainable Solutions Built By Veterans


LifePod Corps proudly presents a rapid deploy-able Covid-19 testing facility we call the TriagePod.

  • 2 week lead time
  • facilitates up to 5250 tests per week
  • can be placed anywhere within a City for accessibility
  • designed for health professionals and patients to have as little contact with the equipment and each other
  • automated touch less hand washing stations
  • built by US Veterans, made in Texas

PPE Available per Demand

Surgical face mask, N95 w/ Face Shield, Medical Protective Hood, Medical Goggles, Medical Protective Coverall, Medical Isolation Gowns, Swab Specimen Collection Kit, KN95s, N95s.

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Contact – info@lifepodcorps.org

Our Mission

Providing immediate disaster relief using innovative technologies, built and delivered by US veterans. LifePod Corps is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) non profit organization.

Disaster Relief Projects

Check out our current disaster relief efforts below! This is where we make the magic happen. Join the Corps by donating towards a project you feel passionate about. You will be added to that specific project, receive video updates for that LifePod, the veterans who built it, and the people who benefited from it. Join the Corps and let’s impact our world, together!

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Bahamas Abaco Islands Response

We need your help to send our Quick Response Team and LifePods to the Abaco Islands. We are raising $500,000 dollars to provide water, electricity, and emergency housing for locals and volunteers during the rebuild. Help us get there and change some lives!
fundraiser campaign-- Click to find out more.

Newark, NJ

LifePod Corps is continuing to send WaterPods to Newark, NJ. Your donation helps 400 people per day bring clean water home to their families for drinking and cooking. They are facing dangerous levels of lead poisoning in their municipal drinking water similar to Flint, MI. Help us change some lives!

About Lifepod Corps

Disaster Relief

LifePod Corps uses renewable technologies to solve disaster relief problems. We create off grid water, electricity, reusable/mobile housing, and facilitate all logistics from point A to B.


LifePod Corps creates opportunity for our heroes through a fresh sense of purpose, community, and camaraderie by providing jobs for veterans focusing on vocational trades to launch their post-military career.

Transition Program

LifePod Corps has partnered with Austin Career Institute to assist veterans coming out of the military to have a seamless integration back into the civilian workforce.

Help us change some lives!

Disaster Relief

Our LifePods and Quick Response Teams will be the first boots on the ground providing assistance to disaster stricken areas. Our LifePod capabilities include: WaterPod-produces 240-1200 gallons a day of clean potable water from the air. PowerPod-25kwh system, powers both our WaterPod and LERD, or could generate power for other purposes through biomass. LERD (LifePod Emergency Residential Deployment)-This is our residential unit built out of a shipping container. Our standard outfit holds 6 people and has a full kitchenette and bathroom. Option to be customized. Logistics-We facilitate all logistics from point A to B. Once LifePods are delivered, our Quick Response Team will setup equipment and perform maintenance for the duration of our stay.

Hire Veterans

Our innovative LifePods will be built by trained veterans. We not only provide work for separated service members, but we provide a structured community for them to flourish. Our teams are committed to make a difference in the world. Veterans going though our training program at ACI will have a part time paid position with LifePod Corps. Upon course completion, they'll have the opportuity to go full time with us, or take their new trades and on the job experience wherever they want. LifePod Corps is the opportunity to launch a post-military career. Our program is 2 years long and includes trades in Hvac-R, welding, electrician, solar, first aid, fully supported by the Post 9/11 GI Bill, and federally accredited.

Donate With Peace Of Mind

We understand that donating to an organization can be frustrating when you don’t see where your money goes. That’s why we video document each LifePod’s journey, from construction to delivery. We want you to be a part of our mission from start to finish. You will be able to directly see the veterans you put to work on that project, and the people who benefited from it in the disaster area. LifePod Corps is a tax exempt 501(c)(3) non profit organization.

Veteran Transition Program

This program is designed to assist recently separated veterans transitioning out of the military to have a seamless experience with signing up for school, completing a trade program, and gaining on the job experience building LifePods before graduating. Students will be compensated for building LifePods for disaster areas, and will have an opportunity to go full time with us upon course completion. We also offer job placement services upon graduation. This program is open to all veterans.

Our training program is held at Austin Career Institute. We also work with the USO Pathfinder program on Ft. Hood, Ft. Sill, and Camp Mabry to ensure our veterans have started planning their transition in advance. This is approved for Post 9/11 GI bill usage, federally accredited, and students will receive basic allowance for housing. 

1. Download and complete the application above. When finished, submit to info@lifepodcorps.org.

2. Attach your DD214

3. Please allow 3 business days for us to review your application and respond with an answer.

Contribute Today

As a 501(c)(3)non-profit, Lifepod Corps appreciates the contributions donated to our organization by others around the nation who share the same drive to help veterans get back to a sense of normal in the civilian world. Follow the button below to help Lifepod Corps achieve our goals and continue to work with our beloved heroes! Your donation will be directly used to fund LifePod projects in disaster areas, and to employ the veterans who build them.