Bond of Honor
To love and honor your veteran or active service member by housing another is something powerful and beautiful! This “Honor Bond” demonstrates our patriotic bond as regular Americans to join the battle to house the heroes still on the streets.
Sgt. Arthur Mora, Jr.
Army Sgt. Arthur Mora Jr. was KIA on October 19, 2005 while defending Operation Iraqi Freedom. On the 10 year anniversary of his death his widow and children bought an honor bond in his memory to help his fellow homeless brothers in arms. “All gave some, some gave all.”
About Your Bond
These are stunning 8½-by-11 inches ready for framing certificates printed on glossy high-end paper, so perfect for displaying at your home or business, acknowledging your work to end veteran homelessness while paying respect and honor to your service member or veteran.
If you don’t have a specific veteran or service member, you can purchase a bond in your name to honor “All Who Have Served.”
Honor Bonds can be ordered below in any amount to honor any service member or veteran. Because of the high-end printing and shipping costs, we need to set a minimum amount of $25. As Veterans Matter is a program of the 501(c)3 non-profit 1Matters.org your donation for this “Honor Bond” is tax-deductible as permissible by law.
We take care of our own.
Order Yours Here to Honor Your Hero
NOTE: These bonds are not financial instruments and have no cash value, just powerful emotional value.
Veterans Matter was started by a formerly homeless man to house 35 local veterans. At the urging of music industry friends it has grown to house over 1,600 veterans in 14 states.