Each and every veteran has risked it all. . . sadly, some gave all and many others are still risking it all to serve our nation.

They are your mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, relatives, friends, and complete strangers – all who signed a piece of paper to, quite literally, put their lives on the line for us.

Some of these veterans experienced things no one should ever experience. . . some of these veterans damaged or lost parts of their mind, body or soul in pursuit of our freedom. . . some of these veterans are running away from pain or experience with drugs or alcohol … and some are running away so hard to escape from their demons that they flee to the streets to escape what is chasing them – and while running down those streets they often run into a dead end.

Feeling stuck, with literally nowhere to go, and not seeing any glimmer of hope, too many of these heroes –who are your relatives, friends or strangers — give up and become one of the 22. And others, the lucky ones, discover the glimmer of hope YOU help give them to return to housing and, more importantly, the real, ongoing help and support they need to face whatever is chasing them.

Each and every veteran has risked it all. . . sadly, some gave all and many others are still risking it all to serve our nation.

They are your mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, relatives, friends, and complete strangers – all who signed a piece of paper to, quite literally, put their lives on the line for us.

Some of these veterans experienced things no one should ever experience. . . some of these veterans damaged or lost parts of their mind, body or soul in pursuit of our freedom. . . some of these veterans are running away from pain or experience with drugs or alcohol … and some are running away so hard to escape from their demons that they flee to the streets to escape what is chasing them – and while running down those streets they often run into a dead end.

Feeling stuck, with literally nowhere to go, and not seeing any glimmer of hope, too many of these heroes –who are your relatives, friends or strangers — give up and become one of the 22. And others, the lucky ones, discover the glimmer of hope YOU help give them to return to housing and, more importantly, the real, ongoing help and support they need to face whatever is chasing them.

We are making 2021 the Year of Honor – A Gift of Hope

We created this Honor Campaign so you can be a Hero to the Heroes and honor your veteran, or all veterans, by helping their brother and sisters-in-arms find hope, when they urgently need you most!

When you give your Gift of Hope to Honor your Veteran by Housing Another, we will recognize the name of your honored veteran, their branch of service, and your name on our Honor Wall. Or you can give your Gift of Hope in the name of all veterans in all branches who are forgotten on the streets

Turn Your Gift of Hope into a Monthly Gift by becoming a Monthly Hero Advocate

You can also consider turning your one-time Gift of Hope into a Monthly Gift by becoming a Monthly Hero Advocate. Check out our Monthly Hero Advocate page to learn more about the perks and recognition of joining this amazing club of people who help house homeless heroes each month.

On behalf of the Veterans you have Honored & those you helped with your Gift of Hope, we say thank you!