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Looking to help our mission but don’t know how? Here are all the ways you can help HFOT Build Homes… and Rebuild Lives.

Ways to Support HFOT

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Cost

No financial Cost to Veteran

237

Homes

Built for severely injured Veterans Nationwide

90

Projects

Underway Nationwide

90

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Nearly 90 cents of every $1 spent on Veterans since 2004

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Events

Jul
29
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SGT James “JP” McGuire, Jr.’s Volunteer Day @ Mechanicsville, VA
Jul 29 @ 9:30 am

For more information visit www.hfotusa.org/mcguire.

Please remember to RSVP.

Jul
30
Sun
IN, KY, WI Texas Roadhouse Bike Runs
Jul 30 @ 8:00 am
Aug
5
Sat
SGT Cristian Valle’s Community Kickoff @ Temecula, CA
Aug 5 @ 9:30 am

For more information visit www.hfotusa.org/valle. Please RSVP.

Fassett Family Hog Roast @ Home of Jim & Peggy Fassett
Aug 5 @ 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Aug
6
Sun
SC Texas Roadhouse Bike Run @ Texas Roadhouse
Aug 6 @ 9:30 am

HFOT Veteran continues to serve through international mission trips

7 July 2017

During his two deployments to Afghanistan, Marine Corporal Luke McDermott thrived off the ability to help others. He loved witnessing the positive impact he and his fellow Marines were making in a country dealing with oppression and violence. “Knowing I was making a difference keeping people safe back home in the United States was huge …

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PTSD Awareness Day: Where to go for help

27 June 2017

It is not uncommon for Servicemembers to experience post-traumatic stress after serving. According to the PTSD Foundation of America, there are as many as 400,000 Servicemembers battling PTSD. The foundation also states that of those returning home with PTSD symptoms, less than 40 percent will seek treatment. In light of PTSD Awareness Day on June …

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How donors benefit HFOT fathers

15 June 2017

Serving in the military is one of the bravest decisions a father can make. He is willing to risk his own safety to protect his own children. So, you can imagine the extreme frustration these men experience when they return home with injuries so severe daily tasks become a challenge in traditional housing, limiting the …

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