The Reason to Give to injured Veterans this holiday season

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  This holiday season will be extra special for Army Private First Class Vicente Ramirez; it will be the first one he celebrates in his new specially adapted custom home. In the years since his injury, Vicente would rush through family events because he had to wear his prosthetic for long periods of time, causing …

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10 Ways to Give to severely injured Veterans this holiday season

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10 Ways To Give this Holiday Season
  As we approach the end of the year, we hope you will join us in the holiday giving spirit. There are many ways you can support our nation’s most severely injured post-9/11 Veterans this month. Every gift helps provide these brave men and women with specially adapted custom homes that enable them to rest and …

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How to make a donation in honor of a loved one this holiday season

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  Are you looking for the perfect gift for someone who shares your passion of supporting those who have served and sacrificed? Making a donation in someone’s honor is a unique and special way of spreading the holiday giving spirit and showing your commitment to a worthy cause. Whether it be for a family member, …

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DONOR TIPS: The importance of charity ratings

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The importance of charity ratings
  The end of the year is the busiest time for charitable giving.  There are more than 1.5 million nonprofits registered in the United States vying for donor dollars during the holiday season, according to the National Center for Charitable Statistics. There are some important questions to consider when choosing a charity to donate to: …

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HFOT reflects on Pearl Harbor 78th Anniversary

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  Today we remember the 2,400 American lives lost when Japanese fighter planes attacked the U.S. Naval Base at Pearl Harbor 78 years ago on Dec. 7, 1941. The attack signified the United States’ entrance into World War II, resulting in 16 million Americans leaving their families and serving their country overseas. More than 400,000 …

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