Doug and Autumn Harris

Categories: Blog, Home, Uncategorized

One thing that sets HFOT apart from other organizations is that we build where our Veterans want to live. Typically, they consider factors such as proximity to VA care, family support, and access to good schools for their children. Recent Home Recipients Autumn and Doug Harris, have found another benefit in their community of Romney, …

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A Helpful Tip

Categories: Blog, Non-Profit

Cody Almeida was only 11 years old when he became an advocate and supporter for our nation’s most severely injured Veterans. After watching the movie Saving Private Ryan with his father Gabriel, Cody became interested in the hardships Veterans face. A few days later, driving through the center of their hometown in Taunton, Mass., Cody …

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Kicking It Forward

Categories: Blog, Fundraising

Throughout the year, many HFOT home recipients take part in various activities and events to raise funds and spread awareness about our important mission. Some Veterans help “pay it forward” by attending corporate engagements and speaking about their experiences, while others fundraise for the cause by hosting golf tournaments or signing up to run with …

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It Starts with a Conversation

Categories: Blog, Non-Profit

Earl Granville is a conversation starter. Some days it is the kilt and gas mask combination he fashions through city streets that gets people talking. Other days it might be the thick chains and cinder block (aptly named “Cindy”) he carries while crawling on a prosthetic leg through muddy endurance challenges that gets him noticed. …

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