HFOT receives 4-star charity rating for sixth straight year

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  For the sixth year in a row, Homes For Our Troops has received the highest possible rating of 4 stars from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity evaluator. This places HFOT in the top five percent of charities rated by the organization. As a valued supporter, you can have trust and confidence that we …

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This is why we love our donors

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  As Valentine’s Day is a time to express affection to one another, we want to share our heartfelt gratitude to our valued donors. So, how much do we love you? Let us count the ways… You provide freedom: Once they receive the keys to their specially adapted home, HFOT home recipients regain the independence …

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Ways to show your love to Veterans this Valentine’s Day

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  Love is in the air! Although Valentine’s Day is billed as a holiday to celebrate with a special someone, it’s also a good time to show appreciation for others. So, this Feb. 14 when you’re showering your sweetheart with gifts, don’t forget to give some adoration to those who have protected and served our …

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Homes For Our Troops Appoints New President 

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Homes For Our Troops (HFOT) Board of Directors has announced the appointment of a new President and CEO. Effective January 25, 2017, Brigadier General USA (Ret) Tom Landwermeyer replaced Major General USA (Ret) Timothy McHale as President. McHale vacated his position of four years at HFOT to assume a leadership role at another nonprofit that …

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Here’s why the Pats and Falcons are HFOT winners

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  The New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons may be contenders during the big game in Houston on Sunday, Feb. 5, but both teams are champions for Homes For Our Troops. This past fall, several New England Patriots helped out at SGT Christopher Gomes’ specially adapted home in Freetown, Mass. Corner-back Malcolm Butler; linebackers Barkevious …

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