The Homes for Heroes Foundation has continued their Circle of Giving for the month of May with a $10,000 donation to the non-profit Operation Homefront. Operation Home Front’s mission is to build strong, stable, and secure military families so they can thrive in their communities. Read More “Homes for Heroes Foundation Donation to Operation Homefront Totals $10,000”
Minneapolis, Minnesota is home to a Level 1 trauma burn center at Hennepin Healthcare. Soon, it will be the home to the nation’s first dedicated first responder and pediatric burn healing center as well. Read More “Homes for Heroes Foundation Supports Firefighters and First Responders Healing Center”
When you chose to take on a challenging career in healthcare, one of the things that probably didn’t factor into your decision was the praise you would get. You just wanted to be there for people, help make people healthy, and have them live their best lives. But there are several people who think that healthcare workers deserve a giant thank you. For all that healthcare workers have done for their communities, especially recently, we want to give thanks for you! Read More “Thank You Healthcare Workers | A Thank You Message for Healthcare Professionals”
Communities across America are full of heroes. Healthcare workers, teachers, first responders, and veterans devote their lives and careers to serving others. Lets take a look back at the February stories from the hero community.
The year 2020 had more twists and turns for our heroes than we could have thought possible at the beginning of the year. From wildfires nationwide and internationally, a global pandemic, virtual teaching, and civil unrest, our heroes continued to serve their communities without a second thought. Homes for Heroes is proud to support these heroes and be able to give back to them and their families. Let’s see how we were able to impact our heroes and our communities in 2020. Read More “Homes for Heroes Circle of Giving Year End”
This year has been hard on everyone. But when things get tough, the bravery and indomitable spirit of our heroes shine through even brighter. As we end the year, we look back at the accomplishments of our heroes in 2020.
The Homes for Heroes Foundation donated $5,000 to the Veterans Airlift Command (VAC) to help finance 18 flights for service members like Sergeant Major, Ben (active duty Army Special Forces). In SGM Ben’s case, the flight allowed him to take a break from his inpatient rehabilitation in Virginia to visit his family in Florida for a few days.
In response to the devastating Northern California Camp Fire, the Homes for Heroes Foundation awarded a $25,000 grant to the International Association of Fire Fighters, or IAFF Disaster Relief Fund. All funds will be used to assist CalFire firefighters who were eligible through the IAFF Disaster Relief Fund.
Homes for Heroes affiliate real estate specialists, Kendra DiGrazia and Tiffany Isabell of Chico, California, presented the grant check to the CalFire station in Paradise, CA. Along with Janet Sauneir, Homes for Heroes affiliate real estate specialist all the way from Jacksonville, Florida, mailed hand-written thank you letters from students in her community to the CalFire firefighters.
All year long, Homes for Heroes provides extraordinary savings to heroes who serve our nation and its communities. But during the holidays, we take it a step further. Every year, for 12 days leading up to Christmas, Homes for Heroes and our local affiliate real estate and mortgage specialists present 12 deserving hero families with a special $500 Christmas gift for the Homes for Heroes Twelve Days of Christmas Miracles.
Day twelve of the Homes for Heroes Twelve Days of Christmas Miracles delivers a gift in the Salt Lake City, UT area to the Taylor family. Homes for Heroes real estate specialists, Frank Coley and Barbara Dill, nominated the Taylor family to receive a $500 Christmas gift from Homes for Heroes and collaborated with other community businesses to provide additional gifts and support for the Taylor family this Christmas.