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.
As the country attempts to slow the spread of the coronavirus by cancelling large events, closing public facilities and local businesses; we know you, our local healthcare providers, first responders and teachers are on the frontline serving the rest of us. While you may require face masks and testing kits, you probably also require some extra resources so that you actually know what’s happening concerning the pandemic going on around you. With all of the information circulating, we wanted to create a shortlist of helpful coronavirus resources from trusted sources specifically for you. If you are someone who requires frequent medication, you are able to order it using an online pharmacy so you do not have to leave your home during this time. You can check it out over at websites like blinkhealth.com, so you are not without your much-needed medications.
The Homes for Heroes Foundation, in conjunction with Homes for Heroes local affiliate real estate and mortgage specialists, awarded $25,000 to three first responder charitable organizations who provide disaster relief funds to help first responders in need. The NVFC Volunteer Firefighter Support Fund received a $7,500 grant to assist volunteer firefighters and EMS providers. The Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association Charitable Foundation received a $5,000 grant to support firefighters in need in the Houston area. And, the FOP Disaster Relief Fund received a $12,500 grant to support their member police officers in need. These grants are part of the Homes for Heroes first responder disaster relief fund initiatives.
To honor the services of the Hickory, NC Police Department, Homes for Heroes with the help of mortgage specialist, Jamie Harrington, donated $1,000 to support the efforts of the Hickory Police Athletic Club (HPAC).
Leading up to National Police Week the Homes for Heroes Foundation in conjunction with Colorado Springs Homes for Heroes real estate and mortgage specialists, held an event in support of the Colorado Springs area police departments and local K9 units. The Homes for Heroes Foundation donated a $5,000 grant to the Colorado Springs Police Protective Association (CSPPA) Fallen Officer Relief Fund (FoRF), and the grant was used to support injured Colorado Springs officer, Cem Duzel.
As an officer of the law, you didn’t choose your career because of the paycheck. You decided to join law enforcement because you wanted to help people, despite the paycheck. The communities that you serve want to honor your service and the best way they know how is to give you law enforcement discounts, deals and rewards nationwide. Offering discounts are the easiest way for businesses and companies to show you their thanks.
National Police Week is a time in which we reflect on the work and service of police officers across the nation. We also remember the lives lost in the line of duty in an effort to protect our cities and communities. Read More “National Police Week: A Salute to Officers”