Tag: Heroes We Helped

William D – Anchorage

        March 2018: Hometown Hero Project and the fine folks of Anchorage prove that it “Takes a Village”                 U.S. Air Force Veteran William Davis served his country honorably, but recently found himself struggling in his transition 

Edward T – Florida

        September 2017 – Hometown Hero Project takes well placed shot across the bow in support of our Veteran heroes!                 On September 23, 2017 Cathy Cayton asked for our help. Her longtime friend, Kathy 

Paul B – Arizona

 

 

November 8, 2017 – Leading the charge for National Homelessness Week, Hometown Hero Project proves “We Have Not Forgotten”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“On the night of November 7, 2017 an honorably discharged Vietnam Era Veteran, Paul B., called the streets of Glendale, Arizona his home. Paul is over 60 years old and disabled. A concerned business owner, Ron Jacobs, notified 833-Hero-Help early the next morning. Within minutes, direct contact was made with Paul. His situation was verified, and within hours of notifying  Phoenix VA Community Resource & Referral Center liaison, Cynthia Montoya, Paul was given warm and friendly living accommodations.”

VFW Post 4287 – Orlando

    In association with Vans For Veterans, the Hometown Hero Project donated a mobility van to VFW Post 4287 in Florida to ease the transportation needs of Orlando area Veterans and support their heroic sacrifices.          

Rainbow VFW Post 2681 – Marietta

  In Marietta, Georgia, the Hometown Hero Project and Vans For Veterans donated a much needed mobility van for the deserving Veterans at the Rainbow VFW Post 2681.        

Kermit Chambers VFW Post 7402 – Georgia

 

 

The brave men and women of  Kermit Chambers VFW Post 7402 received a mobility van as a thank you from the Hometown Hero Project and the Vans For Veterans initiative for their selfless sacrifice and enduring honor.

 

 

 

 

 

Walt Lynn – Arizona

    March 2018 – Celebrations breakout after news spreads that Hometown Hero Project facilitated a FREE heating and air conditioning system for U.S. Navy Veteran Walt Lynn.               Living up to the founder’s mission to never leave a brother 

Pat Tillman American Legion Post 117 – Phoenix

    The Hometown Hero Project, in association with the Vans For Veterans program proudly donated a mobility van to the dedicated men and women of the Pat Tillman American Legion Post 117 in Phoenix, AZ.             Heroes We Helped

Bill Irvine – Arizona

 

 

 

February 2018 – Veteran Bill Irvine exclaimed, “It Doesn’t Get Any Cooler Than This!” after we facilitated a FREE heating and air conditioning system for his home.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Through our Extended Reach Program, Hometown Hero Project put boots to the ground and facilitated a new heating and air conditioning system for U.S. Army Veteran Bill Irvine of Clarkdale, Arizona compliments of Goettl’s High Desert Mechanical, Inc. and Lennox Industries.

In behalf of the honorable service of all Veterans, Bill Irvine humbly accepted this generous gift!

 

Heroes We Helped