Homes for Our Troops Campaign
America has been at war since 2001. During that time:
Some have paid a terrible price, suffering injuries so severe that they must rely on others for care, losing much of their independence. These severely injured veterans have a desperate need for specially adapted homes that will help restore the independence they have lost.
Homes for Our Troops has launched the 100 More ... Homes for Our Troops campaign. In the last seven years, Homes for Our Troops has worked to fulfill it's promise to help restore freedom and independence to over 100 wounded and injured military families through the gift of a specially adapted home.
We are now looking toward the future; to 100 more and beyond. As the number of eligible applicants continues to grow, we estimate that there are between 1,000 to 1,500 OIF/OEF veterans among us that have injuries so severe that they are in need of an adapted home. With America's support, Homes for Our Troops can "give back" freedom and independence to them through a gift of a specially adapted home.
Our committees are forming and we are proud to announce:
National Campaign Chairman
Honorary Congressional Committee
The campaign was formally launched at the Grand Ole Opry on November 13, 2010 the day that Staff Sergeant Heath Calhoun of Clarksville, Tennessee received his new home. Heath was honored on stage that evening as the Grand Ole Opry announced the campaign.
- Support the mission financially as a National Sponsor
Professional Construction Trades:
- Volunteer your expertise to help build a home for an injured veteran.
Individuals:- Hold a "Virtual Fundraiser"
- Make a donation
- Register to become a Key Volunteer at a project near you!