HOUSTON, Texas – As we mark the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 this year, Helping a Hero has launched the Nominate a Hero program nationwide. Through this program, the public can nominate deserving veterans injured in the post-9/11 Global War on Terror to enter the selection process for specially adapted homes.
Criteria for Veterans to be Eligible:
- 100% Permanently Disabled
(Preference given to warriors eligible for the Specially Adapted Housing Grant)
- Injured IN COMBAT during post-9/11 Global War on Terror
Click the PDF below or access the Online Nominations Form.
Wounded Hero Home Program
Helping a Hero provides homes to severely wounded heroes to equip them to transition successfully and succeed in life. Through the Wounded Hero Home program, Helping a Hero builds specially adapted homes that allow our wounded warriors to be as independent as possible and place these homes in planned communities or in areas where they have ongoing support from various organizations and community members.
Bass Pro Shops 100 Homes Challenge
In May 2021, noted conservationist and Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris joined with Helping a Hero to gift 10 new specially adapted homes to wounded warriors. The first home recipient is deserving amputee, Marine Sergeant Joe Bartel of Aberdeen, North Carolina. Additionally, Morris recently announced that Bass Pro Shops will cover 25 percent of funding for the next 100 donated homes to encourage Americans to get involved in Helping a Hero’s Wounded Hero Home Program.
Click here for more information on the Helping a Hero – Bass Pro Shops partnership.
About Helping a Hero
Helping a Hero is a 501(c)(3) organization based in Texas that has awarded over 100 homes in 23 states to our most severely wounded warriors injured in the Global War on Terror. Helping a Hero is certified by the Better Business Bureau as a transparent and accountable charity and was also one of 12 charities selected by the BBB for the “Award of Distinction” in 2017. Applications are being accepted for 2021 and 2022 homes.
Helping a Hero Media Contact: Genevieve Carter, [email protected], 239-537-2620