Embodying their motto, “Empowering Wounded Heroes, One Home at a Time,” Helping A Hero helps military personnel who have been severely injured in duty by providing veterans with homes. Since their founding in 2006, Helping A Hero’s Wounded Warrior Home Program has awarded 100 homes in 22 states to deserving heroes, making them the second largest national organization that builds homes for wounded veterans and their families. Utilizing donations from homebuilders, developers and the community Helping A Hero is able to supply unique, specially-adapted homes to veterans missing limbs, paraplegics, quadriplegics, severe burn or TBI victims, and those with other mental and physical challenges due to their service in Operation Enduring Freedom/Iraqi Freedom at a deeply discounted price. Helping A Hero offers much more than just a home giveaway. Committed to helping those who have been wounded on their road to recovery, the organization helps veterans transition successfully into their local communities and provides the tools they need to succeed in life and become as independent as possible. Helping A Hero also provides additional support programs such as marriage retreats, caregiver retreats, recreational activities, emotional support and financial support. For more information or to donate, please visit www.helpingahero.org

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HELPING A HERO TO PRESENT NEW HOME TO WOUNDED HERO MSGT (RET.) BLAINE SCOTT, USMC

03.24.17

HOUSTON, Texas (March 24, 2017) – Houston-based 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-partisan organization, Helping A Hero, will present a specially adapted home for local wounded hero, MSgt (Ret.) Blaine Scott, USMC, on Monday, April 3 in New Braunfels, Texas. Country icon Lee Greenwood and special guests will officially present the keys to MSgt Scott in honor of his sacrifices for our country. Families are encouraged to attend to show their support and children are welcome at this patriotic event.

MSgt Scott was severely wounded by an IED explosion in Iraq that burned over 40 percent of his body in 2006. After extensive rehabilitation and a second deployment to Afghanistan he served as the Staff Noncommissioned Officer In Charge of the Wounded Warrior Battalion-East, San Antonio Military Medical Center Detachment (...

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HELPING A HERO TO WELCOME HOME SPC (RET) JACK ZIMMERMAN, USA, IN ELYSIAN, MINN. WITH SPECIAL GUEST, SENATOR TED CRUZ

07.19.16

ELYSIAN, Minn. (July 19, 2016) – Houston-based 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-partisan organization, Helping A Hero, will present a specially adapted home for local wounded hero, SPC (Ret.) Jack Zimmerman, USA, on Monday, July 25 at 9:30am in Elysian, Minn.Senator Ted Cruz will officially present the keys to SPC Zimmerman in honor of his sacrifices for our country. Families are encouraged to attend to show their support and children are welcome at this patriotic event. The Welcome Home will occur on the same day as SPC Zimmerman’s birthday.

Jack Zimmerman, 27, is a native of Cleveland, MN and joined the Army where he graduated from Airborne school in Ft. Benning. Zimmerman...

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HELPING A HERO TO BREAK GROUND ON SECOND PENNSYLVANIA HOME FOR WOUNDED VETERANS

05.05.16

DUNCANSVILLE, Pa. (May 5, 2016) – Better Business Bureau accredited and Houston-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization,Helping A Hero, will break ground on its second specially adapted home in the state of Pennsylvania, this time for local community member, EM1 (NUC) Jeffrey Campbell, USN, on Wednesday, May 11 in Duncansville, Pennsylvania. To honor Campbell's selfless military service, Country Music Hall of Fame members, The Oak Ridge Boys, will sing the National Anthem at the groundbreaking ceremony. Community members...

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