Administered by Fisher House, Hotels for Heroes offers free hotel rooms to wounded, injured or ill service members and their families in certain situations.
Supporting Our Veterans
The U.S. Defense Department's Valor website pays homage to troops who have earned the country's highest decorations for bravery.
Honor our Heroes aims to raise $300 million for the four service-branch relief funds that provide direct assistance to military families.
This U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project offers Iraq and Afghanistan veterans temporary jobs working with archeological items.
The Wounded Warrior Hiring Initiative gives injured veterans the first chance at being hired for certain jobs at SAIC.
This program offers veterans 12 months of training assistance in high-demand occupations.
For those who have lost their lives and for the Wounded Warriors that now have long roads to recovery, we owe them the homage and the support they ultimately deserve.
Two severely injured soldiers are learning to scuba dive thanks to a little help from some dedicated volunteers.
Injured in combat and looking for a chance to scuba? Then swim over to Dive Pirates--no treasure necessary.
This website exists to connect companies looking to hire veterans with the former service members right for the positions.
These three-day workshops help veterans cope with PTSD.
Just when you think Disney can't get any better, the company announces a plan to hire at least 1,000 veterans.
This app development challenge funded by the Department of Veterans Affairs asks the public to create an app that assists the homeless community. Grand prize is $25,000.
Help Hospitalized Veterans boosts the morale of sick or injured former troops by offering them a range of arts and crafts activities.
This partnership between Operation Homefront and Chase Bank will give at least 100 wounded-warrior, military and veterans' families their own permanent homes this year.
The U.S. Veterans Affairs Department (VA) has put 20 extra Mobile Vet Centers on the road to increase access to readjustment counseling services for veterans and their family members living in rural or underserved communities.
This week marks the VA's National Salute to Veteran Patients, a celebration dedicated to expressing gratitude and respect for our nation's veterans and to encourage the public to reach out to them. Make a sick or wounded veteran your special Valentine!
All applications for the $1,500 scholarships must be received at a commissary location by Feb. 24.
American Hometown Heroes connects veterans who want to start companies with marketing and other support from independent Yellow Pages publishers.
Medal of Honor Winner Sgt. Dakota Meyer, USMC, wants to raise $2 million to fund educational opportunities for the children of wounded Marines and Navy Corpsmen.