On Monday, April 24, 2017, a field of over 120 golfers supported the Annual HHFF Heroes Golf Classic at the beautiful Moon Valley Country Club in Phoenix, Arizona.
May 31, 2017 Did you know our co-founder Patrick Shannon, a two time Purple Heart recipient and a Bronze Star recipient, was chosen as an American Made Hero by Evan Williams Bourbon? Pick up your bottle today and learn about Staff Sgt. Shannon's story.
May 6, 2017 Helping Hands For Freedom celebrated our annual event at Castles N Coasters in partnership with Survivor Outreach Services.
This year we hosted 59 military family members for a day of laughter, fun, delicious food and a sense of community. Thank you to Danika at Castles N Coasters and our SOS team, Stella Cook and Kevin Herzinger for making this day so very special.
April 27, 2017; Denver, Colorado - It was an amazing night at Balistreri Vineyards for HHFF.... Julie and her family are fantastic people and if you haven't had a chance to visit their place in Denver, Colorado... put it on your to do list! We enjoyed sharing with our guests our charity's story and what some of our fundraising goals are for 2017.
Saturday, December 10, 2016 - What an incredible time in Jacksonville hosting a Holiday Party with Malik Jackson and over 100 military children and families in attendance. The holiday season is often tough on military families so Helping Hands for Freedom, Survivor Outreach Services, and Malik’s Gifts partnered together to provide gifts, food and smiles for everyone.
By ROSS FLINT - email@example.com I Posted: Wednesday, November 30, 2016 6:00 amThe third annual Military Appreciation Night at Morristown High School is aiming at its continued goal of making a House of Healing possible in Shelby County.
An autograph for a cause! HHFF was blessed to have the support of Century Chevrolet and Derek Wolfe of the Denver Broncos on Black Friday. Hundreds of fans came out to get an autograph from Derek and support our mission of serving military children and families.
The mothers and the wives of the soldiers who died would grab David Roth’s face and look into his eyes, crying as they begged him to keep going on his journey to honor their loved ones.