Helping Hands for Freedom is a 501c3 dedicated to supporting the families of the fallen, wounded and deployed.

Press Releases

Posted November 4, 2016

Did you know that what we call Veterans Day was not always called that? In fact, it wasn’t always even commemorated on November 11th.

Posted October 5, 2016

GREENFIELD, IN -- Thanks to the efforts of an Indiana business, Helping Hands For Freedom was able to get a lift during its 3,091 mile walk across America.

Dellen Automotive, of Greenfield, provided the charity that aids families of the fallen, wounded and deployed with a donated car for Route For The Brave.

Staff Sergeant Patrick Shannon, co-founder, Helping Hands for Freedom
Posted August 31, 2016

Helping Hands for Freedom would like to recognize and thank the San Francisco 49ers organization for all the support they demonstrated for the Route for the Brave and for allowing our organization to present the game ball before the playing of the National Anthem.  This night was a celebration of the culmination of a 3,100 mile walk across America to bring awareness to the families of the falle

Gold Star Day at the Arizona Snowbowl
Posted August 11, 2016

Gold star families braved the stormy weather to spend time together at the Arizona Snowbowl. Despite the weather conditions, the families had a great time taking the Scenic Chairlift and the lunch provided as well.

Posted August 1, 2016
Happy Independence Day... a story from the heart
HHFF Stuffs the Bus
Posted July 20, 2016

As part of our commitment to the local community, Helping Hands for Freedom has partnered with AZTV to Stuff the Bus this month and prepare students to return to school with all the supplies they need to succeed. 

David Roth
Posted July 11, 2016

David Roth was written up in the Notre Dame Magazine.  Read their article below or click here to read it on their site.

Route for the Brave Aids Kansas Tornado Recovery
Posted July 7, 2016

With over a thousand miles in on its Route For The Brave walk across America, Helping Hands For Freedom decided to take Monday, June 20, off and instead of walking for Gold Star and military families, it helped farmers of Chapman, Kansas put the pieces of their lives back together.