They fought for us.
We fight for them.
Hero’s Bridge is dedicated to serving elderly veterans, age 65 and older. We serve, stand by and honor our aging veterans through six distinct programs. These services are available to our heroes wherever they call home, at no expense to them or their families.
Do you know a Veteran that needs help? Please call us at 540-341-5378 or click below to contact us.
We are closely monitoring the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) and following all CDC guidance while continuing to provide vital assistance to our elderly veterans. The elderly are the most vulnerable to severe disease and death. Learn what we are doing to protect our heroes and how you can help in this fight.
We need your support!
Every dollar raised for our programs is important and will support the aging veterans we serve and honor.
Providing practical and essential services to our aging heroes,
Hero’s Bridge adheres to four core values:
Always remain centric to the older veteran
No red tape
No passing the buck
Never leave a man behind
Our volunteers gain much from their Hero’s Bridge partnership…
“Battle Buddies connected my wife and I with a gentleman, a local Warrenton resident who is a Vietnam war veteran. He is 87 and is suffering from the maladies of exposure to Agent Orange, He was an army chaplain and witnessed far too many battlefield deaths which has led to two significant PTSD episodes that continue to haunt him to this day. At his advancing age, our Battle Buddy doesn’t drive and has no reliable means of transportation.
His wife is deceased and his two adult children live on the west coast. So he lives alone and feels somewhat isolated in his small apartment. In short, our Battle Buddy is lonely and needs companionship. We feel it is both a duty and a joy to help him, and even the smallest of things can make a big difference to an aging veteran such as our Buddy who no longer has the mobility of a younger man. We visit him weekly, make occasional grocery runs for him, help with errands and assist with local transportation needs. Our friendship has grown and he has become important in our lives. We have become important in his life as well.”
Phil Kasky, Captain, USN (Ret) and member of the VFW Post 9835 in Warrenton, Va.
How you can help
There are a number of ways in which you can help Hero’s Bridge contine its mission to serve elderly veterans.
- First and most importantly: Tell others about us! Sharing helps us connect with families and veterans who need us, and with donors and volunteers who can help further our mission. Connect with us on Facebook here.
- Volunteer: There are many volunteer opportunities available for all ages and ability levels. Click below to learn more.
- Partner with us: Our services are offered at no charge for our veterans and their families, and we rely on your generosity to continue to serve them effectively. Click below to learn more about the many ways you can support our mission.