Showing respect and gratitude to WWII, Korea & Vietnam veterans
Did you know over 20 million aging veterans were never given respect and gratitude for their service? Many of our nation’s heroes, especially those who served in Vietnam, returned home and experienced animosity and disrespect.
As veterans age, Hero’s Bridge feels it is past time to “right” this wrong. Veterans of all eras have served this great nation with honor and deserve recognition for their service. As part of our efforts to recognize veterans for their service, Hero’s Bridge conducts special ceremonies designed to honor these valiant individuals, and provides tangible assistance to our older veterans to recognize and celebrate each individual’s story.
We are able to assist in obtaining lost records and medals, recording of oral histories which are submitted to the Library of Congress, and assisting individuals in obtaining Veteran ID Cards.
Our Honor Guard program often incorporates local youth organizations in ceremonies which honor the veterans we proudly serve, providing the new generation with an educational experience in gratitude, respect, and value of our service men and women.
If you or someone you know is interested in assisting with these efforts, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.