Bridges For Heroes thanks the following individuals and organizations for their generous support

Kirby and Jean Ryan, Jr.
Davenport, Florida

Lecia and Chad Kinen
Gretna, Nebraska

Jim & Becki Shamblen
Hampton, Virginia

Carole Pigman
Tucson, Arizona

Richard Pendleton
Harvest, Alabama

Laurene Condon
Batavia, Illinois

Joe & Debra Parris
Mt. Dora, Florida

101st Airborne Division Association
Florida Gulf Coast Chapter

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Saracco
Brick, New Jersey

Duane & Marilyn Wallace
Davenport, Florida

Veterans Club of Solivita
Kissimmee, Florida

Ms. Elaine Estes
Cary, North Carolina

William and Virginia Kieran
Mt. Dora, Florida

Ms. Laura Berg
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin

Richard and Marellen Kralik
Winter Haven, Florida

Deborah Rutzen
Michigan City, Indiana

Richard and Jeanne Stewart
Valrico, Florida

Chip and Christi Porter
Eden Prairie, Minnesota

Gregg Rainone
Davenport. Florida

Larry and Sandy Schmidt
Chetek, Wisconsin

MBX – Medical Billing Experts
Charlotte, North Carolina

Paul and Marcia Powers
Sun City Center, Florida

Paul and Diane Reynolds
Ellsworth, Maine

Mike and Dianne Ahearn
Leesburg, Florida

Mr. & Mrs. Chris Garlieb
Danville, California

Anonymous Members of the
Veterans Club of Celebration Florida 

Donald and Bonnie Gray
Bluffton, South Carolina

Michael and Ramona Caputo
Boca Raton, Florida

Beth Taylor
Carmel, Indiana

Chris Metropulos
Winter Springs, Florida

John and Susan Gardner
Evergreen Park, Illinois

Lawrence and Mary Redmond
Poinciana, Florida

John and Polly Derr
Anacortes, Washington

Jacques and Suzie Pauchey
Tavernier, Florida

Michael and Janice Garry
Blairsville, Georgia

Kirby Ryan, Sr.
Chicago, Illinois

John and Miriam Patton, Jr.
Orlando, Florida

2.8 Million

Military Veterans
Living near US Poverty Level

10.4 million

Veterans without VA Health Benefits
(54% Veteran population)

Twenty-two

Veteran Suicides PER DAY
Ten-fold the number of active duty casualty losses

Did you know that serving in the military is not a guarantee of lifelong medical coverage once you have been honorably discharged?

In fact with few exceptions, unless you retire after 20 years of service, are wounded in action, or suffer the effects of PTSD, you return to civilian life facing the same challenges as everyone else, including providing healthcare coverage for your family.

The unconscionable truth reported by the U.S. Census Bureau is that more than 1.4 million veterans are living below the poverty level and another 1.4 million are just above it. That means each day more than 2.8 million of those who raised their right hand – pledging to support and defend us, and pledging their lives for our country – struggle to meet their most basic needs of food, shelter, healthcare and medicine.

At Bridges For Heroes we provide financial assistance that helps lower income veterans and their families meet the ever increasing costs associated with healthcare. We lessen this financial burden by providing reimbursement for out-of-pocket healthcare expenses such as insurance premiums, co-pays and deductibles.

Assistance for Heroes

Show our Veterans your support. Click to donate now. Donate in honor of a loved one or special veteran in your life. Please remember, no donation is too small to help our veterans.

Donations for Heroes

We provide monetary grants to veterans who qualify. Click to Learn more and to apply for assistance.

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