Chris Trawick's Page

HOUSE OF HEROES

Run for the Heroes / Run Across Georgia


Chris Trawick's Page

Welcome to the 2013 House of Heroes Run Across Georgia!. Thank you for visiting my fundraising page.

As a nation, we owe so much to the brave men and women that serve in our armed forces. Stateside and abroad, veterans  have sacrificed everything to keep our families safe at night. I decided that this year would be my chance to give back to those that have already given so much for me and my family and my country. Here's where House of Heroes comes in.

Founded in January 2000, the House of Heroes is a national, nonprofit organization serving our nation's military and public safety veterans (and their spouses) who are disabled, living on a fixed income, or facing other physical/financial challenges. Volunteers perform minor repairs and make improvements to the homes of veterans and their spouses—at no cost to the veteran— through the generosity of individuals, civic organizations, and corporations.

The mission of House of Heroes, Inc. is to recognize and honor military and public safety veterans and/or their spouses who have served our country faithfully and sacrificially. Through service to these veterans and their spouses, House of Heroes, Inc. volunteers attempt to express gratitude that can never be adequately expressed in words alone.

On the week of May 22, I, and a group of 7 military heroes, will run 260 miles across the state of Georgia from Ft. Steward in Savannah to Ft. Benning near Columbus. In support of House of Heroes, Would you consider making a donation to HOH in honor of our effort?. All donations are tax deductible and will go directly to the House of Heroes in support of their mission to minister to our disabled veterans.

Please help me as we strive to support those that have given so very much.

Many thanks for your support -- and don't forget to forward this to anyone who you think might want to donate too!

Thank you,

Chris

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