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Helping families of disabled Iraq & Afghanistan war veterans rebuild civilian lives.

  Newsletter                                                                                               February 2014

"Thank you so much. My kids and I can't stop smiling. What a tremendous stress relief. We are truly grateful. Thank God. Thank you." - U.S. Army Iraq War Veteran

While Wars End, Veteran Hardships Do Not

We are again off to a solid start in 2014 because many of you responded generously to our year-end appeal.  Last year Rebuild Hope assisted hundreds of disabled veterans, spouses and children nationwide. We turned lights and heat back on, prevented imminent evictions, referred family members to mental health professionals, repaired vehicles so veterans could work and keep critical medical appointments, helped families develop realistic budgets, and provided extensive counseling. Generous donors and enthusiastic volunteers made this possible, and our work and need for your support continues.


For more than ten years the U.S. has engaged in ground combat operations in both Iraq and Afghanistan, and thousands of servicemen and women have returned home with severe physical injuries and posttraumatic stress disorders. While, thankfully, one war is over and another is winding down, a huge need for our services remains. Disabled veterans still wait a year or more for the start of their disability income, and many families are impoverished with no savings to deal with emergencies. With the help of fellow Americans Rebuild Hope continues to expand our services and assist even greater numbers of disabled veterans and families. 


Wars end but the struggles of our disabled veterans do not. Let's not forget them. They will need our support for years to come.


Warmest regards,


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Dana Hendrickson

President & Founder 





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What's Unique About Rebuild Hope

While there are hundreds of traditional non-profits helping military families and veterans in various ways, Rebuild Hope relies on a "one-of-a-kind", web-based service model to help veterans with service-connected disability ratings of at least 50%.


Rebuild Hope families...

  • share their stories,
  • receive modest financial grants and no-interest loans,
  • benefit from financial coaching and counseling,
  • referred to specialists in legal aid, VA benefits, heath-care, financial services and employment,
  • and are publicly recognized for their sacrifices.  

Donors ...

  • know who is receiving help from Rebuild Hope,
  • can elect to decide who receives their donations,
  • know 100% of their gifts are used as advised.


Our all-volunteer team is passionate about helping veterans!

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