Ending Veteran Homelessness

Veteran Wall of Honor

Operation Renewed Hope Foundation is proud to unveil its 2016  Veteran Wall of Honor. Please join us in thanking these Veterans for dedicating their lives to protecting our country and in thanking the generous donors who make our work possible.

ORHF Makes a Difference

As of June 7, in these few 2016 months alone, Operation Renewed Hope Foundation is working with 59 Veterans and their families  – and this includes more than 20 children – in the National Capital Region. Every client is literally homeless (living in shelter, car, on the street) and we are working to clear the barriers to getting them into homes. We do this by paying for application fees and security deposits, covering transportation to look at apartments, and helping out with utility bills. We want our Veterans and their families to be a place where they can rebuild their lives and where their children can have the stability they need before the school year begins. Together we can end Veteran Homelessness in the DC metropolitan region.

ORHF and its 30+ member team are determined to help these men and women secure homes for themselves and their families. Since inception in December 2011, we assisted over 350 Veterans and their family members.  We found these Veterans homes ending their cycle of homelessness or prevented them from becoming homeless, paid their security deposits, application fees, and rent to stabilize Veterans’ and enable them to live productive lives. We have provided our Veterans with other resources such as transportation, donated furniture and household items, dental appointments, business attire, and employment networking.

Please join us in this fight.