"In public they are looking at my companion and not at me."

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We have an obligation to our heroes who have sacrificed so much for us.

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Who We Are

Founded in 2007 by a WWII Veteran and liberated POW, Vets Helping Heroes, Inc. is a National not-for-profit charity with tax exempt status under section 501c(3) of the IRC.  Since its founding, Vets Helping Heroes has raised almost $7,000,000 and has sponsored over 300 properly-trained assistance dogs (Guide Dogs, Service Dogs and Facility Dogs) for wounded American Veterans and Active-Duty Military personnel who can benefit from an assistance dog.

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Our Mission

The Mission of our all-volunteer working board, comprised primarily of retired military personnel, is to raise funds to purchase properly-trained assistance dogs to help the heroes who have worn the uniform of our Country and who have received physical and/or psychological wounds in so doing.

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How Our Heroes Benefit

Assistance dogs provide independence and service 24/7/365. Guide Dogs allow the visually or hearing impaired Veteran to be independent, giving back their sense of being a whole person navigating the world. Service Dogs assist Veterans with mobility and balance issues stand and walk safely and independently; and help those with PTSD and TBI. Facility Dogs provide a source of unconditional love to Veterans who are confined in hospitals or in other facilities for long-term care, as well as on active-duty military bases to provide a needed calming influence.

YOUR DONATIONS HAVE HELPED THESE HEROES
GET THE DOGS THEY NEED

HELP US HELP THEM

All donations are tax deductible and you will be emailed your tax receipt.

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Vets Helping Heroes

and providing assistance dogs for active duty military and retired personnel veterans recovering from the physical and psychological challenges they suffered as a result of their service to our country.