After all that veterans and active military members have done for you, it is a great feeling to give something back.

How We Help Veterans, Active Duty, and First Responders

It is one thing to say that you want to help a segment of the population. But it is another thing to actually do so. When The Honor Movement Foundation says it aims to assist those that are veterans, active duty military, or first responders, and their families, well, we walk the walk, both literally and figuratively. 

Clearing the Hurdles to Recovery

One of our highest priorities is helping veterans, active duty personnel, and first responders to find their way to recovery. There are many obstacles that can keep a person from recovery options. We at The Honor Movement Foundation make it a point to clear those hurdles and assist those ready for help right to its front door.

When you donate to The Honor Movement Foundation, you are directly funding these efforts to help men and women on their road to recovery. From logistical needs to financial difficulties, we pave the way for them to simply focus on themselves, something many of our population struggle to do.

Those we serve, who’ve spent their lives serving our country, may need recovery from:

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • Depression
  • Addiction
  • Physical injuries

Whatever their challenge, we want to help them improve. From providing flights all around the county to simply being a sober driver, we offer a variety of benefits for those in need. No vet, military member, nor first responder should ever have to be wanting such services, but unable to afford or get the aid they deserve.

How Are Funds Used?

If you’re wondering how your dollars are being directly used to benefit these men and women, here are a few ways we try to help. Firstly, we assist veterans, active duty military, and first responders to enable them to attend a recovery. This can include both logistics to attending helpful services, but also financial requirements that come along with this journey.

Funds raised by The Honor Movement Foundation are used completely to support:

  • Airfare to/from medical rehabilitation facilities
  • Hotel and lodging accommodations
  • Gaps in insurance coverage
  • Rent or mortgage payments during treatment
  • Covering unpaid leave during treatments

But our aid does not stop there. Our nonprofit foundation also provides funds for:

  • Sober rides
  • Medical Research and Treatments (STEM/STG)
  • Immediate financial assistance

From covering necessary bills, to filling in missing paychecks while seeking help, we want to step in to make the transition as seamless as possible for the family and loved ones of any veteran, active duty, and first  responder.

From PTSD, to severe injuries that require life-long therapies, our veterans, active duty, and first responders deserve access to the care and programs that can help them most.

Give Back to Those That Give Their All

The population that is served by The Honor Movement Foundation has a special place in our hearts, and for good reason. Our all-volunteer board of directors is filled with those who have served. We focus our attention on this nonprofit in our spare time because it is so very important.

We also know that many of our country’s citizens long for ways to give back to this community, just as much as we do. Veterans, active duty personnel, and first responders sacrifice each and every day to protect your life. From keeping our country secure and free, to ensuring your health, protection, and safety, these men and women are giving it all, up to and including their own lives at times, to be sure you can enjoy yours. It is no wonder so many want to find a way to do their part to say “thank you.”

To donate to The Honor Duty Foundation, please mail donations to: 

The Honor Movement Foundation

42395 Ryan Rd. STE 122, PMB 206

Ashburn, VA. 20148

Or use our online donation portal here:

For more information or if you have any questions, please reach out to The Honor Movement Foundation by phone at (202) 805-2636 or email at The Honor Movement Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt public charity (EIN 85-092-6443).

All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law.