HERE TO SERVE

 This is a safe place. A place for veterans, their families and true American patriots to come together and share knowledge. To be here for each other, supporting each other in every way possible. This is a place dedicated to our fallen heroes for the sacrifices they have made for each and every one of us. For this great nation, and our beloved Old Glory. We Remember! We Will Never Forget!

A Hero's Promise

A Hero's Promise is a veteran service organization that supports veterans and their families during their times of need. We come alongside the family to lift them back up onto their feet and provide refuge. We provide financial support, temporary housing assistance and a sympathetic ear when necassary. We are a conduit to other institutional veteran organizations that can better meet the needs of our veterans. We work to prevent veteran suicides by listening, talking, and intervention when necessary. We support families of veterans who commit suicide with funeral expenses and other honors normally afforded to veterans. We accomplish this by networking with other veterans, veterans groups and veteran organizations to provide immediate support to veterans and their families; regardles of their status. We do fundraisers, provide volunteer labor and connect veterans in with larger organizations to fit the needs of the veteran. We assist them to get back onto their feet by providing a hand UP not a a hand OUT. 
  Our promise, to let no veteran or their families go through their struggles alone. We promise to be a safe place for veterans and their families. We promise to be there when veterans and their families call so that they will not be alone. We promise not to allow veterans to go through depression, guilt, stress, loneliness or anger alone. We promise to be there for their country. 

The last five months we have been working on a traveling memorial and we are excited to say we will be unvieling it Sept. 23rd at 1000 am. Olympia Washington state capital come out and see us!
​Tomahawks​

Fallen Angels

The total number of military and civilian casualties in WW1 total a tragic number of over 38 million. There was over 17 million deaths and 20 million wounded! The numbers make this one of the most deadliest conflicts in human history. 

WW2 statistics vary depending on the source. Estimated dead over 50 million to more than 80 million!! Making this in the top most killed in war.

The Korean War shows over 33,000 total killed and missing in action.
 
The Vietnam War statistics shows over 58,000 American soldiers killed, or missing in action. 

Desert Storm/Desert Shield or known as the Gulf War was lead by the U.S. following with 34 other nations. American forces lost over 100 soldiers and marines.

Afghanistan War over 2000 civilians have died, and a total of over 3,500 military men and woman. 

Iraq War as of May 2012 the total deaths were over 4,000 and over 32,000 wounded.

Coming home is not the end of the war for the warriors that served over seas, there is a new battle for them to fight. 22 veterans commit suicide a day and 1 active duty soldier per day. PTSD, TBI, and the physical wounds and trauma never go away. Have you ever noticed that a surprising amount of homeless are veterans who fought for our country? No Veteran should have to live or die on our streets. 
You can only cope with your new life. Make your purpose your community!
​K & K'S PROMISE
!GOLD STAR SURVIVOR
​The flag included a blue star for every immediate family member serving in the armed forces of the United States, during any period of war or hostilities in which the armed forces of the United States were engaged. If that loved one died, the blue star was replaced by a gold star. This allowed members of the community to know the price that the family had paid in the cause of freedom.  The Army recognizes that no one has given more for the nation than the families of the fallen.

      Memorial Service held May 27th 2017-Thank you and Honor Gift given to Gold Star Mom
                            Kristine Fallstone-Mother of-SPC Alexander Fallstone-2005