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ABOUT

ABOUT

Many of us know brave men and women who served as active military personnel in our Armed Forces who are now homeless. We pay homage to our veterans, whose selfless acts of patriotism helped shape the United States of America that we love so much. Fans of America Foundation recognizes the spirit of our heroes, and we are here to serve you. We are a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization with a nationwide focus. Our mission is to help homless military and veterans with housing issues. We want to help troops with transitional housing, and those who disadvantaged or are disabled. We want to build centers in every state, known as “Heroes Home Places,” that will serve as assisted living centers for those in need. We thank you for helping them.

Fans of America Foundation’s goal is to build assisted living centers in every state that will accomplish several tasks for homeless Military veterans or those in transition. Each Heroes Home Place will serve as a place of hope for those in need in your state. Here, disabled, disadvantaged vets and active military members in transition can have a fresh start.

In order to accomplish these tasks and more, you can help us by:

Sending donations of any amount to our website. All donations are tax-deductible.
Signing up for an individual or a corporate sponsorship. Our individual sponsorship are $20.00 a month or $240.00 a year. Please call 843-399-9763 regarding corporate sponsorship.
Contributing to our general fund set up to help homeless veterans and those in transition in natural disasters that purchases needed supplies for those in times of crisis. The money that you donate or contribute by becoming a sponsor will stay in your state.
Volunteering and sharing information about Fans of America Foundation through word-of-mouth and on social media.

Each Heroes Home Place will offer the following:

  • Dining facilities that serve hot, fresh and nutritious meals.
  • Nurses and doctors will check on patients who may not be able to travel to receive care.
  • Conference rooms for those who need crisis intervention and counseling that will also serve as meeting places for other organizations working with us who have similar goals of helping our homeless veterans.
  • Helping with educational and job training and placement.