At HOPE, our partners and supporters are members of our family. Our HOPE Family is what inspires our organization to work tirelessly to meet the needs of service members, veterans, caregivers, and military families. Over the years, we’ve partnered with the Gary Sinise Foundation to build homes for wounded service members and their families through the Make a House a Home program, which is part of our Warrior’s Wish Program.​​

This program came into being in 2009, when Army Specialist Brendan Marrocco’s vehicle took a direct hit by an explosive fired projectile. Against all odds, Brendan survived and became the first quadruple amputee from the war to survive. Marrocco is from Staten Island and planned to return as soon as he could leave the medical facility. The Siller family and the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, also based in New York City, stepped up to build a home for their hero. HOPE stepped in to help, finishing the project in 2011. Since then, the Siller family continues to build homes for the most severely wounded and Hope For The Warriors continued to support their efforts.