From the kitchen table of military spouses, the mission of Hope For The Warriors was formed.
The Warrior House was home for service members and their families while they recovered from injuries.
In 2008, HOPE expanded our nationwide footprint with the opening of our New York City office.
Over 70% of our staff is comprised of service members, veterans, or members of a military family.
In 2010, we held our first Got Heart, Give Hope Gala and our friend Gary Sinise graciously served as host.
HOPE’s team of 13 social workers support our Masters of Social Work Internship program.
In 2012, Camp Lejeune opened their brand new, state-of-the-art, Warrior Hope and Care Center.
Twin monuments stand before the Warrior Hope and Care Centers at Marine Corps Base East and West.
HOPE is committed to serving our entire warrior community, including families and caregivers.
In 2018, HOPE supported Eastern North Carolina with the damage caused by Hurricane Florence.
In 2019, HOPE provided relief for Coast Guard families impacted by the government shutdown.