Hope is a verb with its shirtsleeves rolled up.

I love quotes — statements that can sum up a feeling, a mood, a state of mind in just a few words. You read the right one, and your brain says, Exactly! I couldn’t have said it better myself. A really great quote goes right to the heart.

Poet and professor David Orr said, “Hope is a verb with its shirtsleeves rolled up.” Those words  distinctly describe everything about Hope For The Warriors since we began serving the post-9/11 warrior community in 2006.

Hope is not only what we provide, but it’s the heart of who we are. It’s what drives us.

But what does HOPE look like? We see it as impact.

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Year after year, the need grows. Year after year, we see more new cases of people seeking HOPE. They find us through word of mouth. They find us when there’s nowhere else to turn. They find us with our sleeves rolled up and ready to make the journey alongside them.

What does HOPE look like? It looks like you and me.

We must stand together for our neighbors. When our country’s military families need a shoulder to lean on, we must be strong and ready.

For only $10 a month, you can equip a military family with stress-management skills found through our online Resilient Warrior and Resilient Family workshops. Our exceptional social workers lead these six-week courses that focus on post-traumatic growth, with a goal of strengthening the individual and military family.

Stand with us today by joining our Circle of Hope, a group of individuals like you who are committed to the ongoing support of our country’s heroes. People like you who believe in the continued integrated care provided by Hope For The Warriors.

Yours in HOPE,

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Robin Kelleher
Hope For The Warriors