This Small Business Saturday, Hope For The Warriors highlights veteran-owned businesses — companies and individuals that we have been a part of throughout their post-military service journey. Each holiday gift you purchase shows your support of our warriors. Sharing their stories keeps the legacy of their service going.
Shop uniquely different luxury jewelry by combat veteran and master goldsmith Tara Hutchinson. A percentage of sales in November and December goes to nonprofits that serve veteran entrepreneurs.
Click here to shop for jewelry that will make you “feel like a rock star!”
POKEADOT HOPS AND GARDEN
Combat-wounded soldier Michael Trost and his wife, Stephanie, own and operate a 25-acre working farm in Tennessee where they grow hops and organic vegetables. They built a quaint cabin that’s perfect for a quiet couples’ retreat or home base to a fun family adventure.
Book your next getaway at this relaxing and scenic property near the Great Smoky Mountains.
Kevin Wallace, a 20-year military photojournalism veteran, is a combat-wounded Purple Heart recipient and was the official Air Force One photographer for President Obama. He brings attention to environmental issues affecting our oceans through his breathtaking underwater photography and his forthcoming photo book, “Colour of Bleach.” Pre-order your copy today.
Learn more about Kevin’s advocacy and discover how you can get involved.
You can ensure success stories like these are possible for our country’s veterans by giving the gift of HOPE. Hope For The Warriors believes warriors can thrive with access to integrated services focused on their individual and collective well-being.
Donate to Hope For The Warriors today to keep our programs growing. Join our Circle of Hope and commit to a monthly gift for lasting impact.