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Purple Heart Foundation

Honoring Their Sacrifice With Our Service

Celebrating Military Spouse Appreciation Day

Today, May 11, 2018, has been proclaimed National Military Spouse Appreciation Day. The Purple Heart Foundation would like to express our deepest gratitude to the husbands and wives that sacrifice so much to support their loved one’s military careers. Military... Continue Reading →

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Generations of Dedication

April is the “Month of the Military Child,” and here at the Purple Heart Foundation we wanted to learn about, understand, and share what it is like to grow up as a military child. Although no two experiences are quite... Continue Reading →

A First For Everything

On August 13 in 1918, the United States Marine Corps opened its doors,allowing for the enlistment of women, so that they may join in the efforts of World War I. On that day, over 300 women enlisted. First in line... Continue Reading →

The Sisterhood of the Military: Susan Hale Jaracz Story

When you think of the military one word that comes to most people’s mind is “brotherhood”. But what happens when a woman is thrown into the mix? Does that change the dynamic of the team? Does that mean there could... Continue Reading →

Marine Corps Lt. Col. Amy McGrath

In recognition of Women’s History Month and International Women’s day, The Purple Heart Foundation is featuring amazing women veteran’s accomplishments today and throughout history. Throughout history, women’s voices have been unheard. Today’s featured female veteran decided to raise her voice... Continue Reading →

Amazing Grace

As you may known, March is the month to celebrate and recognize women’s history. The Purple Heart Foundation wanted to take this month to honor some important women veterans and their honorable service throughout our country’s history. Grace Brewster Murray,... Continue Reading →

Colin Powell: A Man of Many Accomplishments

In honor of Black History Month, the Purple Heart Foundation wanted to highlight the incredible and honorable service of Colin Powell, a United States statesman and a retired Four-Star General in the United States Army. On April 5, 1937 in... Continue Reading →

Henry Johnson: The Story of an Unsung Hero

In honor of #BlackHistoryMonth, the #PurpleHeartFoundation wants to reflect on the service and sacrifice of Henry Johnson, the first known African American to receive the #PurpleHeartMedal. The Purple Heart Foundation honors all veterans for their sacrifice. To show your support for #veterans like Henry Johnson, make your pledge today!

You Can Make a Difference In The New Year

Join the #PurpleHeartFoundation this new year as we continue to support our #nationsheroes. You can be the difference in the life of a #veteran by making a one-time or monthly pledge now.

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