At the Purple Heart Foundation, we have been monitoring the spread of COVID-19 just like all of you. As you may know, the World Health Organization (WHO) recognizes the spread of the coronavirus as a “Pandemic”; a situation nobody was... Continue Reading →
Every 26th of September, Mesothelioma Awareness Day (MAD) is recognized as a day to spread information about this rare disease and educate people about the dangers of its only known cause, asbestos exposure. Of the nearly 3,000 Americans diagnosed with... Continue Reading →
How to Qualify for Social Security Disability Benefits the Same Time as VA Benefits If you are a veteran who is disabled, you may qualify for both Veterans Administration (VA) benefits and Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) administered through the Social Security Administration (SSA). While both... Continue Reading →
The Purple Heart Foundation connects with Purple Heart recipients to share their unforgettable stories of valor. Here on the Purple Heart Foundation blog, you will read about the personal experiences of some of our heroes. These veterans have proudly served... Continue Reading →
This is one of the many stories that the Purple Heart Foundation plans to exhibit on our women veterans for #WomensHistoryMonth. Second Lieutenant Ott was the first female aviator who helped establish procedures for today's medevac. Because of Ott, more men and women have been successfully taken off of the battlefield so they can return home to their loved ones. The Purple Heart Foundation is committed to serving our women veterans. It is with help from supporters like you that we are able to continue this. Make your one-time or monthly pledge to ensure that all veterans continue to get the support they need.