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Causes: Human Service Organizations, Human Services, Military & Veterans Organizations, Veterans

Mission:

Honor Them Foundation, Inc.

Mission Statement

09/11/2009

Be it known that the mission of the Honor Them Foundation, Inc. is to dedicate our time, talents and resources to those who have served our great country. There can be no greater satisfaction than to, in some way, bring a small amount of comfort and joy to those men and women who defend our right to be free.

“All gave some and some gave all.”

 

Never let those of us who have position, wealth, and freedom take for granted their sacrifice. With the assistance of the American public, we will provide the gift of rest and relaxation to men and women and the families of those who stand ready to keep us free.

Programs: It is our goal to send 10 returning combat veterans and their families on retreat vacations per month.  Our package will consist of all charges related to the facility costs.  The locations are five start resorts in North American

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Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1 Joy F.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

I gave Gary a timeshare. I had a great experience with Gary. Now, I can't get a hold of anyone. I am completely disappointted in what happened to this GREAT idea.

2

Donor

Rating: 1

This non profit was started by Gary Martin and it's mission was to send returning military combat veterans and their families on retreat vacations after deployment. I am in my late 60's and a former vet and I felt very strong about our mission. So strong that I put every dime we had into it to the tune of over $18,000. After six months I needed Open Heart Surgery and asked if my assistant Rachel Cox could take over operation until I returned. When I returned Rachel had changed the board and voted me out. In the mean time they have spent my donor money and to my knowledge have not sent more than two people on vacation. My name is still on a lot of paper except the ones she forged. It's a shame that greed got in the way of doing a service for our great service men and women. If I had the funds I would take them all to court but at least I'm hoping that the IRS will stop them from taking any more money from anyone.