My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Home Front Hearts, E Brunswick, NJ, USA
Home Front Hearts is a non-profit that truly performs miracles! In contrast to experiences with many of the larger, flashier, organizations out there to whom I referred many military families while serving as a command volunteer, Home Front Hearts has delivered to each of my families referred, in the fashion most needed by the individual families. Recently, my family and I've found ourselves in need of support and assistance in a vast array of areas due to our service member's chronic, serious illness and, with all of the resources out there- Home Front Hearts stands tall as the ONLY organization who has helped us. We fall through the cracks in available programs and, as Active Duty, don't qualify for others-and for some needs, there are no programs. While taking great care to preserve our dignity, Randi has performed incredible miracles with a budget that, I'm sure, is much smaller than the larger organizations. Home Front Hearts has stepped in and helped and provided gift cards for food, gifts for my children at the holiday times, an ear when things get overwhelming, as well as referral information to other organizations that assist military families. Currently, HFH is finding ways to enable us to make necessary repairs to our home. I can not say enough positive things about this organization. Trustworthy, honest, experienced with the military family lifestyle and dedicated-- all of that, and much more, describe Home Front Hearts!
This organization and the people involved do more than provide band-aids for obstacles or financial hardships- they problem solve and help to form plans that, once the obstacle is overcome or mitigated, promote independence and the ability to move forward.
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