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Home Front Hearts

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Military & Veterans Organizations, Veterans

Mission: The mission of Home Front Hearts is to serve the families that serve our country by: providing support and resources to the families of service members, increasing public awareness of the struggles and sacrifices of military families, and engaging both individuals and businesses in building communities that are responsive to the needs of these families.

Geographic areas served: nationwide

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Community Stories

46 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Home Front Hearts is a great source of information. I work with OEF/OIF in NC, and I suggest they look at the Home Front Hearts website for the latest info on services.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

This non- profit organization was a blessing to me. In my time of need, and during my pregnancy Home Front Hearts took the initative to assist me in my financial needs takes a huge worry off my shoulders. Their assistance and help was truly a privilege and a greatly appreciated deed. Especially their Director Randi Cairns, she is a great person.

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Client Served

Rating: 5

I was in San Antonio for 6 months with my warrior son who was airlifted back to the states with a brain tumor. Home Front Hearts, as well as other organizations, helped to pay my rent, car note, and utilities while I was in Texas. Otherwise, I would not have had the opportunity to stay that long with my son. He has terminal cancer. Home Front Hearts was invaluable. Randi Cairns is a wonderful and caring person. 5 star rating

1 Naomi

Volunteer

Rating: 5

As the Executive Director of a non-profit organization that is dedicated to small, little known organizations often begun by an inspired and inspiring individual (also known as a "good person")I have years of experience meeting and working with amazing visionaries who identify a need in this world and are dedicated to addressing that need. Randi Cairns, the inspiration behind Home Front Hearts and the good work it does, is one of those visionaries. As the wife of a National Guardsman who has left his wife and children on numerous occasions to serve our country, Randi had first-hand knowledge of the specific problems faced by National Guard families and has worked tirelessly to resolve many of those difficulties. HFH has developed an extensive online database of resources which are accessed by many Guard families. They have responded to specific needs, with the help of donors, when appropriate and Randi spends a considerable amount of time on the phone offering her (own)experience and expertise to those who come to her for help.