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Since March 31, 2017, your generous donations have greatly impacted the lives of veterans, first responders, and their families. You make a difference!

  • $2.5 MilLIONS in clothing & tactile gear distributed to those we serve.
  • 140 Veterans and First Responders honored at events
  • $12,000 for outpatient therapy services for veterans & first responders.

Thanksgiving Meals Provided

FAMILIES WERE PROVIDED CHRISTMAS

ROBIN’S TOOL BIN PROJECTS COMPLETED

HEREOS RECOGNIZED ON HONOR365.ORG

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Our programs and events are made possible by donors like you.

Honor365™ is dedicated to honoring and serving our veterans, first responders and their families. It’s through donations and sponsorships that we are able to continue providing life-changing events and services to veterans in need. Please donate today so that we can continue our mission and serve those and their families who have so bravely served us.

Paula Stephenson

“Honor 365 is a first class organization that is always ready to assist. I have referred surviving families of veteran suicides and veterans with PTSD, and have heard nothing but great feedback. I will continue to support and refer. Keep up the good work!”

OUR MISSION

To provide resource and referral services for Veterans, First Responders, and their families.

OUR VISION

A world without suicide.

OUR PILLARS

Education, Employment, Healthcare, and Housing

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Have a safe and fun 4th of July 🇺🇸 #honor365 Have a safe and fun 4th of July 🇺🇸 #honor365

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Lt Kage Allen, we honor you 🇺🇸 #honor365 #re Lt Kage Allen, we honor you 🇺🇸 #honor365 #rememberingtheone #airforce #reapers

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Officer Debra Clayton was a 42-year old wife and m Officer Debra Clayton was a 42-year old wife and mother of one. Debra was shot multiple times entering a Walmart attempting to apprehend a suspect who had just murdered his pregnant ex-girlfriend.  We honor you, Debra Clayton 🇺🇸 (#Repost via FB, Florence Arquitt) #honor365 #rememberingtheone #leo

Officer Debra Clayton was a 42-year old wife and mother of one. Debra was shot multiple times entering a Walmart attempting to apprehend a suspect who had just murdered his pregnant ex-girlfriend. We honor you, Debra Clayton 🇺🇸 (#Repost via FB, Florence Arquitt) #honor365 #rememberingtheone #leo ...

Wishing everyone a wonderful 4th of July weekend 🇺🇸 Have fun and be safe!  #honor365 #rememberingtheone

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Lieutenant Colonel Annie Ruth Graham, U.S. Army su Lieutenant Colonel Annie Ruth Graham, U.S. Army suffered a stroke on August 14, 1968. She was from North Carolina and was the Chief Nurse with the 91st Evacuation Hospital in Tuy Hoa. Her name can be found on Panel 48W, Line 12.

We honor you, Annie Graham.

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Lieutenant Colonel Annie Ruth Graham, U.S. Army suffered a stroke on August 14, 1968. She was from North Carolina and was the Chief Nurse with the 91st Evacuation Hospital in Tuy Hoa. Her name can be found on Panel 48W, Line 12.

We honor you, Annie Graham.

#Repost @https://vvmf.wordpress.com/2016/03/31/the-eight-women-on-the-wall/?fbclid=IwAR2BhlFv4QZbR3KNnRTl7Yydo4lvWRZ6QihbI6NiTyI-FvzYccwYZ16ioNI

#rememberingtheone #honor365 #fallenhero
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Thank you to our friends at ProCare Injury Network Thank you to our friends at ProCare Injury Network for their amazing support of Honor365.  Through your generous flag donations, family members will receive a flag in honor of their fallen loved one.  Always remembering the one 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 #honor365 #rememberingtheone #veterans #firstresponders

Thank you to our friends at ProCare Injury Network for their amazing support of Honor365. Through your generous flag donations, family members will receive a flag in honor of their fallen loved one. Always remembering the one 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 #honor365 #rememberingtheone #veterans #firstresponders ...

A Florida fire engineer who was stabbed by a patie A Florida fire engineer who was stabbed by a patient in an ambulance has been named Firefighter of the Year by American Legion. 

Jacksonville Fire Rescue Department Engineer Vincent Harper and his partner Capt. Latorrence Norris were transporting a patient in October when the patient suddenly became violent and grabbed a box cutter from Norris' pocket, according to News 4 Jax. 

Harper noticed the struggle in the back of the rig from the driver's seat and came to Norris' aid, helping to restrain the patient until police and other first responders arrived. Both firefighters sustained stab wounds in the struggle. 

Norris credited Harper with saving his life, telling News 4 Jax in January that if it weren't for his partner's actions, "I would be dead right now. There's not a doubt in my mind." 

American Legion named Harper Firefighter of the Year, a title awarded to a firefighter "who has exceeded the requirements expected of his or her position and has shown a distinct pattern of community service and professional achievement," according to American Legion's website. It is the second year in a row that a Jacksonville firefighter has received the award. 

Jacksonville Fire Rescue also named Harper its Firefighter of the Year in January and presented him with the Lt. Joseph F. Stichway Award for "demonstrating heroism beyond the call of duty," according to First Coast News. 

We honor you, Vincent Harper.

#Repost  @https://www.firechief.com/awards/articles/fla-engineer-who-stopped-ambulance-stabbing-named-american-legion-firefighter-of-the-year-6I7ywXhCm7YDNC8D/ 

#rememberingtheone #honor365

A Florida fire engineer who was stabbed by a patient in an ambulance has been named Firefighter of the Year by American Legion.

Jacksonville Fire Rescue Department Engineer Vincent Harper and his partner Capt. Latorrence Norris were transporting a patient in October when the patient suddenly became violent and grabbed a box cutter from Norris' pocket, according to News 4 Jax.

Harper noticed the struggle in the back of the rig from the driver's seat and came to Norris' aid, helping to restrain the patient until police and other first responders arrived. Both firefighters sustained stab wounds in the struggle.

Norris credited Harper with saving his life, telling News 4 Jax in January that if it weren't for his partner's actions, "I would be dead right now. There's not a doubt in my mind."

American Legion named Harper Firefighter of the Year, a title awarded to a firefighter "who has exceeded the requirements expected of his or her position and has shown a distinct pattern of community service and professional achievement," according to American Legion's website. It is the second year in a row that a Jacksonville firefighter has received the award.

Jacksonville Fire Rescue also named Harper its Firefighter of the Year in January and presented him with the Lt. Joseph F. Stichway Award for "demonstrating heroism beyond the call of duty," according to First Coast News.

We honor you, Vincent Harper.

#Repost @https://www.firechief.com/awards/articles/fla-engineer-who-stopped-ambulance-stabbing-named-american-legion-firefighter-of-the-year-6I7ywXhCm7YDNC8D/

#rememberingtheone #honor365
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Petty Officer First Class Daniel Benedict Henry di Petty Officer First Class Daniel Benedict Henry died of wounds sustained from enemy rocket fire in the Thuna Thien Province of South Vietnam on 31 January 1968. He was with the navy, assigned to C Company, 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Division at the time.

We honor you, Daniel Henry .

#Repost @https://www.thepurpleheart.com/roll-of-honor/profile/default?rID=ac4b81d6-a884-4a5d-b5c0-03c02510c425 

#rememberingtheone #honor365 #KIA #fallenhero

Petty Officer First Class Daniel Benedict Henry died of wounds sustained from enemy rocket fire in the Thuna Thien Province of South Vietnam on 31 January 1968. He was with the navy, assigned to C Company, 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Division at the time.

We honor you, Daniel Henry .

#Repost @https://www.thepurpleheart.com/roll-of-honor/profile/default?rID=ac4b81d6-a884-4a5d-b5c0-03c02510c425

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In October of 2018, we hired Officer Johnson. She In October of 2018, we hired Officer Johnson. She was so excited to be a part of the Logan City law enforcement family. Just prior to her graduation from the police academy, Officer Johnson was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer. Instead of starting her new career, Officer Johnson immediately began undergoing treatment for cancer, instead of getting into her uniform and police car. She went through chemotherapy, radiation and multiple surgeries for the next year. During all of this, she continued to be a wife, mother, and came to work with unparalleled positivity. She maintained this attitude during every visit we made to her during chemo, while recovering from surgeries and in the office as she continued to work through this illness. 18 months later, she finally received word she is CANCER FREE and cleared to return to work. On March 25, 2020, Officer Johnson climbed into that police car she worked so hard to get to. As a collective Logan City Police family, we are so proud of her.

We honor you, Officer Johnson.

(#Repost @https://www.facebook.com/LoganPoliceDept/photos/a.804518682926913/3104385549606870/?type=3&theater )

#rememberingtheone #honor365

In October of 2018, we hired Officer Johnson. She was so excited to be a part of the Logan City law enforcement family. Just prior to her graduation from the police academy, Officer Johnson was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer. Instead of starting her new career, Officer Johnson immediately began undergoing treatment for cancer, instead of getting into her uniform and police car. She went through chemotherapy, radiation and multiple surgeries for the next year. During all of this, she continued to be a wife, mother, and came to work with unparalleled positivity. She maintained this attitude during every visit we made to her during chemo, while recovering from surgeries and in the office as she continued to work through this illness. 18 months later, she finally received word she is CANCER FREE and cleared to return to work. On March 25, 2020, Officer Johnson climbed into that police car she worked so hard to get to. As a collective Logan City Police family, we are so proud of her.

We honor you, Officer Johnson.

(#Repost @https://www.facebook.com/LoganPoliceDept/photos/a.804518682926913/3104385549606870/?type=3&theater )

#rememberingtheone #honor365
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