The National American
Legion's Heroes to Hometowns Program assists in
transitioning disabled members
of our Armed Services from
Military Severely Injured Centers back to their
homes. The care the Legion
provides does not stop there, it is there for as long as the
disabled service member needs it.
No matter what your feelings about the War on Terror, or the political feelings that you have, the "Heroes
to Hometowns" program has nothing
to do with the politics of war or the politics of politics. What it does
to do with is making our severely injured military members as comfortable as possible after a life
altering injury. These brave men and women deserve our
respect and support and this is your opportunity
to help out and make a difference.
Since July of 2007
The National American Legion has used the Military Teddy Bears as a fund raiser to
offset the huge costs associated with equipping a
disabled service member's home with the features
she will need to go about their daily activities.
For detailed information about this program please visit
Hometowns on the
Legion's Site. You
will find the
link to US Military Bears located on
Legion's Resources page
Each of these
magnificent bears is put on active duty by a disabled American Veteran and brought to life
in Connecticut, whether the request is for one, five or thirty bears each one is made one at a time, there
are no huge warehouses of Army, Air Force, Marine or Navy bears.
All of the military bears meet a very high standard that we have imposed.
We have ensured that we would
proudly display or give a service member one of our teddy creations. It is of the utmost importance that
uniforms our bears wear also proudly represent the American Military and
meet the standards of the
Your support of this program is going
to provide a vast amount of help to disabled
veterans, from the
creators of the bears to severely wounded coming home from the “War on Terror”.
When you order a Military Bear for $35.95 shipping within
the continental United States is
a generous donation is made
Legion's Heroes to
If you have questions about this program you can
Legion representative for the
Heroes to Hometowns program, Jim LaCoursiere, he is
the former National Vice
Northeast, his contact number is 860-705-4173.
Thanks to the generosity and kindness of people
purchased our bears we have raised
has been given to those disabled service members who need our help. With your support
continue to help support this much needed program.
Please view the below videos to see the H2H program
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