Heroes Supporting Heroes
The mission of Heroes Supporting Heroes is to meet the basic life needs of others through:
Seeking to bear one another’s burdens
The foundation of HSH began with serving those in military uniform (past, present & families)
Leveraging the gifts of our Servant Heroes
As our ranks grow with more gifts, we will continue to seek ways to maximize them
- Everything from technical trades to hard-working individuals wanting to help others will shape our service offering
Serving for the greater good
- We seek to maximize the impact to our local communities by sponsoring the West Allegheny Workcamp and other projects to improve the lives of our neighbors and support our active and veteran military family community.
Current Fundraising Efforts
Heroes Supporting Heroes provides vital support to our local actively serving and veteran military families all year long. Our fundraising efforts are crucial to our efforts. Sure tip raffles are run in partnership with PA Not for Profit Pittsburgh Bridges and the TRWMG Bridges Kids Club all profits benefit Heroes Supporting Heroes mission all year long in addition to joint projects our organizations run together that support actively serving military and veteran families all year long, including Operation Santa!
Check out our BRAND NEW SQUARE STORE for All Sure Tip Raffles in One Convenient Place!
|Peloton Tread/Bike Choice||SOLD OUT||WINNER: Nina Midgley|
|Kate Spade/TJ Maxx Sephora||SOLD OUT||WINNER: Jennifer Zurn|
|Lucky Day Rainbow Lotto||SOLD OUT||WINNER: George Price|
|Smoke Rebellion Lot||SOLD OUT||Winner: George Smith|
*All completed tip boards are emailed to ticket purchasers (please check your spam folder the afternoon of the reveal date) and reveals are done live on the Heroes Support Network Facebook Page.
Active Sure Tip Raffles:
$1,000 Local Artist Credit
Mother's Day Kate Spade/MAC Lot
Nintendo Switch Gaming Package
71 Tickts Left
85 Tickets Left
91 Tickets Left
96 Tickets Left
Operation Santa 2020
Operation Santa 2020 MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!
Thanks to the support of our entire community Operation Santa Joint Forces Military Family Carnival and Christmas Morning Support was a resounding success and helped to deliver a Christmas for over 2,000 of our actively serving military and veteran families in the Pittsburgh region. WE BELIEVE IN SANTA CLAUS!
ADOPT A VETERAN FOR VETERANS DAY - MISSION ACCOMPLISHED!
Covid-19 has changed a lot for everyone but nobody more than our elderly population who is at the greatest risk. As with most public events, Veterans Day recognition events have been cancelled for 2020. We want to insure that our veterans know we have not forgotten them and appreciate their service. We have partnered with tThe Military Community Support Project and the 3 Rivers Wealth Management Bridges Kids Club to send care packages to veterans in recognition of Veterans Day. This includes the VA Hospital, assisted living facilites and home bound veterans.
Thanks to our partners at the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation, Pirates Charities, My Favorite Sweet Shoppe and USAA we were able to successfully pack and distribute over 500 care packages to veterans in assisted living facilites, the VA Hospital In Oakland and in their own residences. See more of our story covered by Kym Gable at KDKA Pittsburgh Salutes You - On A Positive Note Story
Current Fundraising Efforts
We are running Sure Tip Raffles to raise funding desperately needed for our programming to support our local military and veterans. .All completed Tip Board with numbers are posted on the Heroes Support Network Facebook Page and emailed to anyone that purchases a chance when board is complete. Live scratch of the seal is done on the Facebook page. Must be 18 years old to enter.
Southwestern PA is one of the largest veteran communities in the country and also is the home of military installations for every branch of service. Thousands of local service members are deployed around the world each year. Our goal at Heroes Supporting Heroes is to provide much needed support to our veteran, military and senior citizen community. Many of our supporters and volunteers choose our 501c3 as a meaningful place to ask friends and family to donate in memory of a loved one who was passed away in lieu of flowers.
A monthly $10 donation plan or $150 one time donation helps us to complete important support such as regular grass cutting/snow removal for disabled veterans, senior citizens and the family of deployed service members. A monthlly $25 donation plan or $300 one time donation helps us to complete larger projects such as home repairs, constructing of wheelchair ramps and appliance replacement for veterans & families of deployed service members. For example recently the wife of a deployed soldier with 3 young children had their washing machine breakdown and could not afford to replace it or repair it. Thanks to the support of our community we were able to send a volunteer who the wife felt comfortable having in her home and when the cost of the repairs would exceed the cost of the washer we were able to purchase a new washer for the family. This truly helped to take the burden of worry off our soldier on deployment, that we were able to help his family while he was away.
Our support of our local military and veteran community relies completely on the support from our community and 100% of our funding is used locally in Southwestern Pennsylvania.
If you would like to sign up for a monthly giving plan or a one time donation in memory of a loved one, please click the link below. We are also happy to provide personalized graphics with photos and names to be shared on social media or at memorial services. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
FOR VA BENEFITS & IMPORTANT INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT Pittsburgh Regional VA
HSH is proud to be approved by the IRS as an independent, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) charitable organization! We have been blessed to have had West Allegheny Ministerial Association as our Fiscal Sponsor until now as that allowed HSH to operate as a non-profit organization.
What is especially important is that now our grant opportunities will expand as this will allow HSH to qualify with more organizations than we could have before!
Proud Sponsor of:
What is a Workcamp? Workcamps are week-long home repair mission trips for junior high and high school-aged youth. These trips are high-energy, action-packed yet meaningful and life-changing for the youth involved, their adult leaders and the volunteers who make the camp possible!
At the West Allegheny Workcamp, youth groups, from across the country, will come together to serve our community and residents, while building strong, lasting relationships with their friends and youth leader. In five short days, hundreds of youth group members will rebuild and transform households while strengthening and transforming their own faith.