Released: Dec 19, 2018
DARIEN, Conn., Dec. 19, 2018 – HonorBound Foundation has been named a “2018 Top-Rated Nonprofit” by the organization GreatNonprofits, a leading provider of user reviews of charities and nonprofits. This is the second consecutive year HonorBound Foundation has received this recognition.
HonorBound provides urgent financial support to veterans throughout the United States who are trying to rebuild their lives but are facing an unexpected expense that could develop into a crisis if not immediately addressed.
GreatNonprofits’ top-rated award is based on the ratings and reviews HonorBound receives from volunteers and social workers. For example, a case worker at the Veterans Affairs Homeless Program in Kansas gave HonorBound a five-star rating and wrote the following review, “There are many veterans I work with who would be homeless right if not for the assistance of HonorBound. Thank you to this amazing agency and all those who donate to such a great cause.”
“HonorBound is a great example of a nonprofit making a real difference in their community,” said Perla Ni, CEO of GreatNonprofits. “Their award is a well-deserved recognition not only of their work, but the tremendous support they receive, as shown by the many outstanding reviews they have received from people who have direct experience working with HonorBound.”
GreatNonprofits is a leading website where people can share stories about personal interaction with charities and nonprofits.
The list of GreatNonprofits’ 2018 Top-Rated Nonprofits can be found at: greatnonprofits.org
About HBF: HonorBound Foundation is a privately funded non-profit organization based in Darien, CT, whose mission is to serve veterans and their families with urgent financial assistance during times of crisis. While other non-profit veteran service organizations may require extensive documentation of need, HonorBound has a simple application process which involves a national network of social workers who assist in veteran referrals, expediting the process without requiring extensive financial documentation. In the first 3 quarters of 2018, HonorBound aided over 1,740 veterans with utility bills, security deposits for new apartments, auto payments and repairs, medical bills, child care, and education.