News

  • On June 28, 2019, HonorBound Foundation’s Executive Director Phil Kraft received some wonderful news from the Tempe City Council.

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  • Our fight to help veterans began over 40 years ago, when we realized just how many veterans were suffering from Agent Orange (AO) exposure and not getting any help. Finally, this week an appeals court in Washington ruled in favor of providing overdue assistance to tens of thousands of Navy veterans whose health suffered because of AO.

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  • On Wednesday our very own Pamela and Susan presented both Homes for the Brave and the Madaras Home, on behalf of HonorBound Foundation, a check to help cover a portion of the cost of their HVAC system.

  • VFW, HonorBound Foundation Team Up to Help More Veterans Grant will help provide new laptops and tablets to VFW service officers KANSAS CITY, Mo. (October 02, 2018) – HonorBound Foundation has awarded the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. a $55,263 grant to help...

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  • HonorBound Foundation is pleased to announce that we met our goal of raising $25,000 to train and place a medical service dog with a veteran! On September 16 we were able to present our donation to Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs at their Barks and...

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  • HonorBound proudly sponsored Homes for the Brave’s fourth annual Stadium Stair Climb Challenge at Webster Bank Arena Saturday, September 15th. This challenge is the main fundraiser for Homes For The Brave, a Bridgeport-based veterans’ charity that provides transitional & permanent housing for homeless veterans.

  • For the 16th year in a row, HonorBound Foundation’s Executive Director, Phil Kraft emceed the Darien, CT 9/11 Remembrance at the town’s 9/11 Monument to honor the memories and sacrifices of first responders and residents who were affected by the attacks on 9/11. In attendance with Phil were, State Representative Terrie Wood, Town Selectman Susan Marks, and Town First Selectman, Jayme Stevenson.

  • August 19-24 Phil Kraft, for the 17th year in a row, instructed a class at the UAW Education Center. The class informs veterans and their families on how to access benefits available to them. While at the Education Center, Phil met with the Executive Director of Guardian Angels, Carol Borden, and her dog Elvira.

  • Phil Kraft, past commander of Darien’s VFW Post #6933 and former chairman of Darien’s Monuments & Ceremonies Commission, was honored at a party for him and his wife, Peach, at the VFW last Saturday, when Darien First Selectman Jayme Stevenson presented Phil with a proclamation...

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  • Barbara grew concerned about the veteran next door when she observed him in their suburban Connecticut neighborhood wearing a heavy winter coat while walking his dog on an otherwise mild December day. She soon learned that Tom, a 75-year-old Vietnam veteran and his wife had...

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  • U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) invited Phil Kraft, Executive Director of HonorBound Foundation to be a founding member of the Veteran Advisory Council. The council will provide Senator Murphy with important feedback and advice on how to advance veteran’s causes that he can bring to...

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  • Earlier this year, HonorBound Foundation received a generous donation from the estate of Ms. Helen Seaman. On behalf of our entire team, we would like to publicly thank Ms. Seaman and her family for supporting our mission. Ms. Seaman was born in 1915 and was...

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Stories of Support

“Please accept my thank you for all of your help. You held my family together when all was falling apart.”

– M.R., a disabled veteran in Florida