Our military veterans pay the ultimate sacrifice to protect our freedoms. 2 ½ million veterans have served our country in the post-9/11 era, and many sadly come home with debilitating conditions. According to combatwounded.org, around 30% of veterans have a disability directly resulting from their service. Both physical and psychological conditions make it difficult to adjust back to civilian life. 

Consultant Dean Buescher is a proud supporter of numerous charitable organizations and is particularly passionate about Helping a Hero. 

Who Is Helping A Hero?

Helping A Hero is a charitable organization dedicated to empowering veterans who have been injured in the War on Terror. They recognize that veterans face specific challenges to living an independent life with their injuries. Their flagship program, Wounded Hero, provides vets with living spaces designed to accommodate for their needs. So far, they have awarded over 100 residences to vets in 24 states across the country.

The organization also offers a number of recreational programs for veterans, including fishing, hunting, rodeos, and other sports events. They also offer marriage retreats and programs for caregivers to support families in fostering healthy relationships after a veteran returns home.
If you would like to donate to the cause or nominate a hero, visit the Helping A Hero website.