Building Homes for Disabled Veterans and Their Families

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HeroHomes Loudoun | A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself - Joseph Campbell

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HeroHomes Donations, 125 Hirst Rd, Suite 3C, Purcellville, VA 20132

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Note that the donation form includes an option to make your donation an automatic monthly recurring donation. We appreciate every donation, no matter the amount. However, recurring donations are extremely valuable to us because they provide a predictable baseline of revenue making it easier to plan and be more efficient. Small recurring gifts make HeroHomes less dependent on large fundraising events and keep us focused on the mission every single day.

HeroHomes is a 501(c)3 not for profit foundation established to build houses for those who have fought for the preservation of freedom and democracy for others. These deserving vets and their families cannot regain what they lost defending our country, but we can give them a new start in building a solid foundation for their future and the dignity of an independent life in a wonderful small town community setting. We provide the opportunity for disabled veterans to rejoin society with the security and pride of home ownership.

Staff Sergeant Jarrad Davenport

Hero Home #2 – Davenport Home

Round Hill, VA
Completed: December 2017

HeroHomes second project is set on a 5-acre lot in the town of Round Hill, Virginia.  We expect to begin construction in early 2017.  The recipient for this home is Staff Sergeant Jarrad Davenport.  In June of 2011, Jarrad was wounded during an IRAM rocket attack at an outpost in Iraq.

HeroHomes Loudoun | Davenport
HeroHomes Loudoun | Davenport family

Jarrad started is military career in the Navy.  At 17 he enlisted in the United States Navy and completed Basic Training in San Diego.  He soon volunteered for Submarine Duty and was a plank owner of the USS Kentucky SSBN 737 Gold crew.  After completing his first enlistment, he transferred to the US Army Reserves.  He is a graduate of the Army Finance School where he was awarded the Military Occupational Skill 36B Finance.

He is a graduate of the Warrior Leadership Course where he was a Platoon Sergeant.  Jarrad has a wealth of experience in Finance and volunteered to deploy with 2/376th Financial Combat Support Unit in Iraq in support of Operation New Dawn.  During his deployment he volunteered to spearhead the mobile finance for the Detachment.  On June 2011, Jarrad received injuries sustained from multiple IRAM Rocket attacks at an outpost in Iraq.  He continued on with his mission and was transferred to Baghdad.  Jarrad is currently recovering from his injuries at Walter Reed National Military Center in Bethesda, Maryland.

Jarrad is married to Latoya Davenport and has three sons.  His future plans include receiving a Master’s degree in Cybersecurity from Colorado Technical University.  His awards include commencement speaker for PenFed’s 1st Executive Internship Program, nominated to the delegation for the International Scholar Laureate Program, graduating with his bachelors in accounting summa cum laude, and in 2013 was nominated as Adult Learner of the Year for Colorado Technical University.