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HonorVet.org is a registered 501(c)(3) Non-Profit, Non-Partisan Organization

Our Mission:

To help Veterans to thrive in their lives after military service, with a holistic approach addressing employment & careers, mental, emotional and spiritual needs, and health & wellness.

Facts:

According to a Harvard Medical School professor, "The rate of major depression is five times as high among soldiers as civilians,

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5 Things You Need to Know About HonorVet.org

1.We are still in development!

HonorVet.org is building a Next Generation Community for Veterans that is dedicated to creating a safe and trusted environment for Veterans, Service Members and their loved ones. Think of it like "Wikipedia meets LinkedIn" - with an array of services on top dedicated to enhancing their overall well

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Jesse Canella

Chief Executive Officer / Co - Founder

Jesse Canella serves as the CEO and Co-Founder of HonorVet.org. Canella founded HonorVet.org is 2010 as part of his dedication to give back to the veteran's community.

Canella is a nationally recognized social entrepreneur and has been involved in a number of startups and technology companies. Prior to 2015, Canella joined one of

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HonorVet Today

We are starting with an initial focus on Employment and Careers. We are doing this for several reasons.

  • With over 21% of Veterans unemployed, this is an urgent priority.
  • There are many immediate and concrete ways that our volunteers and corporate partners can help address this challenge.
  • It is a good initial model for launching and refining our
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Cindy McCain

Cindy Hensley McCain has dedicated her life to improving the lives of those less fortunate both in the United States and around the world. A native Arizonan, mother of four, and wife of U.S. Senator John McCain, Cindy McCain is known for lending her time and talent to increase awareness of international charity organizations and the work that

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The stresses of combat present a set of challenges that many of our veterans struggle to overcome when they return home. These challenges are often compounded by the difficult transition faced by many who shift from military-life to civilian-life.

In addition to the longer wait times at mental healthcare facilities, our veterans struggle to manage emotional difficulties that present themselves

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  • HonorVet and "The Grand Day Out" Join Forces Across The Atlantic To Support US & UK Veterans +

    NEW YORK, NEW YORK – March 1st, 2016 – US military non-profit ‘HonorVet.org,’ and UK military campaign ‘The Grand Day Out,’ are joining forces today to enable military veterans and wounded service members from the United States and the United Kingdom to come together to create a new global network that supports military members injured in battle and veterans struggling to assimilate Read More
  • HonorVet Donates Home to Wounded Marine +

    HonorVet collaborated with an anonymous donor and The Celebrate Freedom Foundation to donate a house to severely wounded Afghanistan Veteran in March 2013. The City of Giddings and the Giddings Area Chamber of Commerce presented US Marine Corporal Sean Friedrich and his wife Anna with their brand new home at 11:00am on March 2nd at a special ceremony that included Read More
  • Honorvet Sends Veterans to British Open in St. Andrews +

    Honorvet collaborated with Eric Trump and the Eric Trump Foundation to send some American Veterans to St. Andrews for the Open this year to enjoy the tournament and associated events with wounded UK service members. The group was led by Jesse Canella, Honorvet's Founder and CEO. Said Jesse: "UK service members are going through many of the same challenges US Read More
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  • Veterans help fill gaps in refugee school projects in Iraq
    A nonprofit group with New Hampshire roots is putting a new spin on back-to-school shopping by helping equip 10 classrooms for refugee children in Iraq.
  • Women who went off to war for their country recognized in Mo. ceremony
    They are in their 80s and 90s now, these women of World War II and Korea, but they jumped to their feet when the color guard headed their way. Walkers and wheelchairs be damned. These WACs (Army), WAVES (Navy) and Marines stood up for their country. Just like they did decades ago when the country needed them most.
  • Former Blue Angels pilot tells what inspired him to fly
    As a boy, Donnie Cochran, dreamed of flying. But even in his wildest dreams, he never imagined himself flying with the elite Blue Angels. But he went on to become the first African-American pilot of the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron (the Blue Angels) and would later become the first African-American commanding officer and flight leader of the world-renowned aerobatic team.

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  • Veterans help fill gaps in refugee school projects in Iraq
    CONCORD, N.H. — A nonprofit group with New Hampshire roots is putting a new spin on back-to-school shopping by helping equip 10 classrooms for refugee children in Iraq. TentED was created in 2014 by three U.S. Army veterans, two of whom met as student at the University of New Hampshire. Rather than starting from scratch, the group works with existing educational aid programs to raise money and deliver what it calls "last mile" essentials, such as school supplies, bus transportation and recreational activities.
  • Women who went off to war for their country recognized in Mo. ceremony
    They are in their 80s and 90s now, these women of World War II and Korea, but they jumped to their feet when the color guard headed their way. Walkers and wheelchairs be damned. These WACs (Army), WAVES (Navy) and Marines stood up for their country. Just like they did decades ago when the country needed them most.
  • Former Blue Angels pilot tells what inspired him to fly
    As a boy, Donnie Cochran, dreamed of flying. But even in his wildest dreams, he never imagined himself flying with the elite Blue Angels. But he went on to become the first African-American pilot of the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron (the Blue Angels) and would later become the first African-American commanding officer and flight leader of the world-renowned aerobatic team.
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