Operation Honor Our Heroes

The formation of this organization was inspired by MSG Robert M. Horrigan who was killed in action in Al Qaim, Iraq, on June 17, 2005, while serving his fifth and final tour. Robert volunteered for this final assignment even though he had already started the retirement process. He went to bring life and liberty to those who hadn’t had it in decades and to protect the shores and freedoms of America. It is in this spirit – of selfless devotion — and in celebration of his life and the lives of all fallen heroes that we founded Operation Honor Our Heroes, a non-profit organization. 

Mission

Our mission is to meet the unmet needs of our wounded veterans and their families. 100% of funds raised by OHOH will be awarded to wounded veterans and their families that provide care for them.

Our History

The formation of this organization was inspired by MSG Robert M. Horrigan who was killed in action in Al Qaim, Iraq, on June 17, 2005, while serving his fifth and final tour. 

Robert volunteered for this final assignment even though he had already started the retirement process. He went to bring life and liberty to those who hadn’t had it in decades and to protect the shores and freedoms of America. 

It is in this spirit – of selfless devotion — and in celebration of his life and the lives of all fallen heroes that we founded Operation Honor Our Heroes, a non-profit organization. 

Through our efforts to assist our wounded heroes, we strive to honor the sacrifice made by our fallen soldiers.

 

They will never be forgotten.

Contact The Organization On This Page

Nancy Glass
Co-Founder and Director
512-567-3939