Our military service men and women have always been an important part of the Restless Heart family. On this Veteran’s Day, in honor of the ongoing sacrifice of our American troops, our proud veterans, the fallen, and their families and friends, we humbly present “Home.”

Our thanks to the active and former service members, families and professionals who submitted their photos for the video – we couldn’t have done it without you! Combat and field photos courtesy of the US Army; The US Navy, The US Air Force, The US Marine Corp and The US Department of Defense. Special thanks go out to the family of Matthew Brennan, Beth Nakamura and The Oregonian, Cade & Marcia Truitt of Inara Studios, Jenny GG Photography, and Lucky Dog Creative and Brett Noe Productions.

If you are moved by this tribute, please consider donating to one or more of the following causes to help support veterans, active service members and their families. Thank you.

– Paul, Dave, Larry, Greg and John

 

Nashville Rescue Mission
http://nashvillerescuemission.org/
Nashville Rescue Mission seeks to help the hurting of Middle Tennessee by offering food, clothing and shelter to the homeless and recovery programs.

Association of Gospel Rescue Missions
http://www.agrm.org
North America’s oldest and largest network of crisis shelters and rehabilitation centers offering radical hospitality in the name of Jesus.

Rebuilding Together: Veterans Housing
http://www.rebuildingtogether.org/section/initiatives/veteran_housing
Millions of U.S. veterans are in desperate need of repairs and adaptations to their homes. Rebuilding Together fills the gaps in modifications and repair services for retired and active service men and women.

Veterans Moving Forward
http://www.vetsfwd.org
Veterans Moving Forward is a non-profit foundation providing trained service dogs to veterans with physical and mental health challenges. VMF trains comfort, therapy or assistance dogs to meet veterans’ needs.

Disabled Veterans National Foundation
http://www.dvnf.org
The Disabled Veterans National Foundation provides direct services to disabled veterans and their families where needed, paying particular attention to the needs of underserved groups of veterans, including women who served our country, homeless veterans, and those who suffer such invisible wounds as brain injuries and PTSD.

AmpleHarvest.org
http://www.ampleharvest.org
Veterans should not have to struggle to feed themselves or their families. The AmpleHarvest.org Campaign is a national effort that enables 40+ million Americans who grow food in home gardens to easily donate their excess harvest to registered local food pantries spread across all 50 states.

Feed Our Vets
http://www.feedourvets.org
The Mission of the Feed Our Vets non-profit food pantry organization is to provide good, nutritious food to U.S. Veterans whose circumstances have left them on the battlefield of hunger, and to have fully stocked veteran food pantries set up in accessible locations all across the country.

Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America
http://iava.org/
IAVA is the country’s first and largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization for veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and has more than 200,000 Member Veterans and civilian supporters nationwide. We are dedicated to standing with the veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan from their first day home through the rest of their lives.

Matthew M. Brennan Foundation
http://www.savingamericasheroes.org
The Matthew M. Brennan Foundation educates, raises awareness, and is an advocate to help advance and establish much needed solutions and resources that will proactively aid our veterans affected by Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) due to combat in the Iraq and Afghanistan war.

Wounded Warrior Project
http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org
To raise awareness and to enlist the public’s aid for the needs of injured service members, to help injured servicemen and women aid and assist each other, and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet their needs.