Storytellers: the Honor Bell tolls for the fallen and its founder

Storytellers: the Honor Bell tolls for the fallen and its founder

9News’ Noel Brennan shares the story of the Honor Bell and its impact on veterans, vets’ families, and what it meant to the Honor Bell Foundation’s co-founder, Lou Olivera. Brennan’s story also addresses the crisis of PTS and of veteran suicide, a year after Olivera’s death. Watch the story here.

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Double the power of your donation through April 19th

Double the power of your donation through April 19th

A friend of the Foundation is matching all donations made to us via the 40 Hands in 40 Days Challenge up to $2,500. We have just over a week left in the challenge, and every contribution counts: each $100 provides the support necessary to perform Bell Honors for a deceased soldier, Marine, airman, sailor, or Coast Guardsman. Donate today through the 40 Hands in 40 Days site and see your dollar go further!

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Steve Best, National Cemetery Administration's Continental District Director, Retires

Steve Best, National Cemetery Administration's Continental District Director, Retires

Very early in the process of creating the Honor Bell, it was imperative to have the  support of the National Cemetery Administration and Fort Logan National Cemetery. We met Major General (ret) Steve Best in 2015 and he has been an enthusiastic champion of our mission ever since. Steve recently retired, and we congratulate him on a distinguished career!

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The Honor Bell and Veterans Courts

The Honor Bell and Veterans Courts

The Honor Bell Foundation has partnered with several Colorado judicial districts who operate veterans courts. These are a type of problem-solving court designed to serve justice-involved military and former-military members with substance abuse and mental health needs through intensive supervision and treatment. Find out more here.

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