Fans of America Foundation was founded in 2012 by Thomas Soukup, a retired corrections sergeant from New York. He wanted to honor and help homeless veterans and veterans who face various housing issues.
Fans of America Foundation is a national, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose missions are solving housing issues with homeless veterans. We honor those who have served us and who serve us—across the street and across the country. Our goal is to build assisted living facilities called Heroes Home Places in all 50 states for disabled, disadvantaged and homeless veterans.
We also help veterans in transition who are having trouble staying in their homes because of financial hardships and those who need repairs done so that they can have safe living environments for themselves and for their families. We contribute supplies to the homeless veterans so that they have what they need to help people in times of crisis.
The mission of The Fans of America Foundation is to help ANY veteran, with housing and other needs, get the benefits and care they deserve to live a fulfilling life after serving for us and our country.
Build a Nation-Wide Network of Full Service Centers Called “Heroes Home Places.” A Place Where Veterans, Their Families and Caregivers go to get the Help They Earned and Deserve.
We Will Accomplish our Mission and Realize our Visions with the Help of Donations, the Forming of Collaborative Community Partnerships with Organizations like the Dept of Veterans Affairs, Local Businesses and Faith-Based Non-Profit Groups.
Honesty, Integrity, Courage, Dignity, Loyalty