JARED ALLEN’S HOMES FOR WOUNDED WARRIORS AND THERMA-TRU ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP

JARED ALLEN’S HOMES FOR WOUNDED WARRIORS AND THERMA-TRU ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP

Scottsdale, AZ March 12, 2019 – Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors  (JAH4WW) is happy to announce its recent partnership agreement with Therma-Tru Corp. Through the agreement, Therma-Tru will provide exterior entry door systems with an estimated value of $80,000 for JAH4WW home projects across the country. Additionally, Therma-Tru has committed to a financial contribution of $20,000 to JAH4WW.

Founded in 2009, Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors raises money to build and remodel mortgage free, 100 percent handicap accessible homes to suit the individual needs of our injured United States military veterans returning home from Iraq and Afghanistan. To date, the foundation has completed 10 custom homes for critically wounded veterans across the country and currently has active projects in eight states.

“My foundation and I are excited to begin this partnership with Therma-Tru and to welcome them into the Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors family. Every aspect of our homes is custom and the team at Therma-Tru is dedicated to working with each of our veterans and their families to ensure that they are getting to select the doors that will work for their family. We are thankful to Therma-Tru for their support and commitment to helping us serve those who have served us,” said Jared Allen.

“Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors goes hand-in-hand with Therma-Tru’s mission to make homes better through security, performance and design. Our associates strive to make a positive impact on every life we touch and we’re proud to partner with an organization that does the same,” said Mark Ayers, vice president, marketing at Therma-Tru Corp. “We’re also happy to leverage our nationwide fabricator and distributor network of partnerships – these relationships will play a key role in the fabrication and delivery of these customized entryway solutions for JAH4WW veteran recipients,” said Ayers. 

Those looking to get involved can visit www.homesforwoundedwarriors.com or contact Amanda Rahtz at Amanda@jallen4hww.flywheelsites.com

ABOUT JARED ALLENS HOMES FOR WOUNDED WARRIORS:

Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors is a non-profit organization created for the sole purpose of raising money to build or modify homes for America’s injured Military Veterans. Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors was established in October of 2009 after NFL Star Jared Allen returned home from a trip to the US Military Bases in the Middle East. Jared was moved by the commitment, dedication and sacrifices that our soldiers make every day to protect our freedom.  It is Jared’s hope that this foundation will help make the lives of wounded vets a little bit easier.

ABOUT THERMA-TRU:

Therma-Tru is the leading entry door brand most preferred by building professionals. Founded in 1962, Therma-Tru pioneered the fiberglass entry door industry, and today offers a complete portfolio of entry and patio door system solutions, including decorative glass doorlites, sidelites and transoms, and door components. The company is headquartered in Maumee, Ohio and also offers low-maintenance Fypon polyurethane and PVC products. For more information and product warranty details, visit www.thermatru.com, www.fypon.com or call 800-537-8827.

Therma-Tru is part of the Doors & Security division of Fortune Brands Home & Security, Inc. (NYSE: FBHS), which creates products and services that fulfill the dreams of homeowners and help people feel more secure. FBHS’s operating divisions are Plumbing, Cabinets and Doors & Security. Its trusted brands include Moen, Perrin & Rowe, Riobel, Rohl, Shaws and Victoria + Albert under the Global Plumbing Group (GPG); more than a dozen core brands under MasterBrand Cabinets; Therma-Tru entry door systems; Fiberon composite decking and railing products; and Master Lock and SentrySafe security products under The Master Lock Company. Fortune Brands holds market leadership positions in all of its divisions. Fortune Brands is part of the S&P 500 Index. For more information, please visit www.fbhs.com.

Icon Building Group donates proceeds from home sale to JAH4WW

Icon Building Group donates proceeds from home sale to JAH4WW

Icon Building Group completed a home in Long Grove, IL whose sale will benefit Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors. Once sold 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors to be used to build a handicap accessible home for Marine Cpl Kyle Moser in Batavia, IL. Thank you to all of those who made this event possible!

New Year, New Home for Cpl. Jed Morgan and Family

New Year, New Home for Cpl. Jed Morgan and Family

MEDFORD, Ore. – Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors (JAH4WW) handed Marine Cpl. Jed Morgan the keys to a brand new mortgage-free, handicap-accessible home in Medford, Oregon this past Friday.

“Days like this are so special because we finally get to hand the house over to them and let them begin their new life,” JAH4WW founder and former pro football star, Jared Allen, said at the key ceremony. “Home should be your most secure spot at your most vulnerable time and that’s what we want to give these guys.”

Cpl. Jed Morgan became the eighth recipient of a new home courtesy of JAH4WW and its supporters. Three months after marrying his wife, Anna, in 2009, Cpl. Morgan was deployed to Afghanistan. On June 21, 2012, he was critically injured in an IED explosion. As a result, he lost both of his legs and all mobility in his dominant arm. Morgan spent the next 12 weeks at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where he was honored with a Purple Heart for his service and sacrifice.

Despite his life-altering injuries, Cpl. Morgan has remained hopeful and positive. However, living in a home that is not handicap-accessible has made even the simplest everyday tasks extremely challenging. JAH4WW proudly teamed up with the White Heart Foundation, the United Brotherhood of Carpenters, and S&B James Construction Management to provide Cpl. Morgan, his wife, and their young daughter a home that suits their needs.

Since its inception in 2009, JAH4WW has completed handicap-accessible homes for eight injured U.S. military veterans and is in the process of building five more across the country in 2017. To stay updated on the individual veterans and upcoming builds or remodels across the country, please follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram .

JAH4WW To Hold Key Ceremony for Marine Cpl. Jed Morgan

JAH4WW To Hold Key Ceremony for Marine Cpl. Jed Morgan

Morgan GroundbreakingMEDFORD, Ore. – Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors (JAH4WW) will hand over the keys to a brand new mortgage-free, handicap-accessible home for Marine Cpl. Jed Morgan at 9:30 a.m. local time on Friday, January 27 in Medford, Oregon.

JAH4WW founder and former pro football star, Jared Allen, will be available for interviews from 10:30-11:00 a.m. on Friday. Cpl. Morgan, along with JAH4WW Project Manager, Alex Karalexis, and JAH4WW Executive Director Dylan Vicha will also be available for interviews. Media will be allowed to walk through the home after the Morgans and Foundation executives have completed their tours. Interested media members may contact Amanda Rahtz (arahtz@thecapturegroup.com; 480-267-4176) for the private address.

Cpl. Morgan graduated from Liberty High School in 2008 and joined the United States Marine Corps the following year. Three months after marrying his wife, Anna, he was deployed to Afghanistan. On June 21, 2012, Cpl. Morgan was critically injured in an IED explosion. As a result, he lost both of his legs and all mobility in his dominant arm. Morgan spent the next 12 weeks at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where he was honored with a Purple Heart for his service and sacrifice.

Despite his life-altering injuries, Cpl. Morgan has remained hopeful and positive. However, living in a home that is not handicap-accessible has made even the simplest everyday tasks extremely challenging. Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors proudly teamed up with the White Heart Foundation, the United Brotherhood of Carpenters, and S&B James Construction Management to provide Cpl. Morgan, his wife, and their young daughter a home that suits their needs.

Since its inception in 2009, JAH4WW has completed handicap-accessible homes for seven injured U.S. military veterans and is in the process of building five more across the country in 2017. To learn more about the individual veterans and upcoming builds or remodels across the country, please visit www.HomesForWoundedWarriors.com, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for JAH4WW new and updates.

JAH4WW to Break Ground on New Home for Marine Cpl. Jed Morgan

JAH4WW to Break Ground on New Home for Marine Cpl. Jed Morgan

MEDFORD, Ore. – Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors (JAH4WW) is excited to break ground on a mortgage-free, handicap-accessible home for Marine Cpl. Jed Morgan at 9:00 a.m. local time on Monday, April 11 in Medford, Oregon.

Cpl. Morgan graduated from Liberty High School in 2008 and joined the United States Marine Corps the following year. Three months after marrying his wife, Anna, he was deployed to Afghanistan. On June 21, 2012, Cpl. Morgan was critically injured in an IED explosion. As a result, he lost both of his legs and all mobility in his dominant arm. Morgan spent the next 12 weeks at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, where he was honored with a Purple Heart for his service and sacrifice.

Despite his life-altering injuries, Cpl. Morgan has remained hopeful and positive. However, living in a home that is not handicap-accessible has made even the simplest everyday tasks extremely challenging. Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors is proud to team up with the White Heart Foundation, the United Brotherhood of Carpenters, and S&B James Construction Management to provide Cpl. Morgan, his wife, and their young daughter a home that suits their needs.

Since its inception in 2009, JAH4WW has completed handicap-accessible homes for seven injured U.S. military veterans and is in the process of building three more in 2016, including home builds for Cpl. Morgan, Marine Cpl. Kyle Moser, and Navy Corpsman Thomas Henderson. To learn more about the individual veterans and upcoming builds or remodels across the country, please visit www.HomesForWoundedWarriors.com, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for JAH4WW new and updates.

About JAH4WW
Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors provides financial assistance and support to injured United States military veterans by building and remodeling handicap-accessible homes to suit their individual needs, one wounded warrior at a time.