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Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors is proud to partner with KB Home and its suppliers to gift Sergeant Daniel Rose with an accessible, mortgage-free home in Denver, CO. This new home will ease his daily struggles and stresses, allowing him to recover and heal in a safe space built with his injuries in mind.


Daniel Rose

Military Branch



Denver, Co

Build Completion


Warrior Story

Sergeant Daniel Rose’s story is rooted in his family’s legacy and the environment that nurtured his sense of duty and service. Growing up near Fort McCoy and idolizing his grandfathers – one a Veteran of World War II, Korea, and Vietnam – he felt a strong pull towards the military. Enlisting was a natural progression for him after high school. After his initial training, he balanced his college education with his responsibilities in the reserves, culminating in his voluntary deployment in 2010.

Upon volunteering, SGT Rose underwent extensive training to reclassify as a combat engineer so that he could deploy to Afghanistan, where he served for seven months. On April 27, 2011, while clearing a new route of IEDs, one detonated and sent his truck flying apart. He was flown to Germany and then to Walter Reed for spinal fusion surgery. Despite the spinal fusion, the injuries left him paralyzed from the chest down. With unwavering determination, he navigated a new journey, embraced change, and worked to renew his independence.
Five years after his injury, SGT Rose found a new sense of hope through the use of an exoskeleton suit that allowed him to walk. His personal life flourished as well, as he met his wife, Lisa, got married, and had their daughter. His commitment to service continues through his active involvement with a nonprofit and everyday life. SGT Rose is looking forward to a home where he can live comfortably, maintain his independence, and grow with his young family.

Please take a moment to honor SGT Rose’s service and sacrifice by signing his guest book and leaving a message of support below. Consider donating today to help JAH4WW continue its mission of supporting combat-wounded Veterans. Your generosity makes a difference.




Veterans with eye related injuries and amputees can struggle with high cabinet shelving. Pull down shelves bring hard-to-reach items down.


Accessible appliances have features that include upfront controls, one hand operation, are easy to open and require no more than five pounds of pressure.


Wider doorways with maneuvering space and zero threshold clearances make entrances that are designed to open doors for everyone.


Custom built showers accessible for wheelchairs and comfortable for people of all abilities include grab bars, slip resistant floors and seating.


Lower countertops accommodate wheelchair users, allow for ease of use and are free of sharp edges. Sinks include knee clearance, space below and shallower depths.


Our homes are 100% accessible and include customizations for the veteran’s pastimes, interests and lifestyle such as flagpoles, dog houses, and hobby spaces.


Thank You

Since 2009, we have been deeply grateful for the generous contributions that have enabled us to build accessible, mortgage-free housing for Veterans wounded in combat. The resilience and determination of these Veterans has inspired our foundation’s mission; but your support allows us to continue Serving Those Who Serve Us.

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9845 E Bell Road; Suite 130
Scottsdale, AZ 85260

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