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Our Mission

Our Mission Statement: Hearts of ValorTM seeks to honor the service and sacrifice of the people who care for our nation's wounded, ill or injured warriors by providing a community of support based on a foundation of empathy and mutual understanding.


Hearts of Valor is a network of people caring for wounded, ill or injured service members, created and maintained by Operation Homefront.

Operation Homefront seeks to support these caregivers in their own journey of healing by facilitating an online community that provides social connections to other caregivers in similar situations, fostering support groups by geographic area to encourage resource sharing and friendships, and sponsoring annual retreats to provide education on relevant issues.

Our Values

Respect: We respect the voice of each caregiver. We recognize that every story and journey is different, and we respect the choices of each person.

Compassion: We recognize the sacrifices made by caregivers, and the personal struggles they deal with on a daily basis, and we seek to validate these experiences by treating them with compassion.

Joy: We believe that although lives have changed, there can still be a bright future, and we support and encourage these individuals on their quest for joy.

Hearts of Valor currently has more than 1,600 members. If you would like to join the program and our online forum, simply click on the Sign In link on the upper corner of this site.

Our Team

  • Quanesha Carman, Hearts of Valor Program Manager
    Quanesha Carman
    Program Manager

    Quanesha joined Operation Homefront to serve the community that she was raised in. She is the daughter of a retired Air Force veteran and has a strong passion for giving back to the military community. She possesses a Master’s degree in Psychology and utilizes her skills to provide support for the caregivers in the Hearts of Valor program.