Where movement begins.
Joseph was born August 8, 1985. He was a third generation military man. He died in an accident in 2014. He battled addiction and depression. It is to late to help Joseph. It is not to support other local heroes. Many face battles in civilian life. Is there a real need for services? Studies indicate staggering numbers. One study suggest potentially 250,000 cases of PTSD related to the Iraqi war. Click here for more information on PTSD and veterans.
“Therefore let us pursue the things which make for peace and the things by which one may edify (build up) another” (Romans 14:19).
Joseph Hampton Memorial Fund
A fund set up to collect funds to be used in our community to help local Veterans. Anyone can donate.
Twice a year funds will be allocated to these non-profits. Detailed funding reports will be published annually.
"I hope you will join me in my effort to support our local heroes."
Erin Hampton Cooper
You can also support this fund by ordering patriotic clothing and gear. When you check out be sure to enter "Faith Charities" in the box that says Nonprofit designation.