Purple Heart Homes
Purple Heart Homes is dedicated to providing personalized housing solutions for Service Connected Disabled Veterans and their families that are substantial in function, design and quality—homes that are fit to welcome home, and thank, the fighting men and women of America. Each case is different, but in all cases Purple Heart Homes provides at little or no cost to the Veteran a “quality of life solution” that creates an injury specific, barrier free-living environment. These solutions can range from remodeling an existing home already owned by the veteran, to creating an entire living space from the ground up.
Purple Heart Homes is founded by and for our Veterans and is operated as a 501(c)3 Non-Profit organization founded in 2008 by Dale Beatty and John Gallina who both joined the North Carolina National Guard in 1996 and both were severely wounded
in Iraq on November 15, 2004. During their years of service to our nation, both Beatty and Gallina responded not only to calls from the governor of North Carolina to help victims of Hurricane Fran and Hurricane Floyd but ultimately a call from the President of the United States to defend our country against terrorism by serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Currently the Purple Heart Homes organization is made up of volunteers and professionals from all walks of life that share a common belief and a common desire to give back to those who have given so much for their country.