Written by Emerald Coast Magazine: Matt Algrin

The HER Foundation, which Bullock-Prevot established in August 2016, is a non-profit organization that focuses on aiding homeless, single, female veterans along the Gulf Coast. The foundation’s mission is to provide services for female veterans while they are transitioning into affordable housing. Services include lodging, meals, access to medical and dental care, counseling and job placement, among others. 

Bullock-Prevot says that The HER Foundation’s goal is to honor, empower and rebuild “military sisters” so they can regain their independence and lend a helping hand, love and hope to other sisters-in-arms.

April 01, 2017

Interview with Nancy Bullock- Prevot

Written by VIP Pensacola: Courtney Murray

The HER Foundation steps in to provide affordable housing and other services that assist our women veterans in establishing successful futures. This incredible 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization provides lodging, meals, access to medical, dental, counseling, job placement, and other social services as needed during these difficult transitions.

June 01, 2017

Written by PNJ: Melissa Nelson Gabriel

Nancy Bullock-Prevot, Founder and CEO of the H.E.R. Foundation, gives a tour of the house on West Fairfield Drive that is being prepared to house homeless women veterans in Pensacola. H.E.R. stands for Honor, Empower, Rebuild. 

February 08, 2017

Navy vet rescues homeless sisters with new mission

Reported by weartv: Sue Straughn

(WEAR) — Some of her comrades have literally fallen by the wayside. Now a former Navy woman is going to the rescue of her sisters; an Angel In Our Midst. This is Nancy's mission.

February 20, 2017

Please reload

Why Homecoming can be particularly hard for female veterans

Reported by: PBS Newshour

 

In the return to civilian life, many women find that veteran services fall short of their needs. Unemployment rates for female veterans are higher than for other women, as we as for male veterans. Female veterans are at least twice as likely to be homeless than women who haven't worn a uniform. Special correspondent Gayle Tzemach Lemmon reports on the challenges they face.

GWEN IFILL: After serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, many veterans face an uphill battle finding work in civilian life. There's been an increase in efforts to help ease their transition, but one segment of the veteran population is often overlooked.

Special correspondent Gayle Tzemach Lemmon reports.

 

GAYLE TZEMACH LEMMON: Katrina Holley find satisfaction in bringing order to people's lives.

Mar 4, 2015

August 28 Interview with the Perido Key Chamber of Commerce

© 2019 The HER Foundation Marketing. Proudly created with Wix.com

HonorHer.org © 2016-2019. All rights reserved.