Sponsor a Veteran

As they re-adjust to civilian life after defending our freedom, they could use our help.

Buy HFH T- Shirts & Socks

Let’s support our Veterans with this one of a kind HFH T-Shirt.

Sports Memorabilia Auction

The auction is now closed. Thank you to all that participated in this worthy cause.

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A thank you to all that serve.

Buy Branded Merchandise

Sikorsky commercial and heritage items to purchase. All proceeds go to charity.

Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin Company, and the Teamsters Local 1150 Union invite you to participate the Eleventh Annual Homerun for Heroes (“HFH”) event to benefit veterans.

This annual event honors the service of our military veterans and raises funds for local veterans’ causes. Over the first ten years of the event, HFH has donated over a half of a million dollars to veterans causes, taken over 1,000 veterans and their families to an annual baseball game, honored Connecticut Gold Star Families, secured the support of over 100 sponsoring businesses, provided wholesome entertainment to thousands, established and grown a relationship with the community, and has continued our commitment to care for our warfighters during and after their service.

Benefitting from the event are four local organizations: Connecticut Veterans Legal Center (helping local veterans with legal issues), the Connecticut Fallen Heroes Foundation (an organization founded at Sikorsky to honor and recognize the families of those who have fallen in the service of our country), the Harkness House (a Columbus House program that provides housing and support services to Veterans who are homeless), and Female Soldiers: Forgotten Heroes ( a community-based transitional home dedicated to homeless female Veterans and their children).

HFH will not sponsor a game this year in lieu of COVID-19. However, we encourage you to participate virtually through the above buttons on this page.

Thank you for your support.

Columbus House/Harkness House

Connecticut Fallen Heroes

Connecticut Veterans Legal Center

Female Soldiers: Forgotten Heroes