In 2012, AHT4U launched the “Touch A Hero’s Heart Project”. Sometimes, the only connection to “home” is through the care packages and mail our soldiers receive. I wanted to take the support of our “Heroes” one step further and recognize injured and veteran soldiers, police officers, sheriff deputies, and firefighters. Because of their strength, protection and resolve, we are safe.
If you are ever at an event where Dallas or the AHT4U Singers are performing, look for the AHT4U/Touch A Hero’s Heart Booth. It’s the one that is decked out in Red, White and Blue! Stop by and join the young and old alike who write notes of encouragement and support for our American Heroes! You never know who’s heart you’ll touch!
Summer 2013: Some of the handwritten notes of support collected by the AHT4U - TOUCH A HERO'S HEART PROJECT for our Military Heroes!Read More
Touch A Hero’s Heart | Some Special Notes For The Family Members Of The Fallen Granite Mountain Hotshots
Some of the handwritten notes the TOUCH A HERO'S HEART received for the families of the Fallen Granite Mountain Hotshot Firefighters.Read More
When news of this tragedy hit the air waves, I just knew the TOUCH A HERO’S HEART PROJECT had to do something to help the families of these nineteen brave men who lost their lives while fighting the Yarnell Hill fire in Prescott, Arizona. Many thanks to the men, women and children who joined the Touch A Hero’s Heart Project in showing their support for families of fallen Granite Mountain Hotshots firefighters.Read More
AHT4U | Touch A Hero’s Heart Founder Sings Original Song To Honor Fallen Law Enforcement Officers – Police Week 2013
AHT4U Recording Artist and TOUCH A HERO’S HEART founder was invited to perform her original song, “End Of Watch”, for the Florida Police Week Memorial Service . The TOUCH A HERO’S HEART PROJECT (TAHH) goal is to remind people across America to take a moment to say “thank you” to the Public Safety Officers in police, sheriff and fire departments and soldiers in the United States Military. These men and women put their lives in danger to keep us safe every day. The Police Week Fallen Officers Memorial serves as a source of...Read More
The 2012-2013 AHT4U Girls Choir sing in support of the Touch A Hero’s Heart Project.Read More
Salute our Armed Forces with the TOUCH A HERO’S HEART PROJECT (TAHH), Texas Roadhouse, One Blood’s Big Red Bus Blood Drive and Patriotic citizens of Lee County! See a Patriotic vehicle display, Soldiers, musical performances by AHT4U Recording Artist Dallas and the AHT4U Girls Choir who sing in support of the Touch A Hero’s Heart Project, an official color guard and National Anthem performance ceremony, a “Candle Of Hope” presentation to an honored military guest. ...Read More