Lots For Soldiers is based on one simple belief: that the men and women who defend this country deserve our gratitude.
Our mission started in 2014. We originally donated residential lots to current or former servicepersons, then coordinated community efforts to build a quality home at a reduced cost.
However, we felt that we could be doing more. By branching out, we knew we could help more servicepersons in a variety of different areas. That’s why we’ve redefined our mission.
We’ll still be donating lots to deserving servicepersons, but we’ll be focusing more on providing individualized help, whether that be appliance donations, ramp builds, or simply a helping hand.
If you would like nominate someone for a “blessing,” as we’re calling them, or would like to apply for one yourself, please fill out an application.
We’re grateful for your support as we continue our mission. Any contribution, no matter the size, is an excellent way to say “thank you” to the brave men and women who have sacrificed so much to serve this country. We all have something special to give, be that time, money, or support.
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Lots For Soldiers is in a time of transition. We're very excited about the changes and new ideas we have in store, and we're looking forward to sharing them with you. We'll have more details in the coming months, but our mission is to help as many veterans as possible...
Rockford Construction believes in helping local families. Toward that goal, they have been partnering with Lots For Soldiers since almost the beginning of the organization. Their contribution has been tremendous but RCS president Randy Bruns said his team members aren’t the only ones giving back. “Everywhere you look, there are all these pockets of good,” he said.
The Rockford house has been purchased by Jonathan and Kami Hampton of Piqua. Staff Sergeant Jonathan Hampton is a recruiter for the Ohio National Guard and was deployed to Afghanistan for ten months in 2011. We thank him for his brave service, and wish him and his family well on their new adventure!
The Rockford house will be dedicated on June 17. Please join us starting at 1 p.m. to give the house recipients a proper welcome to their new home!
If you’re struggling to make sense of VA benefits, join expert Douglas Fleagle each Wednesday at our office in Celina!
Calling all honorably discharged or currently service military members! We will be holding an open house on Saturday, April 29, and Sunday, April 30, from 1-3 p.m. at 220 Holly Lane in Rockford. The house built on the Lots For Soldiers lot is nearing completion and we...
Lots For Soldiers is hosting a new group, Silent 22, in an effort to reduce the risk of veteran suicide. Silent 22 will be meeting on the 22nd of each month from 5-7 p.m. at the Lots For Soldiers office at 112 N. Vine Street, Celina. Veterans are invited to join for...
Helping veterans isn’t anything new for Tim and Mary Rosengarten. Their company, Armcorp Construction, Inc., of Celina, Ohio, is a service disabled, veteran owned business that strives to employ veterans of the United States Armed Forces. Since establishing the...