Behind every military member making a sacrifice there’s a family providing support and doing their part in the community.
The Hunt Little Heroes program is designed to highlight the great things military kids are doing in the neighborhoods.
One little hero is five year old Asher, who found out his neighbor ran out of toilet paper so he ran home to grab some out of the closet and delivered it to their door. This is just one example of what it takes to be a hunt little hero.
These kids are doing such good things that our community really wanted to highlight that and get it out to in the world. April was the month of the military child and what a great time to roll this out and honor military kids…John Ehle, president of Hunt Military Communities
To celebrate some of the great things these military kids are doing, Hunt military communities launched its hunt little heroes program.
The program asks military kids to share their hero story about how they’re being a positive influence in their own community.
And the hope is that Hunt Little Heroes will not only inspire their community but those who fight to keep us safe.
You can learn more about Hunt Little Heroes at huntlittleheroes.org