Veterans Honor Corp. dba Pulling For Veterans, A registered 501(c)(3) non-profit company, offers low cost trailer rentals to raise awareness and support veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

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Suicide Hotline

Call 988 press 1 for Veterans 
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Our Mission

We are dedicated to educating the public regarding Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). PTSD impacts so many of our brave veterans while “Secondary PTSD” affects their families and caregivers.

Trailers may be rented to serve as rolling billboards designed to educate the public about PTSD – a leading factor contributing to the 22 veteran suicides that occur every day.


Secondary PTSD may affect anyone who cares for a veteran suffering from PTSD. Spouses, family members and friends all need education and support from one another in order to help themselves and to provide the best care possible for a loved one suffering from PTSD. Our country has asked these brave veterans, many of whom were volunteers, to do incredible and unsettling things for us so we may live our lives in FREEDOM.

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100% of donations goes towards PTSD veteran resources

Honor Your Veteran

Honor your veteran by having his or her name, photo, and bio printed on a 'Pulling for Veterans' trailer.

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100% of donations goes towards PTSD veteran resources

Corporate Sponsors

Your sponsorship supports the acquisition of new trailers and locations

What Is PTSD?

While over 7,000 veterans have died in combat during these conflicts more than 30,000 have died by suicide during the same timeframe.

According to the Veterans Administration, “Posttraumatic stress can happen after someone goes through a traumatic event such as combat, an assault, or a disaster. Most people have some stress reactions following trauma. But if the reactions don’t go away over time or they disrupt your life, you may have posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).” Oct 12, 2022

The project estimates that 30,177 active duty service members and veterans of the GWOT have died by suicide, compared to 7,057 service members killed in combat or other war operations. These high suicide rates are attributed to multiple factors, some inherent to fighting in a war and others unique to the circumstances of the GWOT.

Where To Find A Trailer

* Other locations coming to an area near you soon.

We Help-U-Move Parking Lot

8042 Reichs Ford Rd
Frederick, MD 21704

Thank You To Our Sponsors

We couldn’t do what we do, or achieve what we have in such a short time, without a fantastic community supporting us. All the companies and individuals below have donated time, money or effort in one way or another to help us get where we are.

Thank you all from the bottom of our hearts for your support.