Each year HillVets recognizes 100 members of the Veteran community as the HillVets 100. Last year’s honorees included VA employees, journalists, advocates and activists, military spouses and more Veterans and supporters.

After the 100 honorees are selected, they will be celebrated at the HillVets Gala on March 29, 2018 at the Chamber of Commerce Hall of Flags in Washington, D.C.

“We are excited to recognize the men and women that continue answering their call to service,” said Justin Brown, founder of HillVets. “The HillVets 100 builds bridges for the national Veterans’ community across the arts, business, politics and philanthropy by raising awareness of 100 individual’s contributions to the community.

You can nominate a Veteran to be considered for HillVets 100 using this form.

To learn about HillVets’ inception and its mission, listen to our interview with Navy Veteran Justin Brown:

We spoke with a few of the HillVets 100 from last year and got their thoughts on being honored:

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Published on Jan. 4, 2018

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