• Honoring Veterans Throughout our Nation’s History

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  • Lost by Circumstance, Reunited with Dignity

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  • Duty, Honor, Sacrifice. We Remember

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  • They Stand in the Unbroken Line of Patriots

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Purple Hearts Reunited

Purple Hearts Reunited Inc. is a registered 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. Our mission is to return lost or stolen military medals of valor to veterans or their families, in order to honor their sacrifice to the nation. Founded in 2012 by combat-wounded veteran and active-duty Army National Guard officer Zachariah Fike, the organization has been able to locate and return medals to over 150 military families to date. Our organization returns what is often the last tangible piece of a veteran to his or her family. This is often the solace that is needed for a military family to commemorate their loved one’s service and move on from the pain of his or her sacrifice. We believe all medals should go home to their rightful owners, or be preserved in a special place of honor.

If you have information about the location of a lost or stolen heart or need help locating one, please contact us. Please consider donating to support our efforts to reunite veterans and their families with their lost Purple Hearts.

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Recently Returned Hearts

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SGT James L. MacMaster

A Purple Heart that once belonged to Vietnam veteran SGT James MacMaster will be returned to his daughter in Ozark, MO, thanks to research done by Purple Hearts Reunited and a local newspaper columnist. The article detailing this captivating story appears below. A Purple Heart Answer Man: I volunteer at…

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Testimonials

Carol Deacon, Semper Fi Parents of Hudson Valley, NY

I was so in awe. When I was younger American history was never a favorite subject of mine.  Now, for many reasons, I love it, especially the military history. Watching and listening to Capt. Fike as he does these medal returns only opens our hearts more to respecting, celebrating and…

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