Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors

Jared Allen, Veteran On the Move

This episode of Veteran on the Move features Jared Allen, a former NFL player and founder of Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors. Jared overcame challenges throughout his 12-year NFL career, and shares his journey of goal-setting, perseverance, and adaptation. Inspired by a USO tour, Jared saw a need for accessible housing for wounded veterans. He founded his non-profit to provide mortgage-free, adapted homes, offering lasting support. Jared also dives into the world of running a non-profit, sharing valuable lessons for entrepreneurs, like finding the right partners and staying passionate about your cause. This episode is sure to inspire veterans and aspiring entrepreneurs alike. 

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Jared Allen’s Homes For Wounded Warriors


About Our Guest   

Growing up on the outskirts of San Jose, California, on a horse ranch, Jareds childhood laid the foundation for his remarkable journey. Committed to his aspirations, Jared went on to become a five-time Pro Bowl and four-time All-Pro selection during his 12-year NFL career, concluding with the ninth-highest career sack total in league history. Despite initially being drafted for long-snapping, he swiftly established himself as a dominant pass rusher with the Kansas City Chiefs, later playing for the Minnesota Vikings, Chicago Bears, and Carolina Panthers.

Beyond football, Jareds adventurous spirit led to a series of unique experiences, and his commitment to service inspired the establishment of the non-profit Jared Allen’s Homes for Wounded Warriors. As an entrepreneur, he owns successful businesses, actively contributing to job creation. Acknowledged for his media-friendly personality, Allen has made noteworthy TV appearances, earned widespread acclaim, and solidified his legacy not only as an NFL legend but also as a philanthropist and devoted family man.


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