Our agency is raising funds for veterans and service members that have been wounded in combat. Working alongside the Wounded Warriors Project of Pittsburgh, our agency is helping to honor and support those who have risked their life to protect the of lives of Americans and others worldwide.
The Wounded Warrior Project serves veterans and service members who have incurred a physical or mental illness, injury or wound on or after September 11, 2001. The organization works to assist and encourage warriors on how to adjust to a new “normal” life. The Wounded Warrior Project provides programs and services the needs of wounded warriors. The programs address issues of mental and physical wellness. They also empower soldiers to help other fellow soldiers who need help recovering from combat as well. “It is an honor to assist those who have risked so much to protect our lives and the lives of our family and fight for our country.”
There are about 400,000 service members that live with invisible wounds of war and this includes combat-related stress, depression or PTSD. Funds raised will help to fund services to help soldiers transition back into society in a healthy way. Join us in our efforts to help America’s Wounded Warriors.