Supporting Those Who’ve Served with the Wounded Warrior Project
November 11, 2019
HELPING OUR VETERANS WHEN THEY COME BACK HOME
Today and every day, we honor veterans – those living and those who are no longer with us.
We remember their sacrifices and thank them for our freedom. When many of these brave men and women return home, they can feel lost and emotionally unstable. Some have suffered physical challenges, and spiritually, many are broken.
A very special organization is helping these veterans heal and find peace. The Wounded Warrior Project helps veterans in their next mission – the transition to civilian life.
They help veterans with their first step back home and every step that follows. The goal is to support every warrior because they, too, deserve a positive future they can look forward to. Stay tuned to learn more.
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