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"Where does the money go?" - A question brought up to the Wounded Warrior Project

STORY

In 2016, Wounded Warrior Project, a non-profit organization that provides treatment and care for those in the U.S. military were questioned by civilians and the government as to where and how their charity funds are used for. 285 more words

Uncharitable Charity

I believe in giving. Whether that be in time, support, money, whatever else, our innate desire to charity is one of humanity’s greatest gifts. I will forever be in awe by the efforts of some people, past, present and future, who work hard to make the world a better place, starting with those who need it the most. 898 more words

Random Tidbits

New Half Square America Pattern, Sew A Long, and Charity Quilt

We’re so excited to share our new pattern, Half Square America, with you! With both of us being military wives, this is an idea we’ve been wanting to get out for quite some time. 519 more words

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Couples Renew Relationships With Wounded Warrior Project's Multi-Day Mental Health Workshops

WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT (June 13, 2017) – Local warrior couples recently attended a Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) mental health workshop in Park City, Utah. These gatherings are often the first time warriors leave their homes to connect with others in their communities. 322 more words

Notices

Better Choices at Restaurants Start with Being Salad-Smart

June 7, 2017 – Veterans know the combination of dining out and reduced physical activity can be bad for the waistline as they transition back to civilian life. 331 more words

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Loving the Walking Wounded / #suicide #PTSD #veterans @wwp @whitehouse @deptvetaffairs

It is said that every day we lose a soldier/ veteran to suicide. A steady flow of tragedy besets the country and its families as each of these mighty men (and women) whom the nation has invested greatly into take their own life, usually after their time in service. 952 more words

Comfortable Environment Sets Mood for Better Choices When Dining Out

May 31, 2017 – Veterans know the combination of dining out and reduced physical activity can be bad for the waistline as they transition back to civilian life. 325 more words

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