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Wounded Warrior Project Sets Benefits Milestone

An experienced law enforcement and security professional, Joseph Sordi serves as managing director of the risk management firm Strategic Security Corp. in New York City. In addition to his professional pursuits, Joseph Sordi supports several nonprofit groups including Wounded Warrior Project (WWP). 139 more words

Joseph Sordi

Veteran Organizations: Please Stop Separating and Dividing Us Because All Veterans Matter

As I sit here today writing this post, my head is pounding, I can’t think straight, and my mind is spinning with the many reasons why what happened today is so wrong. 1,341 more words


A Brief Overview of the WWP 2016 Survey

For more than 13 years, Colton Amster has owned Redline Restorations, an automotive restoration business in Bridgeport, Connecticut. When he is not overseeing activities at Redline Restorations, Colton Amster spends time supporting charitable organizations like the… 219 more words

Colton Amster

Volunteering ~ Holiday Spirit

Over the years, I’ve found that one of the best ways to get into the holiday spirit is by getting involved in the community through volunteer work. 718 more words


Gary Rixson Running Kansas City Marathon For Wounded Warrior Charity

Gary Rixson
The noticeable Lockton Business executive Gary Rixson has actually revealed he will be running the Kansas City Half Marathon with the CharityMiles application to increase loan for The Injured Warrior Task. 364 more words

Wounded Warrior Project Partners with Harley-Davidson for Outreach

Since April 2016, Dr. Erol Onel has served as vice president at Heron Therapeutics in La Jolla, California. In this position, he provides scientific leadership to the company’s pain franchise. 142 more words

Erol Onel

Warriors Get Their Motors Running with Wounded Warrior Project and Harley-Davidson

KANSAS CITY, KS – December 8, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) –  For many warriors, the experiences they had in the military were some of the best of their lives – filled with fellowship, meaning, and direction. 640 more words