WWP began in 2003, first offering simple care to wounded service members. Today, WWP offers a vast variety of services including mental health services, career counseling, and long-term rehabilitative care to veterans and service members who sustained a physical or mental injury, illness, or wounded during or after their service. In support of its mission, WWP strives to honor and empower wounded warriors.
Wayne Wolverton shared of WWP “I believe it’s important to recognize and honor the sacrifices and service of those who have spent time protecting the freedoms that we all treasure. As a retired Army veteran, I’ve seen the pain and suffering that some of my fellow veterans have endured, and hope that my efforts can help those who need it the most.”
Allie Smith added “I have military members in my family and while we have been fortunate enough not to need the services of the Wounded Warrior Project, it is important to us that we support their efforts as they do great things for the military community.”
To learn more about Wounded Warrior Project, click here. Individual donations to this organization can be made here.