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1st Annual Workwell For Warriors Open Bar Event

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7th Annual Big Apple Run For The Warriors

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Mission

We believe those touched by military service can succeed at home by restoring their sense of self, family, and hope. Nationally, Hope For The Warriors provides comprehensive support programs for service members, veterans, and military families that are focused on transition, health and wellness, peer engagement, and connections to community resources.

History

Hope For The Warriors was founded by military families aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, NC in 2006 as they witnessed, firsthand, the effects war imparts on service members and their families. Hope For The Warriors has remained grounded in family values as the organization expands both the span of programs offered and the number of wounded, family members, and families of the fallen assisted.

The leadership of the organization remains in the dedicated hands of combat veterans and military family members. Together, our board of directors, staff, and volunteers work tirelessly to serve those who have sacrificed so much. The integrity of our organization is paramount and therefore our representatives are as honorable and noble as our mission and the people we serve.

Population Served

All Hope For The Warriors programs serve post-9/11 active duty, National Guard, and reserve service members and veterans from all branches of the military. Programs also support the entire military family, families of the fallen, and military caregivers.

What Our Donations Support

To give a breakdown of where our donation goes, here are some stats:

$10 provides a meal to a service member at a hunting or fishing trip
$25 covers meals for a spouse visiting a wounded service member in the hospital
$100 provides childcare for a service member attending standing doctor appointments
$500 covers books/supplies for a scholarship recipient
$1,000 travel/lodging to a brain treatment facility
$5,500 provides a new handcycle for a wounded service member to help in his or her recovery process