Defenders Of Freedom

Rating: 5 stars   12 reviews


Location: 320 HWY 121 STE 203 Coppell TX 75019 USA

Mission: Support deployed Troops with care packages and give emergency financial assistance to wounded Troops and their families
Results: We send approximately 1400 personalized care packages per year since 2004. In the past two years we have helped wounded Troops in excess of $150,000.00 in emergency financial assistance
Target demographics: Troops who are deployed, Wounded and transitioning Veterans
Direct beneficiaries per year: 83 wounded/transitioning Veterans as they transition to civilian life.
Geographic areas served: Texas
Programs: Emergency Financial Assistance to wounded and transitioning Veterans Job search assistance Care packages to deployed Troops
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EIN 20-1795631
214 232 4962
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There was a surgical nurse who had problems when she returned from Iraq. She had not been given the opportunity to meet any soldiers after they went through rehab and therefore thought her part in cutting their limbs off was a terrible thing. When Defenders found out about this situation they brought the nurse to their golf tournament to spend the day with some of the amputees. Her life changed that day, she is now a mother and has a happy life because someone took the time to do one small thing that made a difference to her. When you make a donation to an organization it helps to know how your money is being spent and this organization has changed alot of soldiers lives starting with one small thing.

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