Fallen & Wounded Soldiers Fund Inc
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39000 Schoolcraft Rd Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund Livonia MI 48150 USA
FALLEN AND WOUNDED SOLDIERS FUND™ Mission Statement The mission of the Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund™ (FWSF) is to support all those who serve and protect our country. Additionally, we want to help others see the good our service men and women do through their accomplishments and the sacrifices they make on our behalf. We are a non-profit, non-partisan 501(c) (3) organization. Our members do not receive any financial compensation for their efforts. FWSF is all volunteer effort, with everyone working from the kindness of their hearts and dedicated to supporting our armed forces. We are honored to help families with their expenses to visit their injured loved ones in hospitals as well as supporting handicapped victims, and the spouses and children of those fallen soldiers.
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Words can not begin to describe on any level what you guys have given back to not only myself but my kids! When my back was against the wall awaiting the government to get their ducks in a row and finally decide to get to my case at their pace I was looking at so many fears coming true that I never wanted my kids to ever see. Homeless broke and left out to dry an Angel came into my life her name is Lynn and not even 24 hours later a huge weight was lifted and worries were gone! I really cannot give enough thanks to her and the fallen and wounded soldier fund! Only if our government was run by the fallen and wounded soldier fund only then our military branches would ever see how our veterans would actually now how they are appreciated and I could almost guarantee that the most awful number know to veterans would not be 22! Because they would know that someone is always there for them for what ever issue they might be trying to get though! God bless Lynn and The Fallen and Wounded Soldier Fund
I was down in the dumps... Going to school ... Working full time ... But still living paycheck to paycheck due to a lot of debt I accumulated while I was still a soldier ( some unfortunate events) ... Then my car broke down and it was way too expensive to repair and smarter to get a newer used vehicle ... But I needed a lot of help with the down payment... FWSF helped me right on the spot... Minimal questions asked. They WANTED to help. I didn't feel like I was a burden. They made me feel really comfortable asking for financial help! Today I'm driving that car that they so generously helped me pay for! Thank you So much FWSF! You helped me up when I was falling ... God Bless you all and all who donate!!!
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The primary purpose of the Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund (FWSF) is to help those veterans in Michigan who return from the Iraq and Afghanistan campaigns and find themselves in need of support and assistance. The FWSF is an all-volunteer organization, its members a diverse collection of concerned people from the business and private sectors. Since mid-2006 when the FWSF starting distributing funds to individual soldiers’ families, a lot has occurred. The country’s view of these wars has changed and the fervor over fighting terrorism has diminished. However, the needs of our soldiers have not dissipated, but have, in fact, increased. Over time we have seen the needs change from funds for travel of family members to the injured soldier, to addressing more basic needs of those who have been discharged, even down to the level of providing food for their families. When reviewing the individuals who have received grants from FWSF, it is telling that all are enlisted men who find themselves in tough financial straits. Often times, what they need is help on the rent and other essential expenses, such as medical supplies.
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Each of the dozens of veterans who have been personally assisted has a different story to tell. They live all over Michigan, from Portland to East Detroit, from Pittsfield Township to Wayne, we find veterans in need. When we were approached by Rick D., every possible basic need was overdue. This ranged from his car payment, his rent was three months past due, his insurance, his telephone, his water and light bills and credit cards. Rick had explained that he had been deployed in November of 2006 with the 303 MP Company to Iraq. “Our primary mission was to train Iraqi police. We normally worked out of a city called Nafiit. My platoon. . . got hit the hardest in Iraq. Eighty percent of my platoon was wounded at some point in time throughout our deployment.”
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