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September 17, 2012

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September 17, 2012

Unfortunately, Luke's Wings exists primarily to facilitate the founder's colossal ego. He uses the organization as an excuse to parade himself around the "charity" social scene. The central purpose of these events are for the founder to present himself front and center and pat himself on the back. The wounded warriors in wheelchairs become an accessory for photo ops... and your donations to this group will only provide more support for his narcissistic agenda.

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2012

September 13, 2012
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September 13, 2012
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This is a truly amazing organization. They have a single, well-defined core mission: bringing the families and friends of wounded (most egregiously--TBI, amputees, etc.) warriors to be with them while in one of the ten rehab hospitals in the U.S. It makes such a real difference to the wounded men and women of our Armed Services to have family members with them as they recover and begin a new chapter in their lives and many cannot afford airline tickets and hotel rooms. I sent my donation on a Tues, got a thank you on Thurs., and an email update on Friday of how my money was used to fly the family of a Marine amputee's family from Tennessee to D.C. to visit him while at Walter Reed. I got to know the Marine, and see a photo slideshow of his rehab through their Facebook page and email updates. I was blown away by their efficient and immediate use of my donation, and by the way their staff actually goes to Walter Reed each week to spend time with the wounded warriors and their families who are visiting. I wish all non-profits worked like this.

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