Wounded Warrior Project
Rating: 3.82 stars 588 588 reviews
4899 Belfort Road Suite 300 Jacksonville FL 32256 USA
To Honor And Empower Wounded Warriors
veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound, co-incident to their military service on or after September 11, 2001 and their families.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
thousands of wounded veterans and their families. You can visit our impact pages here:http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/mission/who-we-serve.aspx.
Geographic areas served:
the veterans service industry
combat stress recovery, physical health and wellness, employment and education, long-term support, benefits and peer engagement opportunities. In total we offer 19 free programs and services warriors and their families.
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9 people found this review helpful
(written Sat. 3.12.2016). The entire "Executive Staff" must be fire because they absolutely knew of the abuse of donation funds. The following must be fire to bring back the "trust" in WWP. "Adam Silva, Jeremy Chwat, Gary Corless, Ayla Tezel, Bruce Nitsche John Hamre, John Roberts, Jon Sullivan, Michael Richardson, Donna Buckner, Amber Allred, Ned Breslin, Eric Miller, Tracy Farrell, Danielle Ossi, Jenniver Silver.." Once those executives are all fired, then and only then start donating money again. Not until". Me? Vet. USMC
8 people found this review helpful
Bad PR for all worthy Non-Profits! I agree with the other comments on this organization. How can a company proclaim to be doing good for veterans when 45% of all donor dollars go into executive and administration pockets?
Its far better to give locally to a vets type orgainization where people are volunteering and a greater % of money goes to vets. Who cares if there are no local vets getting the money at least if it goes to any vet who deserves it that is better than seeing some national non-profit siphon off 45% for personal gain.
We don't need more laws to get rid of this stuff. We need people to use social media and other methods of PR to get the word out and make this go viral.
Look for a website and FB page to be the watchdog for donors of all Nonprofit groups. Its time the good ones are separated from the rip-off artists. For example, there are only 95 reviews, people who cared enough to write about this travesty. There ought to be thousands talking about this!
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