November 17, 2012
My husband was injured in an IED blast while serving in Afghanistan on 21, Sept. 2009. He sufferred catastrophic injuries to his entire body, two TBI injuries, PTSD, and survivors guilt. Our lives were changed forever that day. We were overwhelmed with our situation and blessed beyond words when we heard we had been selected by MWSF! We are going to receive a mortgage free home! The best part being it would meet the disability needs of my husband, my hero, a combat wounded warrior who has a heart as generous as MWSF!!! We can never thank enough all persons and organizations for removing the burden of "where are we going to find a place to live that will accomadate his disabilaty needs and us." We have been blessed and I believe this is an organization worthy of recognition for all they do. Having a place to "live" isn't the same as having a place to call "home!" "Home" is comfortable because you are "safe." "Safe" is knowing your home isn't "dangerous" to those you love!!! When we are presented with our home, it will accomadate the diability needs of a wounded warrior and be safe and comfortable, it will be "home." Thank you MWSF and God bless you all, Tom & Sandee R.
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