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My husband is a wounded warrior who has served in both Iraq and Afghanistan. At 24, he has had more surgeries and doctor visits than many people will in the course of their lifetime. Freedom Alliance sent my husband and myself on the trip of a lifetime that we never could have afforded on our active duty military income.everyone from the organization and those who sponsered the event were amazing and everything about the experience was perfectly coordinated and lovely. We had our daughter several weeks premature only one month later, and we felt so honored to have been given the gift of this trip before the stress that comes with having a premature infant. One day, my husband and I will tell Cora about this trip, and the story of the good times will be passed down.
A few months after our trip, an aquaintance of mine lost her fiancee who was badly injured in Afghanistan. He was flown back to the states before he passed away, and his family was struggling to come up with the funds for a flight to be with him. My first thought in helping them was to give them the information for the Freedom Alliance, which can and absolutely does help out in situations like the one that they were in...
This is a wonderful organization and we have made lifelong friends and the best of memories being honored by everyone involved. Before people jump straight into the pluses and minuses of money allocation, stop to think about the other side of it all. The Freedom Alliance is out there with their sleeves rolled up working to help the families of the poeple who give their time, health, and sometimes their lives for our freedom. Thank you again for the memories of a lifetime Freedom Alliance! Keep up the great work!
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Attending the 2010 U.S. Open in August of 2010
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Like to help them give pass on the wonderful blessing that they gave to us so that service members can continue to benefit from them!!