My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Wounded Warrior Project, Jacksonville, FL, USA
My name is Jeremy Sedeno, I attended the soldier ride in San Antonio 2017, The experience I had on this ride was second to none. I was a combat medic in the United States Army and after being medically discharged with PTSD and lower limb issues, I was lost. Being told I wasn't fit enough to preform my job duties anymore was a hard hit reality, one that threw me into a deep depression along with my PTSD. The VA is ok although they want to just medicate me more than I like to be, I still had this yearning of being apart of something. I found WWP and I was accepted to do a soldier ride. This was the moment that helped change my life. Once again I felt as if I was apart of something I was in a new unit. The friendships and bonds that were made during that time were incredible. We all had similar stories, we all knew each others pain. We were like a family that got really close in a three day span. It may seem impossible to do but when you create a bond that's real and have something in common, it is easy to do that quick. That's what the Soldier Ride did for me and many others like me. Don't take my word for it, join a soldier ride and see 1st hand.