Military Warriors Support Foundation
Rating: 4.58 stars 216 reviews
Nonprofit Issues (NTEE):
Military & Veterans Organizations, Veterans
211 N. Loop 1604 E Suite 250 San Antonio TX 78232 USA
Our mission is to support combat-wounded military service members, and surviving spouses of those killed in action, by offering programs that facilitate a successful transition to civilian life. Our programs include home donation, academic and employment assistance, as well as opportunities to develop life skills that are essential to achieving success.
Our Homes4WoundedHeroes and Homes4GoldStars Programs have, to date, awarded nearly 900 mortgage-free homes combat-wounded heroes, Gold Star spouses and their families. Through our robust financial mentorship program our Heroes & Gold Stars have paid down over $20 million in personal debt.
Combat-Wounded Veterans and Gold Star Spouses
Geographic areas served:
All 50 States
Homes4WoundedHeroes - Mortgage-Free Homes Skills4Life - Outdoor Recreation Transportation4Heroes - Payment-Free Vehicles Leadership4Life - Leadership Development
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8 people found this review helpful
MWSF has a good mission but led by crooks who take advantage of the organization and becoming millionaires. CEO and VPs get crazy salaries, paid family trips complete with massages, dinners, etc, car allowances, insurance, etc. If you question anything....middle managers are paid off with a 5K-10K bonus and it just continues. To top it all off, their CEO is NOT what he claims to be.....do a simple search of military records and you can find that out!
3 people found this review helpful
Military Warriors Support Foundation is an excellent organization that under-promises and over delivers on their commitments to both the veteran and their trading partners. Uncompromising integrity and honesty has been my experience in dealing with the organization for the past couple of years. The mentoring program they require the veteran to commit to complete is one reason their success rate is so impressive with the veterans maintaining the home from both a financial and physical viewpoint. I am pleased to be associated with this great organization.
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