America’s Wounded Warriors (AWW) Foundation
America’s Wounded Warriors is a 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit Foundation and was founded because of the growing need of our service men and women who have come home from battles and wars wounded and in need of special treatment and help. AWW was also founded to help the families of our service men and women who have lost their heros and find themselves in need of our assistance.
Our Mission Statement
The specific mission of America’s Wounded Warriors Foundation is to help and assist our American Service Men and Women and their families who have been injured or have died while serving and fighting for our Country, our citizens and for our liberties as well as fighting for the freedom and for the human liberties of the citizens of the World.
Our goal of America’s Wounded Warriors Foundation is to support our American Service Men and Women who have been wounded and who are coming home from their deployment in the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and/or any other current or past conflicts. For those brave American Service Men and Women who have paid the ultimate price and have given their life, we will engage with their immediate and extended family to see that their wants and needs of their families, including their children, are met. AWW goal is for each American Service Man and Woman and their families to understand that all of America, and indeed the entire World, appreciate the sacrifice that each of them has given of themselves to protect us so that every American can enjoy the freedoms that we enjoy on a daily basis. AWW will work with the Department of Defense, and with each specific branch of the military, the Army, Navy, Coast Guard, Air Force and the Marines, including the Army Reserve and the National Guard, to assist each and every American Service Man and Woman and their families in any manner that is necessary. Our goal is that each American Service Man and Woman understands that America?s Wounded Warrior Foundation, is here to help them and their family first and foremost with their physical needs and then with their medical, financial and emotional needs.
- Adaptive and Specialized Equipment – buy wounded service men and women any adaptive and specialized equipment that is needed.
- Adaptive Vehicles and Specialized Transportation – buy wounded service men and women any adaptive vehicles and specialized transportation that is needed.
- Adaptive Housing – to remodel their home if needed and in certain situations buy our wounded service men and women an entirely new home for themselves and their families.
- Educational Fund – to assist in paying for the future education of our wounded service men and women and/or their family members, including college funds for their children, where appropriate.
- Career Transition – to assist any of our wounded service men and women in transition from the military life style to the civilian life style including finding and/or re-training for jobs.
- Personal Support – to assist the veterans who are homeless to get medical attention, food, lodging, shelter and to assist them in finding and/or re-training for jobs.
- Public Education – to educate the public about the needs of our wounded service men and women as well as the needs of their families.
- Fund Raising – to engage in fund raising events to assist America’s Wounded Warriors to complete its goals.
- Other Activities – to engage in other activities relating to helping our wounded service men and women and their families in our communities.