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Wounded Warriors who incurred service-connected injuries or illness on or after September 11, 2001 are eligible for the WWP Alumni program. No dues here - you paid those on the battlefield. Check out all the benefits and register today.



Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) connects, serves, and empowers wounded warriors by providing free programs and services that address their needs and fill gaps in government care.



Hear from the warriors we serve and the organizations we serve with and see how Wounded Warrior Project is making an impact in the lives of warriors, their families and caregivers, wherever they are on their journey.


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    DoMore104 Campaign Supports Wounded Warrior Project

    LOS ANGELES, July 24, 2017 -- Filmmaking brothers Mark and Jay Duplass, the creative minds behind "Togetherness," are launching "Room 104." The new HBO anthology series is set in a single motel room and tells the stories of the various guests that pass through it. To celebrate the show's release on July 28, they've teamed up with DEC Artists to raise awareness and support for Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) and the warriors it serves.

    "The idea for the #DoMore104 campaign came from our belief that there is always room to do more good things for others," said Daniel Dart, DEC Artists founder. "How can we help? How can we do more? We're raising money to support the men and women of our armed forces and thank them for all they've done. Wounded Warrior Project has done a fantastic job supporting our nation's wounded veterans. And I think rallying around these wounded warriors is a cause that can unite us all."

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    Old Glory Golf Outing And Yoga Event To Support Wounded Warrior Project

    YPSILANTI, Mich., July 20, 2017 -- Golfers and yoga enthusiasts alike will join wounded veterans for a weekend to support Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP). At the Old Glory Golf tournament, golfers will enjoy 18 holes of play, along with auctions, raffles, food, and fellowship. This will be the fourth year event organizer and long-time WWP supporter Rich Keenan has planned the event in his community.

    "Wounded Warrior Project needs the support of people in the community," Rich said. "I'm proud to continue to host this event for an organization that does so much good for so many of our nation's wounded veterans."

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    Injured Veterans Ruck With Wounded Warrior Project Comrades

    SAN ANTONIO, July 12, 2017 -- One of the major challenges many wounded veterans face when returning to civilian life is maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle. That's why Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) hosts physical health and wellness events around the nation, not just to get warriors moving again but to connect them with other local warriors who share their life experiences. Recently, injured veterans challenged themselves and connected during a ruck march.

    "It was definitely great to be part of, and struggle, as a team again," said Air Force veteran Jeremiah Patterson. "It doesn't sound significant, but for me it was. That camaraderie is something I miss since being out of the military."

    Rucking is an exercise routine that has gained popularity in recent years, especially among veterans who have transitioned to civilian life. The fitness regimen involves marching, hiking, or running with a weighted backpack, usually with a moderate to heavy weight, and according to the Go Ruck website (, the ideal pace is 15 minutes per mile.

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    Tijuana Flats Donates Evening Of Fun And Food To Veterans Served By Wounded Warrior Project

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    Student Bake Sale Supports Wounded Warrior Project

    SIMSBURY, Conn., July 8, 2017 -- The supporters of Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) come from all walks of life, and their generosity allows WWP to provide free, life-changing programs and services to injured veterans, their caregivers, and family members. Recently, Hayley Latorre of Simsbury, Connecticut, used her passions for baking and America's veterans to raise awareness for WWP.

    "The bake sale was a community project that I started seven years ago," Hayley said. "However, I have involved the school to a much bigger extent in the last few years through the club I started – Wounded Veterans Strong. I decided to support Wounded Warrior Project because I was inspired by my father. And Wounded Warrior Project's mission and goals really moved me."

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