We're pleased to announce that the Courage Awards & Benefit Dinner® will be back in 2023 and moving to Washington, D.C. To celebrate the return of this inspiring, one-of-a-kind event, a launch reception, presented by Goldman Sachs, will be held this October, 2022. If interested in attending, please email us.
Be sure to check back as more details on the 2023 event will be coming soon. We look forward to celebrating the loyalty of our Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) supporters and the achievements of our nation's wounded veterans. In the meantime, we'd like to share with you the 2021 Courage Awards & Benefit Dinner awardees.
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2021 Courage Awards & Benefit Dinner Awardees
The Service Award
In honor of friends of the Stephen Talkhouse for their efforts to serve wounded service members by reaching out to their community, this award celebrates an individual or company that has devoted their time and passion to donating and/or raising funds through grassroots efforts in support of wounded service members and their families.
2021 Recipient: Walter Osborn
The Courage Award
In honor of George C. Lang for his dedication to, and advocacy for, wounded service members, this award celebrates a warrior, family member, or caregiver who embodies the Wounded Warrior Project logo — going from the warrior on the top, being carried, to the warrior on the bottom, carrying another.
2021 Recipient: Wounded Warrior Ryan Kules
The Empowerment Award
In honor of Tony Snow & James Gandolfini for their commitment to bringing attention to the needs of wounded service members, this award celebrates an outstanding individual or company that has significantly raised awareness and helped enlist the public’s aid for the needs of injured service members and their families.
2021 Recipient: National Football League