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Wounded Warrior Project hosts first Grantee Reunion Summit

Wounded Warrior Project's Program Grants team launched the first ever Grantee Reunion Summit this week with support from WWP’s Public Relations and Social Media teams.

WWP invited grantees from the Fall 2013 grant cycle to DC to share success stories from their grant year, best practices, lessons learned, and opportunities for collaboration. The summit served as a platform for networking, educating one another about VSOs across the country, and ultimately fostering connections between the grantees.

WWP’s PR and Social Media teams presented a brief on PR and social media, best practices, and opportunities to support and provide guidance to the grantees in these realms. 

This summit successfully met the Grants team’s goal of fostering a network of nonprofits in order to meet WWP’s vision to have the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation’s history.    

ORGANIZATIONAL ATTENDEES 

  • Able Flight – Chapel Hill, NC
  • Augusta Warrior Project – Augusta, GA
  • Camaraderie Foundation – Orlando, FL 
  • Catch a Lift Fund – Baltimore, MD
  • Community Service Council – Tulsa, OK 
  • Dignity U Wear – Jacksonville, FL 
  • Easter Seals of DC/MD/VA – Silver Spring, MD
  • Farmer Veteran Coalition – Davis, CA
  • Heroes and Healthy Families – Santa Ana, CA
  • Honolulu Museum of Art – Honolulu, HI
  • Institute for Veterans and Military Families – Syracuse, NY
  • Patton Veterans Project – New York, NY 
  • Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing – LaPlata, MD
  • Resounding Joy – San Diego, CA
  • Shepherd Center SHARE Military Initiative – Atlanta, GA 
  • USA Cares – Radcliff, KY
  • Yellow Ribbon Fund – Bethesda, MD

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