WWP offers a wide range of opportunities to host a fundraiser or simply participate in one. Whether you’re looking to spend time or money helping those who’ve served us, you can find a way to get involved.
Benefit for the Brave
Our regional dinner event to recognize the generosity of our donors and supporters and how they continue to help fuel our mission.
Community Soldier Ride
Help raise critical funds and show warriors they are never alone by joining us in Babylon or the Hamptons for this unique cycling experience.
Courage Awards & Benefit Dinner
Our annual veteran charity event honoring the success of warriors and the impact of WWP.
Gift In Kind
You don’t need money to make an impact. Donating items or time can go a long way in supporting our warriors.
Support Our Partners
Learn more about how to assist our nation’s heroes and support our partners today!
Warrior Week is a 7-day livestreaming event benefiting the injured veterans whom Wounded Warrior Project serves. Streamers come together in honor of Veterans Day to raise awareness and critical funds so that WWP can provide life-changing programs to wounded warriors and their families.
Empower the warrior community and volunteer in veteran fundraisers.
“My dad, my dad's father, and my mom's father and stepfather all served in the military,” David said. “It’s a big tradition in my family, and I knew the first time I heard about Wounded Warrior Project, I wanted to try to honor their service by supporting a cause worthy of their memory.”
"The bake sale was a community project that I started seven years ago," Haley said. "However, I have involved the school to a much bigger extent in the last few years through the club I started – Wounded Vets 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."
I spent several years researching what could I do to really make a difference that would not only assist current the generation of September 11 victims, but the next generation of men and women who will serve and sacrifice for this nation," Craig said. "That's why I am walking across the country spreading the word about Wounded Warrior Project at every stop."