“2018 provided powerful examples of warriors living our logo – one warrior carrying another – when they need each other most. 2019 is an opportunity to reach more servicemembers around the nation with lifesaving programs and services.” - WWP CEO Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Mike Linnington
"I had my moments when I wanted to give up, but a visitor from Wounded Warrior Project came to my room one day with a backpack... and he promised me that Wounded Warrior Project would never leave me behind," said Army veteran Mark Lalli.
"Wounded Warrior Project gave me the tools to transition from Sergeant Crutch back to Lisa," she said. "It was easy to go from Lisa to Sergeant Crutch, but without Wounded Warrior Project I don't know if I would have made it back."
Every year, to learn more about warriors' physical, social, economic, and mental health needs, WWP conducts the nation's largest and most comprehensive survey of veterans who have sustained physical and hidden injuries of these wars.