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For more about how Wounded Warrior Project® connects, serves, and empowers Wounded Warriors, click here.

Kids are amazingly resilient, but military life asks a lot of them. Children in military families move six to nine times before graduating high school, according to the National Board for...

Is the heat making you feel a little cranky? You might not realize you’re dehydrated. Even at low levels, dehydration can put a strain on your energy and mood. It’s easy to lose fluids quickly in the heat of summer...

Recently, 4-year-old Jayden Magliaro whipped up some lemonade, iced tea, and baked goods to sell in support of the warriors WWP serves...

The U.S. Senate recently approved the MISSION Act – with a strong vote of 92-5. This legislation is considered one of the largest and most comprehensive reform bills ever passed.

Victoria Magnus, director of the Magnus Charitable Trust, is supporting WWP through her philanthropic work in the Chicago community.

The event recognizes the service and dedication of those who make WWP’s mission possible and inspire others to do more for our nation’s wounded warriors. Three awards were given out...

Wounded Warrior Project is not known for building homes for veterans. And many people outside of WWP program alumni don’t know that WWP is one of the best sources...

The Wounded Warrior Project Soldier Ride returned to Washington, DC for its annual events at the White House and Annapolis. This multi-day adaptive cycling event gave more than 70 wounded warriors and their caregivers a chance to connect...

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) began 15 years ago as a grassroots effort to provide clothing and comfort items to injured veterans.

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) took its legislative agenda to congressional leaders while testifying on Capitol Hill.

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