Wounded Warrior Project
Virginia Rush is a Proud Supporter of the Wounded Warrior Project..
Rush Cup and Ralph Downey Memorial Day tournament were accepted by WWP as proud supporter events.
To learn why Virginia Rush applied to become a WWP supporter, Meet a Warror.
Or take few moments to read about Sgt. Jason Ross,USMC, a severely wounded by an I.E.D March 2011 in Afghanistan. His father has chronicled Jason's journey in the National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD.
What is clear in reading about these warriors is depth of their character, honor, duty, sacrifice, and resilience. Even the the resilient need assistance to transition from the life they were to have to the new life they must make. Mr. Ross and Sgt Ross have been supported by the WWP and other organizations.
Not much time, watch the announcment video of a partnership announcement by WWP. It includes Chad Watson, a marine, who lost a leg in Iraq 2006. He speaks to what the WWP pack meant to him.
The needs are many and funding is limited. Virginia Rush's goal is to raise $300,00 in a calendar year.
WWP approved organizations are provided a personalized WWP webpage to collect donations online. All online donations are processed by WWP and donors will receive an email receipt for their tax-deductible donation. Join the Virginia Rush team and make the honor roll by donating to WWP today, do not let one be forgotten!
Want to write a check: Make checks payable to Wounded Warrior Project, mail to Virginia Rush WWP - 2181 Landstown Rd, VA Beach VA 23456. Checks received will be recorded in our WWP donation page towards our and sent to WWP.
Don't let even one be forgotten!
Founded in 2003 by a group of veterans and friends moved by stories of the first wounded service members return home from Afghanistan and Iraq, took action to help others in need. What started as a program to provide comfort items (WWP Backpack) to wounded warriors has grown into a complete rehabilitative effort to assist warriors as they recover and transition back to civilian life.
Tens of Thousands of wounded warriors and caregivers received support each year through WWP programs designed to nurture the mind and body, and encourage economic empowerment and engagement.