I must say that this experience will be etched within my life forever. The tremendous people that you meet while engaging this activity is the kind of people that you want to surround yourself around, because they ...
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David Evetts is a native Texan and proud San Antonian. He enjoys fishing along the Texas Gulf Coast and hunting in South and Central Texas. David served 6 years in the U...read more about David Evetts
Wounded Warriors in Action Foundation (WWIA) is a proud member of R4 Alliance
A membership of programs of excellence who are providing therapeutic and community-based recreation services to Our Military Family.
Wounded Warriors in Action
Established in 2007, the Wounded Warriors in Action Foundation (WWIA) is a national 501(c)(3) non-profit organization headquartered in Apollo Beach Florida. The WWIA is dedicated to serving our nation's combat wounded, Purple Heart recipients, by providing world-class outdoor sporting activities.
The Wounded Warriors in Action Foundation Inc. (WWIA) serves our Nation's combat wounded Purple Heart recipients by providing world-class outdoor sporting activities as a means to recognize and honor their sacrifice, encourage independence and connections with communities, and promote healing and wellness through camaraderie and a shared passion for the outdoors.
The country has been at war, now, for over ten years.
As of 7 January 2015, the combined number of post 9-11 service members wounded in action is 52,309. See U.S. Casualty Report
These men and women are our Nation's most treasured asset. Hunting and fishing provide excellent opportunities to assist our wounded veterans in recovering - mentally, physically, and spiritually from their war experiences.
The WWIA Goals
- Increase Self-Reliance
- Bolster Self-Confidence
- Enjoy the Great Outdoors
- Promote Spiritual Healing and Wellness
- Instill a Sense of Belonging
Grove Sun & Delaware County Journal - Christian Favalora
One professional angler has flipped his skills with a rod and reel into a booming charity for U.S. Military veterans, and he’s bringing his tour to Grand Lake this week.
Missouri-Kansas Chapter of WWIA
Joe Knorr(right) gave COO Dixon Gunther(left) a check for $22,000 from the fundraising efforts of the Missouri-Kansas Chapter of WWIA. This money was raised in support of their November Hunting Event and Fundraiser Dinner. Way to go Joe!
St. Croix Casino Danbury Fundraiser Nets over $11000!
St Croix Casino Danbury has donated funds to WWIA for the Wisconsin Healing Center at Camp Hackett in the amount of $11,967! This is the third year they have generously donated, bringing the combined total to $32,871. WOW! Outstanding effort. Special thanks to those pictured below: St. Croix Casinos Director of Marketing Jamie Buck, WWIA Founder, John McDaniel, along with Bruce Taylor, John Peake and Kellie Davis of St. Croix Casino Danbury.
Unicorr Packing Group nets our Heroes $22,988.39!!
Unbelievable. Look at what Unicorr Packing Group in the great state of Vermont did for our heroes!22,988.39!
Led by Mike and Debi Davenport, these tremendous folks blew the lid clean off...our single most successful fund raiser in WWIA history.
Please help us thank the employees and leadership of Unicorr!! WWIA & its Heroes salute the working men and women of America!
Friends of the NRA raise more than 9,000!!
Gracious fundraising and commitment to our heroes led the Friends of the NRA to raise $9,314!!
A very special thank you from our heroes and the WWIAF!
Harvest Land raise $12,500 for our heroes!!
Harvest Land employees (from left) Johnnie Blevins, Shane Young and Kevin Peterson (dressed as Santa Claus) present Mark Broda (second from right) of the Wounded Warriors In Action Foundation a check for $12,500 through the Delivering Honor program.