Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes

Wounded Warriors Family Support donated a new Ford Explorer to...

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Bois Forte Tribe Vehicle Donation

Bois Forte Tribe Vehicle Donat


Wounded Warriors Family Support donated a new Ford Explorer to the Bois Forte Tribe in Nett Lake, MN.  

"We will be using the vehicle to assist veterans in getting to medical and VA paperwork appts. And also for home...

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Combat Wounded Veteran Receives Special Truck at Marriott’s “Connect” Conference

Marriott Connect Conference


Vietnam War veteran, Michael Ferguson, received a special gift on Tuesday, Dec. 18th during Marriott International's Connect Conference at the Marriott  Marquis San Diego Marina in San Diego, CA. Mr. Ferguson received a...

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The Importance of Donating to Accredited Charities like Wounded Warriors Family Support


Wounded Warriors Family Support is a BBB and accredited charity, meeting all twenty standards for charity accountability. Focusing on Governance, Effectiveness, Finances, and Fundraising, the BBB continues to...

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Red Cliff Community Health Center Veteran’s Medical Transit

Red Cliff Van


The Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa, Red Cliff Community Health Center was awarded a 2018 Ford Transit Van from the Wounded Warriors Family Support organization. The van was unveiled to Veterans and community...

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Welding Training Program Review

Welding Training for Veterans


Welding Training Program for Veterans.

The Real Deal or Too Good to be True?

When I stumbled upon Wounded Warrior Family Support and their post on social media advertising a free training program for veterans to learn...

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