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copy and paste and see what WWP does for our troops. I put this up. as my son who was wounded in Iraq is a member of WWP and you will see him on the facebook page.
WWP has done great things for my son and helped him to be more independent and to get his life back.
THE VA IN HAWAII LET MY SON DOWN.
he was considered not to be able to get better with TBI and MS and to just get use to this new place. like he was a throw away. WWP and his family disagreed.
My son was "dumped" in an old folks home in Hilo,Hawaii on May 17th 2012 by his Xwife Carolee bullock/Bugayong/Yoshimura/caballo with the help of VA staff in Hilo,Hawaii. I couldn't get anyone to find out where he was ,as all ties had been cut by her to his family. so I called my friends the Harts in Hilo, and they found him in this home.I flew home on Dec. 17th 2012 and it took us until Jan.21st 2013 to get him to St. Louis and out of that place. the story on the lack of support by this place has been documented and the lack of support from many agencies who I had called. and then I called WWP while in Hilo, and asked what to do as I was not getting assistance. they walked me through on what to do . and once I got to St. Louis I got my son into VA system,a MS specialist,PT,OT, and WWP got him involved and to meet a lot of great wounded warriors like himself. this is the most remarkable program. they not only take care of the wounded but the "caregivers" check it out and get involved. it DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE
AS OUR SONS AND DAUGHTERS ARE NOT "THROW AWAYS"
Who We Are...A Soldier's Wish List (ASWL) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established to support our troops serving in combat zones. to let them know we are always grateful for what they do for us daily.
What We Do...Our goal is to fulfill the wishes of our troops to the best of our abilities. This is our small way of letting our brave troopers know that we care about them and appreciate their sacrifices.
pictures from Vietnam, 1968-69 ,my first set of adoptions
MEET THE PEOPLE WHO HAVE MADE A DIFFERENCE IN "WARRIORS LIVES"
WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT ALUM: DENNIS CABANTING,G.I. JOE,ANGELA PEACOCK,CHRIS MILLER,DANIEL ORD
contact: Julieann at email@example.com to get info. and all items must be new. and all be in by Nov. 11th.as all items to go out
CHRISTMAS FOR OUR TROOPS:
NEW MUCIS C.D'S
HAND HELD GAMES WITH BATTERIES
DIGITAL CAMERAS(THESE CAN BE SLIGHTLY USED)
FOOTBALLS,BASEBALLS,AND BATS,SOCCER, BASKETBALLS
TWIN SHEET SETS,PILLOWS
COFFEE MAKERS WITH FILTERS (SLIGHTLY USED)
RUBBER CLOGS VARIOUS SIZED XL AND XXL
HAND AN FEET WARMERS
SLIGHTLY USED MICROWAVES
MARLEYS BAR AND GRILL IN FERGUSON,MO. great friends huge supporters of our troops. this is owner Kelly Braun on the left front and friends/and Dennis with Jeff Fellows who with "homes for our troops" built dennis ramp for easy access to get in and out of the house/and me with the other owner of Marleys ,Martin Braun. Martin and Kelly Braun have the best place to hang out and enjoy great food.
Dinzebach construction. this is Jeanne and Mike Dinzebach who with a lot of other great people are going to build a studio apt. for this wounded warrior. Dennis Cabanting. I will keep you updated and informed