Log in to Amazon Smile and follow the step-by-step instructions explained in this article. From every qualifying item you buy, Amazon donates 0.5% of your total purchase price to Wounded Heroes of America. This support goes a long way at the end of the day because every cent matters.Read More
WHOA and Dive N’ Surf are working together to create a Scuba Diving Club that allows our Wounded Heroes to keep their bodies and minds active. The goal is USD 10,000 to pay for the equipment & gear, lessons, and certification our Wounded Heroes need to dive. Help us help them.Read More
It was sometime in the middle of October 2001. I took my daughter to get her braces, and, after being a good family guy, I felt the need to hit a bucket of balls and went to a nearby golf course. While there, out on the green, I had the idea to organize…Read More
Claudia, a mother of two from Tucson, Arizona, is a medically retired US Army Vet. In 2003 her unit was deployed to Iraq; where she was involved in a head-on collision on a fuel convoy. As a result, Claudia repeatedly loses her entire memory every 48-72 hours. VA diagnosed her with severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). Claudia is unemployable; no one will hire a veteran with memory limitations. At the moment, she is struggling to pay her mortgage and needs our support. Claudia served her country – Let’s help her now.Read More
At WHOA, we realized long ago the importance of working with others to accomplish our common goals.
One of the best examples of collaboration is our relationship with Beth Phillips and Furnishing Hope. This unbelievable foundation provides furniture to combat wounded veterans. It’s impressive that in only a few hours, they can dramatically change the lives of veterans and their families. Special thanks to Beth, Furnishing Hope, and all the great volunteers who bring joy to our heroes.
In the veteran non-profit world and the VA system, there are multiple groups that benefit from sports or activities as therapy. The camaraderie and the fellowship alone are utmost therapeutic, and the physical activity challenging in a good way. August 25, 2018, was our kick-off for the WHOA Scuba Diving Club! We are a good deal away from being able to call ourselves scuba divers, but we’re on our way. Special thanks to Chris and Thomas, managers at Dive N’ Surf, and to our adventurous heroes for making this happen.Read More
There are some things we do that really turnout to be special and worth building on. Taking our kids shopping for school clothes is one of those things- Not just shopping, but letting the kids choose and buy whatever they want. It’s a great day for everyone involved- Rotary gets a chance to get closer…Read More
Listen Up- When we say that fellowship is something the vets need as much as anything,it’s because we’ve seen firsthand—for years—the principal of “birds of a feather stick together.” The military is a brotherhood like no other. When warriors are in the thick of combat, it’s not about who is wrong or who is right;…Read More
“That’s what I’m talking about.” We have always strongly felt that the resources we need to make the life of our combat wounded veterans a little better are in the community. Cinco de Mayo 2018 is a great example of what’s possible when our community helps us out. They say a picture paints a thousand…Read More
Enough with the PTSD, the VA, and all the battles our vets have to fight on a daily basis. Even the kids needed a break. “Mom and Dad are stepping out to party”—Mardi Gras style. Saturday, April 7, about 50 vets and friends of WHOA let their hair down for a great evening of fun.…Read More