Welcome. Please take a moment and meet our beneficiaries; some of our beneficiaries are Wounded Service members and their families and some are Surviving Spouses and their children of our Fallen Heroes. All have made sacrifices for our Country. We consider them all Heroes and part of our family here at Wounded Heroes of America.

In some cases, we reach out to them offering help and other times they reach out to us in need of help and support. The majority of our beneficiaries have either been injured or their spouses have been killed in Operation Enduring Freedom or Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Our goal is to assist them financially each month for up to 18 months. If they have other needs and/or are in need of support, then we try to help with that as well (i.e. legal or financial matters, procuring special equipment, etc.). We want to help them as a way to say thank you for the sacrifices they have endured. Our hope is to create a long lasting friendship with them.

So, please take a look at this section. We created it to not only introduce our beneficiaries, but more importantly to honor and recognize the sacrifice they have made and continue to make as a result of their service to our Country. We must make sure that their sacrifice is never forgotten. Please join us in this endeavor.

Welcome. Please take a moment and meet our beneficiaries; some of our beneficiaries are Wounded Service members and their families and some are Surviving Spouses and their children of our Fallen Heroes. All have made sacrifices for our Country. We consider them all Heroes and part of our family here at Wounded Heroes of America.

In some cases, we reach out to them offering help and other times they reach out to us in need of help and support. The majority of our beneficiaries have either been injured or their spouses have been killed in Operation Enduring Freedom or Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Our goal is to assist them financially each month for up to 18 months. If they have other needs and/or are in need of support, then we try to help with that as well (i.e. legal or financial matters, procuring special equipment, etc.). We want to help them as a way to say thank you for the sacrifices they have endured. Our hope is to create a long lasting friendship with them.

So, please take a look at this section. We created it to not only introduce our beneficiaries, but more importantly to honor and recognize the sacrifice they have made and continue to make as a result of their service to our Country. We must make sure that their sacrifice is never forgotten. Please join us in this endeavor.

beneficiries

Moises:

Dear Fellow Veterans, Thank you for the sacrifice you have made and to all other veterans who have sacrificed. My name is Moises. I was in the US Army stationed with the First Cav Ft Hood Texas. In August of 2007 I volunteered to burn reeds down from a vantage point that the enemies were…

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Ron:

In April 2003-2004 I was deployed to Iraq to support OIF and returned again 2005-2006. I had been blown up by IEDs, been shot at, mortared I felt like I was invincible until the enemy blew up my truck with a pressure plate IED at which I sustained head trauma, I have TBI, PTSD and…

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Doraliza:

My dearest Brother and Sister, fellow Veterans; I am Doraliza and by the grace of God I am having the honor of addressing to you this letter. I am surrounded by Casey Anzack, the beautiful sister of our fallen Hero Joseph as she helps me write this letter to you. We are at the 9-11…

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Felipe A:

My name is Felipe and like most, if not all of you receiving this letter, I am a Veteran of the United States of America Military at arms. I served in the U.S. Army for 3 years and of those 3 years, half of my time of service was spent at my duty station of…

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Rigo:

A Todos Los Muchachos Brothers in Arms Hello to my fellow veteran’s my name is Rigoberto. I was in the United States Army attached to 1st Cav, Fort Hood Texas. I’m really thankful for being a part of your family. My story is very much like many Latino vets- I born in Mexico, state of…

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Jeremaih:

To my brothers and sisters in arms, My name is Jeremiah I am one of the FNG’s to the 9-11 foundation. I served with Bravo Company 3rd Battalion 187 Infantry Regiment out of Ft. Campbell, KY…101rst Airborne Division. I served along side Mr. Ceasare Shawn Trujillo. Just for a little background info, I was born…

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Claudia:

To all my fellow veterans who have proudly served. It’s been a few years since I’ve been part of this wonderful foundation (almost since the beginning) My Name is Claudia Carreon and I became a part of the 9/11Help America Foundation when I had just gotten out of inpatient treatment for TBI at Palo Alto…

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Jose:

My name is Jose Hernandez; my military career began in August 2004 when I was send to Iraq. The unit that I was supporting was third ID bravo battery. During my first tour of Iraq I was involved in a lot of combat operations that pertained to concurring and establishing new fob for future soldiers…

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Alex:

My name is Alex I am one of the new guys to the 9/11 foundation. I served with Alpha Company 1ST of the 75th Ranger Regiment out of Hunter Army Airfield, GA. I completed three combat tours with my unit, earned my Ranger Tab and a list of other Awards, Accommodations and ribbons. Before I…

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Erick:

Dear 911 HAF Friends, After constantly moving around for almost 10 years, life has taken me to California where I found not only a possibility for a better future, but I was also fortunate to find a second family in the 9-11 Help America Foundation. Back in 2003, I made the decision to join the…

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