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Today, we have more than 2 million disabled veterans who have been severely wounded in the line of duty. This figure does not include the growing number of soldiers who suffer from PTSD. All of these soldiers had dreams about what their future would be like. These dreams were shattered for many in the line of duty.
The volunteers who dedicate their time to Operation Injured Soldiers have a very important goal; and that goal is to connect with individuals and corporations wishing to provide a token of appreciation to the brave men and women who have fought for our nation's freedom.
This "thank you" is a small price to pay for all that they have given to us. Without them, the U.S. would not be the great country that it is today.
THEY GAVE MUCH MORE THAN THEY RECEIVE FOR OUR FREEDOM
Wounded veterans of the present War on Terrorism and the past wars must struggle every day to overcome life-changing sacrifices such as the loss of a limb, significant burns, and the reality of being in a wheelchair. The mission of Operation Injured Soldiers is to help the people who have given so much on our behalf overcome these obstacles and resume a productive and fulfilling life through programs that help them get back into their personal hobbies.
NOW IT'S OUR TIME TO SHOW OUR APPRECIATION
Operation Injured Soldiers partners with corporate sponsors, individual contributors, and volunteers to provide an easy and meaningful way for individuals and corporations to help these veterans and their families carry out meaningful lives.
You can help by means of direct tax-deductible donations, participating in programs that raise money, giving your time, as well as corporate sponsorships. One-hundred percent of all money contributed goes directly to service-members and their families.
IT TAKES ALL OF US
When we work together, the results of our efforts are clear. The men and women who are heroes from the battlefield return home to be heroes to their families and communities.