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Back in October, we had the pleasure of visiting with and delivering another load of care packages to injured troops recovering at BAMC/SAMMC in San Antonio, Texas. Once again, this was an honor and a pleasure. We met some incredible American heroes … Continue reading
Care packages arrived at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland on Monday, May 7, 2012. The packages will be delivered to recovering troops by the staff of WRNMMC throughout the week!
Afflicted War Heroes will have an awareness booth set up at the SFW Utah County Chapter Banquet in Orem, Utah on Friday, March 16. 2012 at 5:30pm. Tickets are still available but going fast. Click HERE to register.
February 21st through the 25th, 2012 Liberty Tax Military Appreciation Week: Free tax returns for all US Veterans and Active Duty Military at the Cottonwood Heights location. 1844 E. Ft. Union Blvd, Cottonwood Heights, Utah. Call (801)432-7014 for additional information.
Disabled Veterans National Foundation (DVNF) has generously donated $4000 to Afflicted War Heroes for use with travel accomodations for injured heroes and their families. If you are in need of travel assistance to visit your hero during recovery, please email email@example.com … Continue reading
It is time for the 2nd Annual Afflicted War Heroes Garage Sale happening April 30, 2011 in South Jordan, Utah! All proceeds raised at the AWH Garage Sale will go directly to wounded soldiers and their families to help them … Continue reading
Please click here for details on our Military Appreciation Lunch held this Saturday at the Saratoga Springs Liberty Tax office. Free tax returns to all Veterans and Active Duty Military. $2o donated to Afflicted War Heroes for each paid tax … Continue reading
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Dear Supporters, We want to extend a very sincere THANK YOU to our supporters (YOU) for making 2010 a great year for Afflicted War Heroes. AWH began in March with a goal to raise $11,000 and we raised over $12,000. … Continue reading