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pm_button___new_copy.jpgPAYNE-MASON, America's Premiere Manufacturer of Luxury Lifestyle Products, is a proud to announce that a portion of the proceeds from several sale promotions will be donated to Wounded Warrior Project.  Additionally, Payne-Mason recently provided course credentials and hospitality lodge access to several members of the Wounded Warrior Project during the 2009 Masters.  For more information on Payne-Mason, Inc please visit paynemason.com.  


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  • Dream Home Raffle to benefit Wounded Warrior Project
    Nicodemus Inc., a Florida non-profit corporation is raffling million dollar custom homes to benefit Wounded Warrior Project (WWP). The homes selected for raffle are truly dream homes valued at 1 million dollars and up. Tickets can be purchased at www.floridadreamhomeraffle.com.  
  • Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Announces Support for Soldier Ride from Boston Scientific

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla., April 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Soldier Ride, a program of Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) that provides key rehabilitation opportunities for wounded members of the armed services and raises public awareness for those severely injured during military service, proudly welcomes Boston Scientific as a national supporter.


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  • iWon.com Team Challenge benefits Wounded Warrior Project

    The iWon.com Wounded Warrior Project Team - Code Name: "Wounded Warriors" - was created by a disabled mom suffering from Lupus.  Judy Moyer-Spencer has three children, two that are currently in the military. The team has an active and passionate membership, many are veterans or families of wounded warriors.  In the first four months of the IWON Team Challenge program’s launch,  the WWP team took first place in the User-Generated category (from Sept. – Dec. ), earning $10,000 each time.  In January and February of 2009, the WWP team won second place, earning $2,000 each time. 



  • New WWP director began veterans advocacy in school
    Steven Nardizzi's passion for helping wounded veterans began as a temporary job to help him afford night classes at law school. Fifteen years later, he says, it is the longest temporary job he's held, but his passion still burns brightly.

    He is the new executive director of the Jacksonville-based national Wounded Warrior Project, a private, nonprofit dedicated to help those who have given of their bodies, minds and spirits for the country's freedom.



  • A Book, A Buck and a Bag
    When you buy A Bold Fresh Piece of Reality on BillOReilly.com, a copy will be sent to a soldier, plus Random House will donate $1 to the Wounded Warrior Project with the Winifred and William O'Reilly Foundation matching each dollar donated...and you get a free Wounded Warrior Project tote bag!  For more information, visit www.BillOReilly.com. You can download an excerpt from the book here.
  • WWP Applauds Senators Akaka and Burr for Family Caregiver Support Legislation

    Jacksonville, FL (April 2, 2009) – Today, Wounded Warrior Project applauds Senator Daniel Akaka (D-HI) and Senator Richard Burr (R-NC) for their introduction of new legislation, the Family Caregiver Program Act of 2009, to assist the family caregivers of the most severely wounded veterans.  WWP also pledges their strongest support for this vitally needed legislation. Senator Akaka is the Chairman of the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee and Senator Burr is the ranking member. 



  • Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) Appoints New CEO

    Jacksonville, FL (March 5, 2009) - Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) announced today the naming of Steven Nardizzi as Chief Executive Officer of the organization, a non-profit whose mission is to honor and empower wounded warriors. Nardizzi is the successor to WWP Founder John Melia who will remain affiliated and involved with the organization.

    “I am humbled and honored that Wounded Warrior Project’s Board of Directors has provided me the opportunity to lead the WWP team into the future. My pledge to our warriors, their families, our donors and supporters is that we will continue to serve with the same passion and dedication as WWP’s great Founder, John Melia,” stated Nardizzi.


  • Project Odyssey Aims to Teach Coping Skills for Combating Post-Traumatic Stress
    -Together with the Wildcatter Ranch, warriors to utilize natural surroundings to find peace, rediscover trust and start their personal journey to heal-

    Jacksonville, FL (February 12, 2009)- Wounded Warrior Project and the Wildcatter Ranch announced today that they will host 16 wounded warriors as part of WWP’s Project Odyssey program to combat post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).  Project Odyssey brings together veterans with PTSD and readjustment challenges for activities that offer healthy support in the healing process.


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Trace Adkin's tribute, Til the Last Shot's Fired (live as performed for our veterans at the 2009 ACM Awards) is now available for download on iTunes.  Click the link below to get your copy now.  Sales proceeds for this song will benefit WWP.
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