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The KWVA, Sussex County, Delaware presents the Wounded Warrior Fund, it is being sponsored and administered by KWVA, Sussex County - Bill Carr Chapter #1.

 

 Nine $5,000 Donations Made from Wounded Warrior Fund
To
Recovering Wounded Soldiers and their Families in the Mid-Atlantic Area

January 2016


Two Representatives of the Good Shepard Fund at Dover AFB pose with members of
the Korean War Veterans Association.
Shown are (l-r) Lt. Col. (Ret) David Miller, treasurer of the Wounded Warrior Fund and the local Chapter;
MSgt Larry Miller, SMSgt Steve Ousley and John Weidenhof

 

Check Presentation at 
Walter Reed Army Medical Center

June 30th 2011

Presentation of $20,000 check at Walter Reed Army Medical Center


December 7th 2010

 

Presenting $7,000 check to Walter Reed Society

 

 Presenting $8,000 check to Chaplain Helping Hands Fund

Left to right in picture: James Gonyea, Ed Johnson,
PFC Bo Darlington ,
Dan Bullis, George Goss, John Weidenhof
and Jim Wolfe                                               

Left to right: James Gonyea, Ed Johnson, John Weidenhof, PFC Darlington Chaplain Paul Buck, George Goss, Chaplain Norwood, Chaplain Ko

 

Christmas Cards, Phone Cards, Sweatshirts, and Candy from Delmarva Donars
Blankets, Caps, and Gift Cards donated by Investors of Lynhurst, New Jersey
were also presented

 

Check Presentation At Golf Tournament

A check for $12,00.00 was presented to Major David Bowerman, Chaplain at Walter Reed Army Medical Center

By: John Weidenhof on behalf of the KWVA Wounded Warrior Fund Bill Carr Chapter One of Sussex County, DE

UPCOMING TRIP

Our Trip to Walter Reed Army Medical Center
December 8, 2009

            

               Left to right - Jim Wolfe, John Weidenhof, Chaplain Howell, Ed Johnson, Bob Corsa,
 

Elks & KWVA visit WRAMC

Molly the Pony with her Artificial Limb visits WRAMC 

  Rehabilitation Room at WRAMC

                     

                        

Letter to KWVA from the Chaplains at Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Please click flag to read

which included 49 hand painted tote bags from
DelmarvaDecorativeArtists

      
The group includes Mothers, Grand Mothers and Great Grandmothers at least one lady is in her nineties, and two are ex-military nurses.  Examples of their work appear above.
Gift Basket

Donated by: Joann Sedei

Our second trip to Walter Reed took place Monday the 15th of December 2008, and we once again were able to present a check in the amount of $10,000.00 to be used by the Chaplain's for the
Operation Helping Hands Fund
We also delivered back packs, "T" shirts, journals, decks of cards, puzzles, word books, postage stamps, Christmas Cards for mailing, pens, paper and other small items needed


Left to right in the picture
Col. Rodger D. Criner, Jim Wolfe, George Goss, John Weidenhof, Col.Charles L. Howell, Edward J. Johnson

On the 7th of July we proudly presented a check in the amount of $10,000 on behalf of the Korean War Veteran's, Sussex County - Bill Carr Chapter #1 Wounded Warrior's Fund to Col. Howell to be used by the Chaplains for
Operation Helping Hands
Walter Reed Army Medical Center
    

It is our mission to provide support and comfort to our returning heroes.  Our future endeavors will depend on support from the community and from our members.  We pledge that 100% of all contributions will go directly to the soldier or their family and no funds will be used to cover administrative services.  It is important to us that all contributions reach the individuals they were meant to assist. 

We want to continue to support our returning warriors and their families as they deal with the stress and worry of financial strain as well as the physical and emotional stress related to recovery.  Being near to their loved one is an important part of the recovery process, and for many families it means a great deal of financial sacrifice to spend the hours needed to help their loved one recover from the injuries of war.  We want  to help with these various needs as they arise for both the soldier and their family. 

We believe every Warrior wants to get better, we call upon you for donations, because we believe with your help we can make a difference.

 

 

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