A hot and humid day didn’t stop the Access-Jacksonville team from having a great day with the folks at Wounded Warrior Project, a non-profit that benefits soldiers who were injured in the line of duty. They spent Wednesday, July 1st learning about the organization and how they support post-9/11 veterans and their caregivers. The Jacksonville team toured the organization’s headquarters and learned about their different programs that aid veterans physically, emotionally, and financially.
Access presented a $5,000 check to the Wounded Warrior Project to support their work to aid with 10,000 warriors and with 100,000 being served by 2017. We are so proud to work with and support such a worthy cause.
Our involvement with the Wounded Warrior Project is one of the latest of our contributions to our communities as part of our ongoing “Making the Difference” Campaign.
Learn how you can “make the difference” too by visiting the Wounded Warrior Project’s website.