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Mission To support the wounded military members and their caregivers by honoring their service with donations to aide in their rehabilitation. Our funding is supported through donations that are received from the community and other non-profit organizations.

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Operation Honoring Gallagher is underway. Heading to Arlington, VA today for a dear friend's funeral tomorrow at the Arlington National Cemetary. CSM (R) Bob Gallagher will be laid to rest among our Nation's finest. Bob was a highly decorated combat Veteran who fought in Panama, in Somalia, and in Iraq. He earned a Silver Star, two Bronze Stars (One with a V), and two Purple Hearts among other awards and decorations. His last job with the U.S. Army was commanding the Army's Wounded Warrior Program at Walter Reed. We had the privilege and having Bob join us to be honored as one of our Heroes Behind the Camo at the NASCAR race in Daytona. I thought it would be fitting to honor Bob's service and memory with an SUV full of donations for the WW's at Walter Reed, where he last served his comrades. Bob you are truly missed and I am better for knowing you. (4 photos) ...

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Romy and Gaby tearing it up in Washington, DC for Stay in Step! ...

Last night, we had a great event with Stay In Step founders Romy and Gaby Camargo. Washington Redskins FB Darrell Young joined us to talk about Facing The Blitz not only in football, but in life as Romy and Gaby are every day. A blitz is an opportunity for big victories and the Camargo story is much bigger than their own success - they are helping paralyzed veterans and citizens in Tampa Bay who need a world class rehabilitation facility. Darrell, Romy and Gaby in one picture, Jimmy, Romy and Gaby in the other.

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I puttered around the gym yesterday whining a bit, then read about Adam Keyes, triple amputee and U.S. Army combat veteran who completed the Boston Marathon. When you feel like whining a little bit, pop on Operation Ward 57's facebook page and see daily stories about the resiliancy of the men and women who have been treated in Ward 57 at Walter Reed Hospital. Adam has been treated at Walter Reed for over 4 years and has had the same smile on his face every time I see him. #perspective #adamstrong, #outstanding ...

Completed the #bostonmarathon2015 ! It was a tough first marathon for me but myself and the whole #achillies #freedomteam finished. The level of emotion behind this marathon and all the crowd cheering us on the entire time deffiently made me push harder to finish. Thank you Boston for everything, my team and I will always remember this crazy day! #Bostonstrong !!

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Wise Guys Diner raised $1,000 for us last year and they are at it again! They have the biggest hearts and support our efforts whenever they can. Please come out if you an for this Spaghetti Dinner. Share the event page with your friends. Fuhgeddaboudit! ...

Wise Guys Diner is holding a spaghetti dinner fundraiser to benefit the NYS WARRIOR ALLIANCE. Dinner will consist of salad, bread with butter, a pop, 2 meatballs and all you can eat spaghetti. Cost is $8.50 with proceeds going to the NYS WARRIOR ALLIANCE. We will also have dessert available for an additional fee. Also a 50/50 raffle. Everyone working that evening are volunteering their time for this worthy cause. All tips are also donated. We look forward to serving you and helping those that SACRIFICED SO MUCH FOR US. Thank you for your support

Spaghetti dinner for NYS WARRIOR ALLIANCE

April 30, 2015, 8:00pm - April 30, 2015, 8:00pm

Wise Guys Diner

Wise Guys Diner is holding a spaghetti dinner fundraiser to benefit the NYS WARRIOR ALLIANCE. Dinner will consist of salad, bread with butter, a pop, 2 meatballs and all you can eat spaghetti. Cost is $8.50 with proceeds going to the NYS WARRIOR ALLIANCE. We will also have dessert available for an additional fee. Also a 50/50 raffle. Everyone working that evening are volunteering their time for this worthy cause. All tips are also donated. We look forward to serving you and helping those that SACRIFICED SO MUCH FOR US. Thank you for your support

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  1. Would like to make a donation in memory of Richard Follette.Do you have on line giving on your web site?

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