New York Warrior Alliance

Supporting Our Wounded Military Members and Their Caregivers

Our 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. An extension of our mission is to support Gold Star Families (families of the fallen).

New York Warrior Alliance started in 2007 originally as Operation Wounded Warrior, a Military Ministry.

How you can help

When one of our military members is wounded, their families suffer right beside them, often leaving their home quickly to spend long periods of time with their loved one as they recover at Walter Reed Medical Center.

New York Warrior Alliance is a local grass roots organization that collects donations of new clothing, toiletries, household supplies and more for our military members and their families. 100% of the proceeds go directly to our wounded warriors and their caregivers, and everything is hand delivered to Walter Reed and shipped to other VA hospitals.

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Walter Reed Military Medical Center

Your donations allow us to do some amazing things for our nation’s finest, their caregivers and their families!

Delivering the goods

We collect new goods throughout the year and then load them up to take to Walter Reed to our wounded military members and their caregivers.


After unloading our goods, they are placed on a distribution table for our wounded military members and/or their caregivers to choose from.

Products/gift cards

We distribute everything from diapers to winter coats to gift cards to make our wounded military  members and their caregivers as comfortable as possible during their stay.

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We are so grateful to the McNeil and Diehl Families for organizing the 8th Annual Honoring Heroes Golf Tournament that has raised funds for the New York Warrior Alliance. They have carried on the mission of their beloved Mac McNeil, who so tirelessly spent hours volunteering for our cause. Thank you to each member of this family that extended their time and effort to organize this special event for us. ... See MoreSee Less

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Such a wonderful day for this event. A huge thank you to the Greece American Legion Post 468 for all of the effort and support for organizing this event to benefit the New York Warrior Alliance and Patriot Guard Riders of NY HOTH Program. The weather was spectacular, the turnout was huge, and every single band that participated gave their all, donated their time, and gave awesome performances. We saluted two Warriors from NY, R.J. Siriani and James Hayes. Past Guests of Honor were there in support as well. Thank you to Mark Ostrander for all of your effort to organize, as well as Vision Automotive Group and A.P. Enterprises for their beyond generous corporate donations! ... See MoreSee Less

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💜Purple Heart Day on August 7 commemorates the creation of the oldest American military decoration for military merit. General George Washington created the Badge of Merit in 1782. The honor was to be presented to soldiers for “any singularly meritorious action.” Its design included a purple, heart-shaped piece of silk bound with a thin edge of silver. Across the face, the word Merit was embroidered in silver. While the badge symbolized the courage and devotion of an American Patriot, no one knows who designed the award.

Until Washington’s 200th birthday, the Purple Heart persisted as a Revolutionary War footnote. Through the efforts of General Douglas MacArthur, the U.S. War Department created the Order of the Purple Heart. Today the medal bears a bust of George Washington and his coat of arms.
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