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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We had the honor of being one of the Veteran organizations that were selected to benefit from a portion of the proceeds from the Simpson Cup that was held at Oak Hill Country Club last September. The highlight of this event was getting to know the founder of the On Course Foundation USA John Simpson and his son Ben, who are passionate about working with wounded warriors in the world of golf. They flew back to Rochester to present this generous check to the New York Warrior Alliance, along with Cheol Kessler who worked tirelessly in managing this wonderful event at Oak Hill. Thank you Gentlemen, we are so grateful and this generous donation will serve our Warriors well! Until we meet again! ...

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Photos from New York Warrior Alliance's post (7 photos) ...

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Happy Thanksgiving to all. Thinking of the many men and women that we have met over the last 9 years of this ministry and wanting them to know we have not forgotten them. We are thankful everyday for your sacrifice. Today we especially remember the men and women deployed around the world and in harms way. May God protect you and comfort you always. ...

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Walter Reed - Operation Wounded Warrior 2016 (50 photos) ...

To all of the individuals who donated funds this year, brought a piece of clothing for us to deliver, or organized fund raising efforts on our behalf, words can't thank you enough. All of your collective efforts enabled us to touch the lives of so many and fulfill our mission on this 9th annual trip to Walter Reed. With beautiful personalized ornaments, back packs filled with items of convenience and comfort, a truck and SUV packed to the roof with supplies to refill the Warrior Transition Brigade and the American Red Cross's supply rooms dedicated to the Warriors and their families. The pictures capture a lot of the trip, but pictures and words struggle to capture all the moments with the Warriors and their Caregivers. Our truck was met by 4 Volunteers to help us unload box after box. These were not just Volunteers, they were Caregivers who live at Walter Reed who have a Warrior that they are dedicated to caring for every day. They were here to help us, when our sole purpose is to be there to help them. After visiting our table, one Caregiver returned to her apartment and came back with a thank you card for us. Seriously? Our mission that day was to show our gratitude to them. So humbled, so touched to be witness the great examples of such human spirit and God's grace. The privilege is truly ours. @[100011573149535:2048:Brenda Lopez D'Ambrosia]@[663479384:2048:Dawn Delise]DeVine, @[514671807:2048:Sally Lechner] @[1540417318:2048:Trisha Benning], @[1289367581:2048:Carol E. Kusse Culhane], Northfield Church - Pittsford, NY

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Today is the day! We are at Walter Reed for our 9th annual visit to show wounded warriors and their families how much we appreciate them. 🎗🇺🇸 ...

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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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