Keystone Wounded Warriors

Wounded Warriors

Keystone Wounded Warriors is this week’s featured organization in the “12 Weeks of Christmas” program, and has been presented with a $1,000 donation from First Generation. Keystone Wounded Warriors (KWW), an Eastern Pennsylvania non-profit organization, offers financial, physical and mental support to wounded veterans, specifically those wounded on or post-9/11.

Keystone Wounded WarriorsIt is sometimes very difficult for wounded veterans to make the transition from military to civilian life, and KWW is there to help. To honor the sacrifices made by our brave soldiers in all branches of the United States Military, KWW hosts races throughout the year to raise awareness and funds for the cause. One such race is the First Annual Bensalem Wounded Warrior 5K Run/Walk, which will be held on Saturday, November 9, 2013 at Bensalem High School at 9:30 am. Runners and walkers (competitive and leisure) of all ages are welcome to attend in support for the troops and veterans.

305296_165074993576119_2085964362_nIf you would like to support KWW, you can do so by making donations, attending events or purchasing their apparel and gear. Funds donated to KWW are used to support local post-9/11 veterans and their families located in or with ties to Pennsylvania. The remaining funds are donated to national post-9/11 wounded veterans organizations.

For more information on Keystone Wounded Warriors or to learn how you can help ease the burdens on our local veterans and their families, please visit the links below.

•    Learn more about Keystone Wounded Warriors
•    Donate to Keystone Wounded Warriors
•    Sponsor Keystone Wounded Warriors
•    Like Keystone Wounded Warriors on Facebook

1KeystoneWoundedWarriorslogoBe sure to check back often to see who will be receiving the next donation from First Generation through The 12 Weeks of Christmas! Like First Generation on Facebook and follow @FirstGenCom on Twitter for more updates!

To learn more about First Generation, visit www.firstgencom.com.

 

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