"The bond between a Marine and Corpsman is a bond like no other. It's tremendously personal--they're willing to take a bullet for you. It's a job that I never took lightly."
--retired Navy corpsman, Junior Rodriguez.
This week, we’re once again asking you to join us to help Warrior Foundation Freedom Station, a fantastic organization that aims to send ill and injured service members home for Christmas.
Our rather ambitious goal this year (given the pandemic) is to raise $500,000 by 10am Pacific on Friday, November 20. In spite of the challenges brought-on by the pandemic, we’re confident that with your help--we can do it!
The A&G Show has been involved with WFFS for a number of years, and we know that this fundraiser is not only a great idea--but it's something we owe to our troops. We owe all those who have given so much for our country.
We owe you back.
As part of the effort, we’ll be talking to some of the warriors who have been helped by Warrior Foundation Freedom Station. After all--they can explain what happens there better than we can.
One of those warriors is Junior Rodriguez, a retired corpsman from the U.S. Navy. Junior is an injured warrior who’s been assisted by Warrior Foundation Freedom Station--and is now assisting others--which is too cool for words!
Listen to the Armstrong & Getty Select Cuts Podcast to learn about Junior's life and his Warrior Foundation Freedom Station experience.
About Warrior Foundation Freedom Station
Founded in 2004, Warrior Foundation Freedom Station is a leading force in assisting, honoring and supporting the military men and women who have bravely served and sacrificed for our country. The foundation provides ill and injured warriors with quality-of-life items, support services and transitional housing designed to assist them and their families during recovery.
Warrior Foundation Freedom Station assists four main groups of warriors:
· The seriously injured returning home from war with immediate medical and emotional needs.
· Those suffering from post-traumatic stress (PTS) and/or traumatic brain injury (TBI).
· Physical and occupational therapy patients who are recovering and/or receiving medical care at military medical facilities.
· Transitioning warriors who are medically retiring and transitioning to civilian life.
Warrior Foundation Freedom Station is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. We proudly hold Charity Navigator’s 4-star rating, the highest possible rating, demonstrating our adherence to sector best practices and commitment to transparency. Attaining a 4-star rating verifies that Warrior Foundation Freedom Station exceeds industry standards and outperforms most other charities in America.
If you'd prefer to send a donation via mail, please use this address:
Warrior Foundation/Freedom Station
1223 1/2 28th St, Suite A
San Diego, CA 92102