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Elliott Broidy Supports Wounded Warrior Project in 2016
Elliott Broidy continues to support the charity and their focus on the four pillars of the healing process.
By: Elliott Broidy
WWP has recently taken injured service members on the three-day hike to increase camaraderie with their fellow wounded veterans. WWP sees Engagement as one of four pillars, along with Mind, Body and Economic Empowerment, in the healing process for injured servicemen and women. The goal is to encourage camaraderie through events like this weekend's hike and camp, so wounded veterans can build and expand their support structure. Between dealing with rough terrain and the weather, wounded veterans learned about WWP programs and bonded over their shared adventure.
Wounded Warrior Project listens to the needs of all our more than 81,000 registered Alumni. More than 80 cents of every dollar raised, goes to support wounded veterans. Through the 2015 annual Alumni Survey, WWP can adjust programs and services to meet the needs of wounded veterans. See the results or download the executive summary at woundedwarriorproject.org/
Since 2003, WWP has grown its lifesaving programs and services to meet the growing needs of the constituency it serves. Currently WWP provides support to more than 80,000 injured service members and over 13,000 caregivers and family support members through 20, free programs and services. These programs and services are uniquely structured to engage warriors, nurture their minds and bodies, and encourage economic empowerment. Through a high-touch and interactive approach, WWP's vision is to foster the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation's history.
Elliott Broidy graduated with an MBA from the USC Marshall School Business. He went on to start Broidy Capital Management in 1991. The success of his investment firm has helped Elliott Broidy become a leading philanthropist with numerous projects. Elliott Broidy was appointed by Secretary Michael Chertoff to serve on the United States Homeland Security Advisory Council and was a member of the Board of Directors for the Los Angeles Police Foundation. Elliott Broidy was also appointed by the President to serve on the Board of Trustees of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington. Visit here: https://twitter.com/
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