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Big thanks for including Wounded Warriors-Sons & Daughers of America in your Memorial Day coverage. We, along with you, hope that this coverage will be a blessing to the wounded and their families that we will serve.

 

Big thanks to KREX-TV in Grand Junction for giving us some time on the news this past Memorial Day. As Kalvin was out remembering and honoring the sacrifices of those who have gone before and publicizing the present-day work of Wounded Warriors – Sons and Daughters of America for our wounded veterans, astute KREX reporters grabbed him for this interview:

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KJCT8-News blessed our organization today with helping to get the word out about our cause. Thanks KJCT8 for your service to our wounded warriors.

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Here’s the story they posted on their site:

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo., – A nationally recognized non profit has kicked off a fundraiser to help fund a local wellness center for veterans who suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

 

The Wounded Warriors-Sons And Daughters of America is hoping to raise enough money to secure a facility for veterans and their families to come to in Crawford and receive a much deserved healing retreat. Therapies will include group therapy, safe-haven rooms, equine therapy, massage therapy, and numerous wellness technologies.

 

“Soldiers give all of themselves. Their time, their energy. They answer the call that was asked of them to go and defend our country. The question is why aren’t we doing this, why don’t we have a facility like this now to be able to house them and be able to say thank you for all that you’ve done,” WW-SAD program coordinator Kalvin Evans said.

 

The fundraising goal for WW-SAD is an initial $3,000,000 for the property, remodel, programs and staffing.

 

The non profit is hoping to launch the program in January of next year, but if they do not raise the money by June 20th the property will go to auction.