‘Without Wounded Warrior Project, I Would Have Been Lost,’ Says Veteran

Sponsored content by Wounded Warrior Project Andrew served 24 years in the Army National Guard, including two years in the Middle East. When Andrew received a cancer diagnosis in 2019, nine years after being honorably discharged, Wounded Warrior Project was there to help. “They fought for me even when I wasn’t willing to fight for myself,” says Andrew. “Without Wounded Warrior Project, I would have been lost.” Aleks Morosky, Government Affairs Deputy Director at Wounded Warrior Project, says the organization provides multiple services for the veterans they serve – and their families, including mental health services for invisible wounds like PTSD, physical health and wellness programs, career assistance, and much more. “And warriors never pay a penny,” he says. “They paid their dues on the battlefield.” Hear more about Andrew’s experience in the video above. Visit woundedwarriorproject.org/notalone to learn more about Wounded Warrior Project and their life-changing programs for our nation’s veterans and their families.