Golfers who register for the Fight for Life Golf Series designate any nonprofit organization they want to receive their donation when they register. The following is a listing of all nonprofit organizations that have received donations from the Joan L. Kidd MD Fight for Life Golf Series. If you are a nonprofit organization that would like to receive donations from the Fight for Life Golf Series, please Contact Us.
1Voice Foundation offers 25 programs for pediatric cancer families in Tampa Bay. We fund and operate the only private pediatric cancer research lab in Tampa Bay, under the direction of Cameron Tebbi, M.D., who is developing the vaccine for leukemia. We are the VOICE for west central Florida pediatric cancer families on Capitol Hill. We have partnered with the Hillsborough County Schools to launch the initiative to open the 1Voice Academy, the first school in the United States for children with cancer. There is never a cost or fee for any of our programs and services.
Adaptive Golfers is bringing the game of Golf to all with different abilities thorough our Resources, including Virtual and online teaching courses for Golf and Allied Health and Rehabilitative Industries, our adaptive golf clinics, youth adaptive golf, motivational expositions, and first responders and veterans adaptive golf clinics. We provide quarterly updates covering adaptive golf resources, trends, latest techniques, and inspirational stories. We work with manufacturers and other organizations to help people with challenges discover the wonders and therapeutic values of Golf.
Advent Health Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit that directly supports Advent Health care facilities in Altamonte Springs, Apopka, Celebration, East Orlando, Kissimmee, Orlando, Winter Garden Winter Park, Lake Wales and Heart of Florida along with specialty services provided at Advent Health for Children and Advent Health for Women. In addition, our team fundraises for Advent Health University as well as for international missions in Central and South America, Southeast Asia and Africa. We were started by the community and we continue to operate as an extension of it.
Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation is changing the lives of children with cancer by funding impactful research, raising awareness, supporting families and empowering everyone to help cure childhood cancer. Every day, 700 children worldwide are diagnosed with childhood cancer. Yet, childhood cancer research only receives less than 4-percent of the National Cancer Institute’s annual budget. It is up to all of us to fund research and find cures, so that someday these children are cured.
All Saints Catholic Mission is humbly built with benches that don’t match…light bulbs exposed….a humble altar in front….and paint donated to us to paint outside and inside. The soup kitchen feed everyday all people all types, all races, religions. We feed freely without preaching to them. We believe the best message is a message of love in action. They know who we are by our actions. We have many volunteers daily and serve breakfast dinner, showers, shoes, clothes, showers, meds. and much more.
American Kidney Fund The American Kidney Fund fights kidney disease on all fronts as the nation's leading kidney nonprofit. AKF works on behalf of the 37 million Americans living with kidney disease, and the millions more at risk, with an unmatched scope of programs that support people wherever they are in their fight against kidney disease — from prevention through post-transplant living. AKF's vision is a world without kidney disease. Until that day comes, we believe that every kidney patient should have access to health care, and every person at risk for kidney disease should be empowered to prevent it.
Animal Welfare Institute since 1951 has been dedicated to reducing animal suffering caused by people. We seek better treatment of animals everywhere-in the laboratory, on the farm, in commerce, at home, and in the wild, by engaging policy makers, scientists, industry, and the public to achieve these goals of better treatment of animals. Another important program for AWI also works with Congress to pass, strengthen, and defend laws to protect animals.
Anne Arundel County Food Bank Anne Arundel County Food Bank fights hunger by assuring that all in need, especially children, have access to food and other resources. It is the only multi-service agency in Maryland that provides food, nutritional supplements, medical equipment, and more to those in need – free of charge. It’s our mission to fight hunger by assuring that all those in need, especially children, have access to food and other basic necessities. Our programs provide a safety net to help clients out of crisis, become stable, and ultimately work towards self-sufficiency.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals® was the first humane society to be established in North America and is, today, one of the largest in the world.Our organization was founded on the belief that animals are entitled to kind and respectful treatment at the hands of humans and must be protected under the law. Headquartered in New York City, the ASPCA maintains a strong local presence, and with programs that extend our anti-cruelty mission across the country, we are recognized as a national animal welfare organization.
Billy Walker Evangelistic Association mission is to provide a youth camp and conference ministry for youth spiritual and moral guidance. Billy Walker is the Vice President of the Association, which was founded by his father and oversees the summer ministry of Hiawatha Youth Camp for Michigan youth. He also oversees the concert and crusade ministry of the One Voice Trio, which is Billy, his wife Laurie and his brother Craig. He also serves as the Pastor of Calvary Church in Southgate, Michigan and has led the church through a time of transition, including the move to a new eleven acre campus.
The Blood Cancer Foundation of Michigan is a non-profit organization that has been dedicated to addressing the emotional, financial, and social needs of patients and families affected by blood cancer across Michigan for nearly 70 years. Master’s level professionals personalize critical education and support services to each patient and family member, elevating their ability to cope and heal – from diagnosis, through treatment and beyond. Today, we serve more than 2,800 patients and 8,700 family members across the state. Since our first year of service delivery, we have supported more than 30,000 patients, and members of their families.
Blue Line Tennessee is a Non-Profit Foundation with the goal of raising money to help the families, Departments and other groups (organizations) who support law enforcement officers who have selflessly given their lives in the line of duty or are seriously injured. Blue Line Tennessee will also raise money and support for Tennessee Officers who participate in the Police Unity Tour each year. We will create events & fundraisers in order to raise money for the causes we support, also with the Goal of bridging the gap between Law Enforcement and the communities they live and work in
Cancer Family Care Foundation for fifty years has been providing support for cancer patients and their families in the Cincinnati, Ohio-Northern Kentucky area. Our mission is to strengthen the well-being and alleviate the suffering of any child, adult, or family coping with cancer by providing therapeutic counseling, education, support, and hope to children, adults and families touched by cancer.
Cancer Research Institute Since 1953, we've led the field with support for immunotherapy research and clinical trials. Together with our donor, patient, and scientist communities, we continue to fund revolutionary breakthroughs to cure all types of cancer. By harnessing the innate powers of the body's immune system, immunotherapy treatments have the potential to achieve complete, long-lasting remissions and cures for all types of cancer. Immunotherapy is already saving lives, and while responses vary from patient to patient, with further research we can bring more effective treatments to more cancer patients
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is the world's leader in the fight against CF, and our scientific portfolio reflects our drive to provide effective treatments and — one day — a cure to every individual with this disease. The journey to end CF isn't a straight line. It's an evolving map with many paths and unique challenges. It requires an ambitious research agenda to accelerate treatments and drug development for the underlying cause of the disease, and ultimately deliver a cure. The mission of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is to cure cystic fibrosis and to provide all people with CF the opportunity to lead long, fulfilling lives.
Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption is about finding forever families for children in foster care. Every day, more than 50 youth age out of foster care without a permanent family. Children enter foster care through no fault of their own because of abuse or neglect. They deserve a safe, loving home. As the Founder Dave Thomas said “These children are not some else’s responsibility. They are our responsibility.” Our signature programs: Wendy’s Wonderful Kids, Adoption friendly workplace, National Adoption Day, and Awareness.
The Foundation Daytona State College provides financial assistance to students and funding for critical needs that are beyond the scope of the College’s budget. The Foundation exists to assist anyone interested in investing in the lives of students and to connect the College’s values and its merit with all who seek to learn and support Daytona State College. The Foundation provides financial assistance to students and funding for critical needs that are beyond the scope of the budget of Daytona State College.
Emily’s Entourage is the only non-profit organization dedicated to fast-tracking research and drug development for rare, nonsense mutations of Cystic Fibrosis. Started in 2011 on Emily’s family’s living room floor, EE has raised over $10 million to support life-saving breakthroughs — and it’s all because of the endless passion and power of our Entourage. Made up of thousands of supporters, followers, and volunteers from around the globe, this Entourage is bound by a steadfast tenacity, commitment and the shared belief that Emily and everyone like her deserve hope for a future.
Fight Colorectal Cancer Our Mission: We fight to cure colorectal cancer and serve as relentless champions of hope for all affected by this disease through informed patient support, impactful policy change, and breakthrough research endeavors. Our Vision: A world where everyone affected by colorectal cancer has the power to connect, learn and act for the collective good.
First Responders Children’s Foundation supports the children and families of our first responder heroes who risk their lives every day in service to our communities. Our programs target areas where first responders and their families are most challenged, and where resources of the Foundation can have the most impact in the areas of scholarships, Financial assistance, and bereavement assistance. We have been supporting first responder children and their families for twenty years.
First Tee Central Florida began as a partnership among the major golf governing bodies in America, to make golf affordable and accessible for all kids. As we introduced the game, we also introduced a life skills curriculum that supported the development of values found within the game of golf, including honesty, integrity, perseverance and respect. Now, for over two decades we’ve been committed to helping kids build character strengths and important life skills through the game and providing all kids with access to opportunities for personal growth in a fun and safe environment.
First Tee North Coast began as a partnership among the major golf governing bodies in America, to make golf affordable and accessible for all kids. As we introduced the game, we also introduced a life skills curriculum that supported the development of values found within the game of golf, including honesty, integrity, perseverance and respect. Now, for over two decades we’ve been committed to helping kids build character strengths and important life skills through the game and providing all kids with access to opportunities for personal growth in a fun and safe environment.
Florida Breast Cancer Foundation We improve the lives of those in Florida with breast cancer and give hope where there is none. We believe in evidence-based science. We advocate with perseverance, compassion, and respect for those who have no voice. We are passionate about our mission to save the lives of those impacted by breast cancer by supporting scientific research, community education, public policy through advocacy, and community-based organizations. FBCF's four mission pillars support Scientific Research, Education, Advocacy, & Direct Services which serve to better the lives of those faced with breast cancer in Florida.
The Florida Cancer Specialists (FCS) Foundation provides financial support to qualified adult cancer patients in the state of Florida for expenses such as rent or mortgage, car payments and car insurance, and utility bills. By giving patients peace of mind in knowing that their bills are being paid while they are undergoing treatment, the FCS Foundation allows them to concentrate on what really matters – fighting cancer. 100% of donations received go directly towards paying the essential non-medical living expenses of an adult battling cancer.
Food Brings Hope, inc. (FBH) was founded in 2007 by local businesswoman and philanthropist, Forough B. Hosseini. FBH is a 501(c)3 public charity dedicated to providing collaborative solutions for children who experience hardships due to homelessness, hunger and poverty. FBH’s Mission is to nurture the body, mind, and spirit of underprivileged school children and create a community where they are given an opportunity to discover their full potential. In 2022, FBH is serving over 1,500 students, enrolled in its 43 programs at 32 schools in Volusia and Flagler Counties in Florida.
Golf Fights Cancer Inspire and empower golfers to make a difference in the fight against cancer and raises funds to make tangible improvements in the cancer care experience for patients and families. Golf Fights Cancer (GFC) is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization that taps into the passion and generosity of all golfers to raise much needed funds for cancer related organizations and families living with the disease. Specifically, GFC makes targeted donations for equipment, services, and/or amenities that make an immediate positive impact on treatment and the experience for both the patient and family.
Greater National Advocates is a public service nonprofit determined to improve the patient experience. We know the importance of having someone in your corner during a health crisis. Our trusted online portal allows patients and their loved ones to quickly connect with an independent knowledgeable Patient Advocate who has experience dealing with hospitals, insurance companies, doctors and long term facilities.
Healing 4 Heroes is dedicated to assisting our military service members and veterans lead healthy, productive lives. Our objective is to connect wounded service members, as well as those with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury, with A.D.A. compliant service dogs. Healing4Heroes™ has dual purposes in that it serves the community by helping military personnel and veterans as well as local animal shelters by rescuing suitable dogs. Our military personnel and veterans, after being wounded both physically and mentally, are able to move forward and live more productive lives with the assistance of service animals.
Homes for our Troops builds and donates specially adapted custom homes nationwide for severely injured post 911 & veterans, to enable them to rebuild their lives. These homes restore some of the freedom our veterans sacrificed while defending our country and enables them to focus on their family, recovery and rebuilding their lives. Since 2004, we have built homes where the veteran chooses to live and continue our relationship with the veterans after home delivery to assist them in rebuilding their lives.
Hope To Hollywood exists to glorify God by reaching and raising up the next generation of worshippers in Hollywood. We often believe that those who are not Christians as adults have made a conscious decision to reject Christ. Often, we are finding out, that many of them remain lost because no one who they love or trust has ever presented the gospel to them. There is much work to do and you are a huge part of it. We are deeply grateful for you and the support that you give us. As you have heard me say before, we do what we do by the grace of God and the gifts of others.
Human Trafficking Awareness and Advocacy Group Inc. (HTAAG), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is dedicated to transforming the lives of young women and girls. HTAAG focuses on education, empowerment, and advocacy by developing strategic partnerships with public and private organizations, parents and the community to enhance public awareness and ultimately combat Human Trafficking. HTAAG strives to end Human Trafficking through prevention initiatives by providing effective, thoughtful solutions for young women and girls in at-risk populations and by advocating for survivors’ rights.
I AM a Golfer Foundation provides affordable, quality instruction, playing opportunities, and mentoring for local junior golfers. Under this program, local youth, ages 7 to 18, are given an opportunity to learn the game of golf in a fun and competitive atmosphere; enhancing their skills on and off the golf course. In addition, the Foundation offers scholarships to students who participate in the I AM a Golfer Foundation's Internship Program and to local Dallas Independent School District students who participate in the Northern Texas PGA Junior Golf Foundation's Fairway to Success Program.
The Just One Project is building a stronger, healthier, and connected community in Las Vegas while increasing access to food and services. We attract the most passionate and talented people to represent Just One by reinforcing strong values, work life balance, and diversity. The Just One Project believes generosity is universal. We provide an avenue for individuals to be socially responsible, ensuring that over 90% of financial contributions go directly into our projects. Our Vision: Inspire. Impact. Change.
Jason Ackerman Foundation focuses on improving the lives of youth who face and/or have survived challenging circumstances through educational support and entertaining experiences…
Because Of Jason. Established in 2011, with the support of our partners and caring community, our programs have assisted between 35/40 Florida college & trade school students annually, sharing an average of $100,000 in scholarship funding per year.
Kids Golf Foundation was established in 1998 by golf enthusiasts Jerry Rich and Don Springer and is one of the largest junior golf organizations in the state of Illinois dedicated to bringing the sport of golf into the lives of children and providing them with opportunities for personal growth and career enhancement. Through the hard work and dedication of Site Coordinators, the Kids Golf Foundation is able to introduce thousands of children each year to the sport of golf, its fundamentals, rules, history, etiquette, life lessons, and more.
Knights of Heroes Foundation was founded in 2007 by Lieutenant Colonel (Ret) Steve Harold to commemorate and honor the life of a friend and fellow pilot, Major Troy Lee “Trojan” Gilbert who was killed during combat operations while flying his F-16 to protect ground troops being overrun by the enemy in Al-Anbar Province, Iraq. We host families with children between the ages of 11 and 17 with common losses at our camp in Colorado. We empower children who have a lost a parent in service to our Nation by providing adult mentorship, character development, and lasting friendships through outdoor adventure programs. In 2015, our new Camp home became a 118 acre property on the west slope of Pikes Peak.
Last Hope Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation is dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of pound, stray and abandoned animals. Over 40 years, Last Hope has grown into an organization of over 600 volunteers and supporters, and places over 600 cats and 100 dogs into carefully screened homes. Last Hope also conducts many outreach efforts into the Long Island pet owning community by offering free or low-cost veterinary care and spay-neuter to individuals who meet certain criteria. From the beginning, Last Hope never denied assistance to ANY stray or abandoned animal in need.
MDS Foundation is a global non-profit advocacy organization that for over 25 years has supported patients and their families as well as healthcare providers in the fields of MDS and its related diseases. MDS is a bone marrow failure disorder; a blood cancer. MDS Foundation supports and educates patients, their communities, and healthcare providers, and contributes to innovative research in the fields of MDS and its related continuum of diseases to better diagnose, control and ultimately cure these diseases.
Melanoma Research Foundation (MRF) is the largest independent organization devoted to melanoma. Committed to the support of medical research in finding effective treatments and eventually a cure for melanoma, the MRF also educates patients and physicians about prevention, diagnosis and the treatment of melanoma. The MRF is an active advocate for the melanoma community, helping to raise awareness of this disease and the need for a cure. The MRF’s website is the premier source for melanoma information seekers. Our mission statement is to eradicate melanoma by accelerating medical RESEARCH while EDUCATING to and ADVOCATING for the melanoma community.
The Michael J. Fox Foundation is dedicated to finding a cure for Parkinson's disease through an aggressively funded research agenda and to ensuring the development of improved therapies for those living with Parkinson's today. The Michael J. Fox Foundation’s (MJFF) agenda is focused on building improved knowledge about the lived experience of Parkinson's disease, finding an objective test for Parkinson’s, engaging patients in research, supporting the development of new treatments and a cure.
Multiple Sclerosis Foundation provides programs and support services to those persons affected by MS that help them maintain their health, safety, self-sufficiency, and personal well-being; and to heighten public awareness of multiple sclerosis in order to elicit financial support for the Foundation's programs and services and promote understanding for those diagnosed with the illness. Our programs and grants are available in the 50 U.S. states and Puerto Rico. Online resources, such as our educational materials or audio programs, are available throughout the world.
Navy SEAL Foundation is a nation of support for our most elite team. Sworn to protect us from America’s foes, they operate under cover of darkness, against unimaginable odds. Not for Status, not for glory, but to defend our way of life, with strength, courage and honor. And so we stand with our Seals, SWCCs, veterans, and their families as a nation of unwavering support. Even when out of sight, they are always top of mind; the warriors, the veterans, and the families of Naval Special Warfare
Ovarian Cancer Connection is awareness, education and support--The OCC has been raising awareness about ovarian and other gynecological cancers across NW Ohio and SE Michigan for over 15 years. For the women and families affected by these cancers, we provide resources, education, and financial support. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, our funds raised stay here locally to support our mission. The OCC is an organization dedicated to helping women and families in treatment.
PAN Foundation envisions a nation in which everyone can get the healthcare they need. The challenge is the inability to pay for essential medical care is not just a significant problem for the uninsured, but also for people who have health insurance. Rising premiums, deductibles, copays and coinsurance prevent many people from being able to afford the critical treatment they need. Our Mission: to help underinsured people with life threatening, chronic and rare diseases get the medications and treatments they need.
Panhandle Warrior Partnership™ (PWP) is a veteran-focused, community-led initiative to proactively connect with all veterans and ensure access to quality resources and opportunities available in collaboration with the community. The Florida Panhandle is home to one of the largest concentrations of military installations and personnel in the country and while there is a well-knit support structure for active duty and their families; that support structure becomes disjointed and not easily navigated when our service members become veterans. An estimated 100,000 veterans reside in the communities of Northwestern Florida, “The Panhandle”.
Payne Stewart Golf Camps & Learning Leagues give parents a faith-based, character-building sporting alternative that teaches kids the fundamentals of golf and life. We strive to introduce more kids and families to the fun of golf by generating funds that help rewrite golf instruction, provide training equipment and techniques, and expand the locations where golf is played. Kids get to experience a fun, games-based golf learning experience while developing basic golf skills through repetitive play, simple games, and multi-sport reinforcement.
Pet Rescue by Judy is a non-profit "NO KILL" organization dedicated to the rescuing and rehabilitation, of companion animals. Many of them come to us with medical needs. They are doctored to the best of our ability and resources. Our most urgent goal is to rescue animals that are abandoned or in distress, update their vaccines, and find good homes for them. It is our heartfelt desire to prevent any animal from the need to be "rescued." Many of the animals we receive arrive from less than ideal condition. We want to help them recover their health, while avoiding risking the health of our other animals.
Piper’s Angels Foundation Our mission is to support and improve the lives of families in the cystic fibrosis community through grassroots advocacy and socially innovative programs, raising awareness through education, offering life-expanding activities, providing urgent financial support, and funding critical developments. Cystic fibrosis can be incredibly difficult on many levels. Having financial stress can be overwhelming, especially while enduring the challenging treatments. We understand this need and are working to provide financial support to qualifying families to help carry them through these hard times.
Play4Autism Foundation connects children with Autism to Sports and Recreational Activities. Play4Autism is a NYC based organization that seeks to increase the public's awareness and acceptance of autism, while improving the quality of life and hope for children. We will achieve this goal by introducing children on the autism spectrum and their families to our Kidz into Action Program.
Play Like A Girl helps women from all walks of life understand the importance of being good role models and mentors to girls, gives girls the opportunity to see themselves in these inspiring women, and maps the pathways for them toward a STEM career—starting in their pivotal middle school years. At Play Like a Girl, we envision a world where the playing field is level and every girl reaches her full potential. To accomplish this, we connect middle school girls with inspiring women role models and mentors—ultimately, building girls’ confidence and inspiring them to pursue a future in STEM+.
Red White Blue Community Development Corporation has future aspirations of becoming a local “Hub” for veterans by finding them permanent employment positions, education opportunities, provide housing, and becoming an overall “ONE STOP SHOP” for veterans, whether they are in need, or just looking to improve themselves professionally or personally. We are a local 501(c)3 nonprofit which benefits our local veterans, their families, and the community as a whole.
Team RWB Every year, more than 250,000 active duty service members transition out of the military, joining the 3.5 million post-9/11 veterans already living in communities nationwide. They face many challenges including isolation, weight gain, lack of purpose, and other health issues.Team Red, White & Blue is the antidote to the isolation and health challenges they face. By forging America’s leading health and wellness community for veterans, service members, and their families, we strive to make tomorrow better. Together, we will find strength and success. Our chapters and the Team RWB App deliver virtual and local, consistent, and inclusive opportunities for veterans and the community to connect.
Sandy Rollman Ovarian Cancer Foundation is an organization created as a tribute to the life, character, and immense strength of Sandy Rollman. Sandy passed away from advanced ovarian cancer in May 2000. Prior to diagnosis, Sandy experienced many textbook symptoms. Her symptoms were whispering only no one was listening. The tragic result was that Sandy never had a chance against ovarian cancer. It is in Sandy’s memory and the memory of all women who have succumbed to this
insidious disease, that we have dedicated our efforts to help conquer ovarian cancer for the last 20 years.
Second Harvest Heartland There is more than enough food available to feed everyone. Second Harvest Heartland leads through innovation, finding creative solutions to connect the full resources of our community with our hungry neighbors. Second Harvest Heartland believes everyone should have reliable access to food. We’re committed to advocating, educating, and providing food until everyone in our service area has what they need to thrive. We are a member of Feeding America, a nationwide network of more than 200 food banks that helps feed people across the country.
Semper Fi & America’s Fund is dedicated to providing assistance to our combat wounded, critically ill and injured service members, military family members, and veterans, from all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces. Our case managers, visiting nurses, and entire team support those we serve by helping navigate complex medical and emotional recovery — today, tomorrow, together!
Shriners Children’s Shriners Hospital for Children is changing lives every day through innovative pediatric specialty care, world-class research and outstanding medical education. The Shriners health care system provides advanced care for children with orthopedic conditions, burns, cleft lip/palate, and spinal cord injuries and every child is provided the best care possible regardless of their families’ ability to pay. Shriners care spans 22 locations throughout the U.S., Canada, and Mexico and depends on the generosity of thousands of donors throughout the world to continue to serve children in need.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Its purpose is clear: Finding cures. Saving children.® It is the only National Cancer Institute – designated Comprehensive Cancer Center devoted solely to children. Treatments invented at St. Jude have helped push the overall childhood cancer survival rate from 20% to more than 80% since it opened in 1962. And we won’t stop until no child dies from cancer. Because of generous donors, families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food, so they can focus on helping their child live.
Warrior Reunion Foundation Our reunion planning model is simple and effective. Modeled on a "military field operation," we guide each unit through a planning process that enables them to realize their unique reunion vision. Our team provides guidance and resources at every step along the way. Through the generous support of our donors and sponsors our events are all-inclusive, delivered at no cost to the units we serve. Our team supports event execution with a dedicated staff that leverages veterans, support organizations and community partners.
Women Who Care is an alliance of women who are impacting their community through streamlining fundraising events for nonprofit agencies in their community. Pledged members have the opportunity to nominate a nonprofit and place their selection in the ballot box. A meeting occurs where each nomination made by the pledged member is presented. At the conclusion of the meeting, the nonprofit with the most votes receives the donations directly from the members.
Wounded Warrior Project. Warrior Care Network’s four partner academic medical centers deliver a year’s worth of clinical care in 2-to 3- week intensive outpatient programs. Warriors and families do not pay for this treatment. Beyond Warrior Care Network, WWP provides non-clinical support for mental health as well with an adventure-based program that teaches warriors new coping skills to overcome PTSD symptoms. The program brings veterans together to restore the camaraderie they lost when they left the military. All support is provided to veterans and families free of charge.