Long-Term Support Initiatives at the Wounded Warrior Project

A longtime supporter of education, Jeffry Pesek currently serves as Board President with the JS Morton High School District 201. Outside of this work, he supports the efforts of the Wounded Warrior Project. Thanks to the contributions of Jeff Pesek and fellow donors, the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) sponsors a broad range of long-term support initiatives for injured veteran returning home from combat.

The WWP Independence Program works primarily with veterans who have sustained moderate to severe neurological injuries, surrounding them with a full support team and developing highly customized treatment plans. Thanks to the Independence Program, many warriors have regained the ability to volunteer, advance their educations, and participate in social activities.

In the same vein, the WWP Long-Term Support Trust provides services such as transportation, home care, and life skill training to warriors who lose their caregivers. An advisory panel oversees all resource distribution requests and looks after all supplemental services and entitled benefits.

To learn more about the Wounded Warrior Project, visit the official website at WoundedWarriorProject.org.

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