The Wounded Warrior series is now complete with the release of Book 4, Always a Marine. I wrote this series with the specific goal of raising money for veteran’s causes. Since publication of the first in the series, Heart of a Marine, I’ve donated 100% of my royalties from the sale of these books to the Wounded Veteran’s relief fund. WVRF was spun off from Wounded Warrior project several years ago. Approximately 85% of the funds they receive go directly back to wounded veterans and their families in the form of emergency financial support. WVRF steps in when a veteran is being evicted for non-payment of rent or a mortgage, with the funds to get them past the immediate crisis so they can get their feet on the ground again.
WVRF will pay for emergency auto repairs and other unexpected expenses, because some of these veterans and their families have no extra funds to spend on such necessities. The goal is to get these families some temporary relief, breathing room to get beyond the current crisis.
All veteran recipients come to them by referral from the VA hospital or a fellow veteran. WVRF is an essential organization to help wounded veterans back into stable civilian lives.
You can find additional information on their mission at: www.wvrf.org