"Viper," a service dog we provided a local Veteran
WTFI Director, Donna Bulger, talking to Marian HS in Framingham, MA about resilience and acknowledging Will Robertson for his work with homeless.
Father of Michael O'Leary accepting the 2016 SFC Larry Garner Veterans' Scholarship award
Dillon Kuehne 2014 Warrior Thunder (JHS) Scholarship Award recipient, son of two Veterans planning to be a Dr for the VA
Young Soldier in Kuwait we provided fly tying supplies so he could teach his brethren a new skill and occupy their free time with positive action.
The Warrior Thunder Foundation was born from the simple idea to help our injured military. With one in three of our service men and women coming home with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and/or Traumatic Brain Injury, close to one million applying for disability with the Veterans Administration, almost 2000 who are missing limbs, and many more coming home with far more devastating injuries than ever before, we knew it was time to step up and do something to help these men and women who have selflessly sacrificed so much.
Our Nation’s sons and daughters deserve better treatment than what they have been receiving from an over-burdened, under-funded, archaic system of entitlements.
" I want to personally thank Darren Bean and the people that help and Donate to the Warrior Thunder Foundation out of Millis, MA. They have helped me be able to help one of my Veteran clients. Hopefully this will make their life better in the long run. If you ever think about donating to an organization. I would reach out to one of your local veterans groups, every little bit helps a Veteran in need."
Veteran's Employment Specialist (DVOP) at Commonwealth of Massachusetts
" You guys are truly a blessing from up above and my wife and myself with our little family thank you from the bottom of our hearts. I told my wife and she immediately started crying and told me that there are actually people out there who really help family's in need in a crisis."
From a Soldier who received a computer and all the accessories so his wife could go to school and help provide for the family