To all you golfers and Friends:
Here's another opportunity to play golf and to help our wounded guys. Come join us for the 6th Annual 9/11HelpAmerica Foundation Golf Tournament. We have wounded guys in the VA system that need our help. And we need you, and your support to accomplish this. PLEASE Save the day Thursday October 4th, Rio Hondo Golf Course, Downey CA. We like to put the bottom line on top when something is really important and we are at that point again. We help our beneficiaries in several different ways. First and foremost we send monthly financial assistance in the form of $200.00 a month. We also are working hard to establish a support group for them by them. Third is to give people a vehicle and an opportunity to be of service to those that bear the sacrifice in defending our Country. All this is done by volunteers since our first event back in 2001. This will be the 10th Golf tournament we have organized in support of our Fallen and Wounded Warriors. Many of you have played in the past and have had a great time and I venture to say have left feeling better than when you arrived. To the newcomers, we need you most of all and, believe it-you won't be sorry.
The need is Great
your Help Makes the
If you are an individual or business owner and would like to become a 9/11HAF Sponsor, WELCOME. It is you who makes all of this possible. A little bit about who you would be helping. They are young, brave and willing to lay it all on the line. They have horrific wounds: some are blind, others have been horribly burned, several have lost limbs while others have lost their memories. Many cannot and may never walk again. Many of these brave Warriors have young families as well.
I had the privilege to sit in on an interview of one of our soldiers. The reporter was asking some leading and explosive questions that would have made it very easy for the soldier to speak ill of his situation and the people that sent him to war. His answer was "Ever since I was a little boy I wanted to be a soldier, I'm sorry I don't have any more to give to the Army and If I had it to do all over again, I would do it just the same." This young man said that from a wheelchair. They don't ask for any help, they shouldn't have to. We should come together and take care of our own.
Supporting the Families of Our Fallen
and Wounded Warriors