Warrior Foundation Freedom Station Fundraiser

In a proud annual tradition that truly represents the spirit of giving, Warrior Foundation Freedom Station is raising funds to send ill and injured military heroes home for the holidays! For warriors in various stages of recovery, rehabilitation and the transition to civilian life, there is no greater gift than to go home for the holidays and enjoy the comfort of loved ones during this special time of year.

Thanks to the generosity and kind-heartedness of donors like you, thousands of injured service members have left the hospital and flown home to celebrate Christmas with their families. While it seems like such a simple gesture, it means the world to our military families when we give back in such a meaningful way and let them know their sacrifices are not forgotten.

In addition to flying warriors home for the holidays, Warrior Foundation Freedom Station celebrates their service throughout the entire season. Other annual programs that lift warriors’ spirits include Deck the Halls; hundreds of volunteers descend upon Naval Medical Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD), one of the nation’s preeminent military hospitals for amputee care, and transform it into a cheerful winter wonderland. Warrior Foundation Freedom Station also distributes Christmas presents to hundreds of injured Marines, soldiers and sailors.

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About Warrior Foundation Freedom Station
Founded in 2004, Warrior Foundation Freedom Station is a leading force in assisting, honoring and supporting the military men and women who have bravely served and sacrificed for our country. The foundation provides ill and injured warriors with quality-of-life items, support services and transitional housing designed to assist them and their families during recovery.   

Warrior Foundation Freedom Station assists four main groups of warriors:

  • The seriously injured returning home from war with immediate medical and emotional needs.
  • Those suffering from post-traumatic stress (PTS) and/or traumatic brain injury (TBI).
  • Physical and occupational therapy patients who are recovering and/or receiving medical care at military medical facilities.
  • Transitioning warriors who are medically retiring and transitioning to civilian life.