We connect the wounded, ill, and injured Marines aboard Kaneohe Bay with the local community through friendships, mentorships and recreational activities.
All proceeds will go to the Friends of Windward Wounded Warriors supports the Wounded Warrior Battalion West - Charlie Company.
All funds raised will go towards The Friends of Windward Wounded Warriors
At least 6 must be sold for this campaign to print
Approximate delivery on Tuesday, January 14th
What We Do
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We are one of the few organizations on the Windward side of Oahu that has the ability to quickly assist wounded service members and their families with immediate needs.
We are able to provide accommodations, meals, and other services. Funds upon which we can rely for crises that are not otherwise quickly or adequately supported by other agencies make a huge difference, especially when there has been a loss of life or critical illness.
Transition to Civilian Life
A majority of our wounded, ill and injured need assistance in preparing for civilian life. We offer:
- Transition retreats
- Training and certification
- Networking with federal agencies, DoD contractors, small businesses, and service organizations that offer employment opportunities.
The impact of injury and illness is not just felt by the service member, but also by each member of the family.
We arrange family day events such as caregiver appreciation days/retreats, monthly meals at the barracks, holiday celebrations, marriage celebrations and baby showers, equine therapy and therapeutic horsemanship, books for post-traumatic stress and grief, snorkeling and whale watch trips, sailing with local skippers, family-friendly shows and concerts, and Kualoa Ranch package tours.
More About Our Misson
A wide range of injuries requires a wide range of services which includes surgery, therapy, training and education. These Marines and their families come to our beautiful islands during a very stressful time, facing new challenges and an uncertain future. While working hard to recover and rehabilitate, much of their time is spent on base involved in the extensive services provided there. Our organization, led by Chaplain Steve Jensen, provides a link to the local community by organizing social events, finding career internships, and introducing the Wounded Warrior program to local businesses and organizations.