Thank you to Comcast Newsmakers for giving the FWSF the opportunity to increase awareness
of the issues facing Michigan's Iraq and Afghanistan veterans.
Dr. Lynn Phillips of FWSF along with Canton Trustee and veteran John Anthony were interviewed regarding the 2013 Veteran's Day Event. Lynn also shares the mission of FWSF and how they help Michigan's veterans.
The primary purpose of the Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund (FWSF) is to help veterans in Michigan who return from the Iraq and Afghanistan campaigns and find themselves in need of support and assistance.
The FWSF is an all-volunteer organization, whose members are a diverse collection of concerned people from the business and private sectors. Since mid-2006 when the FWSF starting distributing funds to individual soldiers' families, a lot has occurred. The country's involvement in both Iraq and Afghanistan has changed. However, the needs of our soldiers have not dissipated, but have, in fact, increased
Fallen and Wounded Soldiers Fund
P.O. Box 33099
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303-0003
There are many wonderful programs that assist United States Veterans. If you are outside the state of Michigan, or looking for the Wounded Warrior Project, click here.
FWSF, a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 organization, is committed to stewardship of the monies entrusted to us by donations to provide supplemental assistance to the military and their families with assistance that helps with immediate financial needs. The FWSF has consistently maintained a 90% or higher giving rate. FWSF Board of Directors and FWSF Committee members donate their time without expenses or monetary compensation.