May Cause: Wounded Warrior Project

May Cause: Wounded Warrior Project

As we commemorate Military Appreciation Month, Infinite Cares is honored to support the Wounded Warrior Project. This incredible organization resonates greatly with our team members, and this spring, we are proud to champion their cause as part of our ongoing commitment to make a positive impact on our community.

The Wounded Warrior Project stands as a beacon of support for veterans who have been wounded in military actions since September 11, 2001. Their mission to honor and empower these brave individuals resonates deeply with our values. Through a variety of programs, services, and events, they assist veterans in their recovery, rehabilitation, and reintegration into civilian life.

Our connection to The Wounded Warrior Project is made even more personal by the nomination from two of our team members, Paul Quijano and Joe DePalma. Paul shares his personal connection with the Wounded Warrior Project:

“Serving in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1997 to 2000, I witnessed firsthand the sacrifices made by our brave men and women. The memories of camaraderie, duty, and unwavering commitment to our nation’s defense came flooding back as I reflected on my time in service. It wasn’t until after my service that I truly understood the depth of those sacrifices. Some returned home bearing scars—both seen and unseen. It’s for them—the warriors who bore the weight of battle—that I proudly nominate The Wounded Warrior Project. In conflicts like Iraq and Afghanistan, they stood on the front lines, confronting danger with courage. Now, it’s our turn to stand by them. The Wounded Warrior Project provides vital support to wounded veterans, offering programs and resources to aid in their physical and emotional recovery. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those who’ve given so much for our freedom.”

Paul’s words remind us of the great impact our collective efforts can have and we thank him for his service. While we may not be able to heal all wounds, we can certainly offer our support and gratitude to those who have sacrificed so much.

We are grateful for the opportunity to contribute to The Wounded Warrior Project and the vital work they do to support our nation’s military and veterans. To learn more about their impact and how you can contribute, visit their website: Wounded Warrior Project.

As we move forward, we encourage everyone to get involved and support causes that hold personal significance. By coming together and nominating worthy causes, we can ensure our efforts bring light and hope where it is needed most.