Texas Wounded Warrior Foundation

 

Our Mission

The mission of the Texas Wounded Warrior Foundation is to raise awareness, to honor, and to empower our Wounded United States Military Warriors, enabling them to assimilate back to daily life upon their return from combat. We seek to provide Wounded Veterans injured from combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan with funding to defray the basic costs of living incurred, as a result of the short and long-term care of those injuries.

                                                                         

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2015 Texas Wounded Warrior Foundation Events and Activities:

 1st Golf School - March 26 -27 at The Cascades Golf Club, Tyler, Texas

 

Future Wounded Warrior Golf Schools at Houston, Dallas, & San Antonio - dates to be announced

 

Contact: Joshua Ives for information at maingun38@gmail.com; 254-458-9938

or Dick Goetz at richardgoetz@att.net; 903-9918-2210

Jack Goetz at jackgoetz@sbcglobal.net; 903-445-5103 

 

Texas Wounded Warrior Foundation PRO-AM:

The Cascades Golf Club, Tyler, Texas

October 3, 4, 5, 2015

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On December 23, the Dew Boys golf group of Eagles Bluff Country Club made the initial presentation of

                   its Richard and Madeline Lewis Scholarship to the Texas Wounded Warrior Foundation. The scholarship

                   combines matching funds from the Dew Boys and the Texas Wounded Warrior Foundation. This year’s

                   scholarship totals $10,000.

 

                   Mr. and Mrs. Lewis are longtime supporters of the Texas Wounded Warriors. He was a pilot during the

                   Vietnam War and flew countless numbers of our deceased and wounded warriors back home to the

                   United States. The scholarship recognizes the patriotism and compassion of Richard and Madeline Lewis.

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