The entire nation is aware that tens of thousands of service men and women have had their lives forever changed as a result of grievous wounds, illnesses, and injuries that occurred during their service to country. However, fewer are aware of the incredible life-long challenges their caregivers and minor children face each day. We believe that through raising awareness of the challenges the whole family faces, we will encourage more people to get involved to address those challenges.
So how can you raise awareness?
Read Our News!
Check out the latest information regarding what is going on in the world of caregiving families, the challenges they face and the best resources available to help. Read our Blog
Like our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter, subscribe to our You Tube channel. When you see something that touches your heart, share it with your social media contacts. The more people know, they more they want to be part of giving back to Wounded Veteran Families!
Send A Copy Of Our Latest Newsletter!
Our newsletters are full of inspiring stories of how we help individuals, businesses, and local communities give back to Wounded Veteran Families in unique and meaningful ways. Read our latest newsletters here and share with your friends.
Listen to and Share this Song dedicated to all Wounded Veteran Families!
In his song, “Take Care of My Family”, Mike Zeiders tells a soulful story of the desire of catastrophically wounded veterans to take care of their families. Mike is also the guitarist. If you would like to download the song for your personal enjoyment you may do so by right-clicking the link and selecting “Save As”. If you download the song, please consider making a donation to the Quality of Life Foundation in whatever amount you are able to give.
Send A Letter!
E-mail, or print and mail, a letter that invites family and friends to learn more about how they can support families of catastrophically wounded, injured or ill veterans. Download our editable Word document, personalize it with how you have supported Wounded Veteran Families, and send away!