Senator LaRose meets with local leaders from the Wounded Warrior Project to discuss collaborative effort to help support injured service members returning home from deployment.
COLUMBUS - 

State Senator Frank LaRose (R-Copley Township) today met with local leaders from the Wounded Warrior Project to discuss a collaborative effort by local small businesses to help support injured service members returning home from deployment. 

Eight small businesses have joined the effort to raise funds and promote awareness for the Wounded Warrior project, which seeks to help veterans who have lost limbs or are suffering from combat related injuries such as PTSD.

“The Wounded Warrior Project provides excellent support for our men and women in uniform who are returning home from deployment,” said LaRose. “We owe it to our veterans who have given so much for our country.”

The group hopes to raise $100,000 for the Wounded Warrior Project by Veterans Day 2016.

 
 
 
  
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