Warriors Heart Foundation is proud to announce it will be a Carry The Load non-profit partner for the 2021 Memorial May campaign. As a part of Carry The Load’s Continuum of Care program, this partnership helps raise awareness and funds that are essential to helping our military, veterans, first responders and their families.
[Warriors Heart Foundation Executive Director Teddy Lanier expressed thanks; “We’re grateful to Carry The Load for providing our warrior community, and people all over the world with a meaningful way to honor and remember those who sacrifice for our freedom by putting their lives on the line every day.”
Supporters are encouraged to join Warriors Hearts Foundation team at http://www.carrytheload.org/goto/lisalannon
to raise funds and participate throughout the month of May. One hundred percent of funds raised through Warriors Heart Foundation’s team page from now through Memorial Day will go directly back to our organization.
“The funds we raise this year will go toward hardship scholarships for addiction/PTSD treatment program, predominantely at Warriors Heart Facility (a separate entity), the first and only private and accredited treatment center in the United States that is exclusively for warriors (active duty military, veterans, first responders and EMTs/Paramedics) struggling with addiction, PTSD, mild TBI, and other co-occurring issues if their insurance does not cover the cost of treatment,” says Teddy Lanier, Warriors Heart Foundation Executive Director.
People can find ways to participate in Carry The Load this Memorial May either in-person or virtually. Carry The Load offers opportunities for people to walk in the National Relay, attend a City Rally, host their own Carry it Anywhere event or organize a youth Carry The Flag activity. [Warriors Heart Foundation] plans to join Carry The Load this year in San Antonio, Texas.
“It is important that we take the time to recognize the sacrifices of such valuable members of our communities,” says Stephen Holley, co-founder, president and CEO of Carry The Load and veteran U.S. Navy SEAL. “Peer-to-peer fundraising throughout the month of May goes toward our goal of raising $1.25 million that helps improve the lives of our military veterans first responders and their families.”