The Golf event was great and we had an awesome time and it being for a great cause makes it even better. ( I really am not just saying that) I know my golf game does not show it but I have played in a few charity events and this was definitely organized and put together well.
I look forward to the next one!
Thankfully we had Kevin. Not only does he take care of me at work but he did on the fairway as well.
Keeping us out of the tree line made the day way more enjoyable. lol
Mr.Reilly and Team,
That was the best Charity golf event I have ever participated in. Class Act. Looking forward to next year.
Happy New Year all. Bravo.
Warrior Salute Supporters,
Happy New Year!! I wanted to take a quick moment and share
in the great news of the outcome of the Fall Warrior Salute Charity Golf
Tournament on Fri, October 14th 2016. We were able to raise and distribute more than $21,000 in charity proceeds to our sister charities: Young Marines, Hire Our Heroes and Paws4Vets! Please see the great news story and photos of the our wonderful event as you can see the smiles on many of our Veteran's and Warrior Golfer's faces as fun was had by all.
A special Thank You to all of our Volunteers including Team Iron Bow, Becky
with Taco Bird Embroidery, Robin Shotola Photography, Jeff Perry
aka: Margarita Man, FCN for the Blood Mary Bar, Whiskey Creek Golf Course Staff and all of our wonderful Sponsors!
Please mark your calendar and set aside some Marketing Funds
for our 2017 Fall Warrior Salute Charity Golf Tournament on Friday, October
13th and see you at our 5th Annual Event!
Here is link to WMAR/ABC-2 news story
Dear Mr. Reilly,
The paws4people® Foundation and our paws4vets program want to thank Warrior Salute, Inc. for inviting us to be a part of the 2015 Warrior Salute Golf Tournament and for the $14,000 donation to paws4vets in December 2015 as a beneficiary of the tournament. We are extremely grateful for the support from Warrior Salute, Inc. which has helped to transform the lives of veterans struggling after serving our country
The paws4people Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization (EIN: 54-19448479) founded in 1999 by Kyria Henry and her father, Terry Henry, a veteran living with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (https://paws4people.org/).'>https://paws4people.org/">https://paws4people.org/). The mission of paws4people is educating and empowering people to utilize Assistance Dogs to transform their lives. paws4people accomplishes its mission through breeding, training and placement of Assistance Dogs with two general groups: (1) children and adolescents with physical, neurological, psychiatric, or emotional disabilities; and (2) Veterans and Active-Duty Service Members with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), PTSD resulting from Sexual Trauma (Military or Civilian) (MST/ST), Moral Injury, and other neurological, psychological, and/or physical disabilities.
In 2008, paws4people launched its paws4vets program, which is dedicated to training and placing customized Assistance Dogs with Veterans, Active-Duty Service Members, and their families living with PTSD/C-PTSD, TBI, MST, Moral Injury, and other neurological, psychological, and/or physical disabilities. The paws4vets program is unique and extremely effective because of its proprietary, comprehensive, and customized transfer training process, the “Bump” process during which each dog chooses his/her client forming a Client/Dog team, its volunteer medical evaluation team (pMET) that corresponds with each client's care providers to ensure continuity of care, its peer mentors and client advocates, and requirement of annual re-certification testing to ensure continual quality of placements. Terry Henry, innovator of the paws4vets program, was honored as an Everyday Hero by ION TV for the impact that the paws4vets program is having in the lives of veterans. See link to short video highlighting the program: https://vimeo.com/155617960