Wounded Warrior Project
It was a 25-mile ride from town hall to the ocean, all to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project.
At 65, retired teacher Richard Albero from New Jersey found himself asking the big questions: “What’s it all about? Why am I here? What have I done?”
Why is Albero walking 1,200 miles? To raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project. Albero’s nephew, Gary, was killed in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Many non-profit organizations are providing resources, support and advocacy for veterans. Find out how these non-profits are supporting veterans in the U.S.
Several thousand people spent Sunday in Clifton raising money for wounded military veterans — while pulling a tank with their own hands.
The Wounded Warrior Project aims to “honor and empower” injured soldiers after their service has ended.
For Alex Minsky getting from the battlefield to the runway wasn’t easy. The Marine lost a leg when his Humvee hit an improvised explosive device during a patrol in Afghanistan in 2009.
The annual celebrity-studded ‘Dressed To Kilt’ charity fashion show takes place Monday evening in Midtown, and we got a sneak peek of the runway on The Couch.
Despite his injury, Cashman appeared to be in good spirits. On his way to the hospital, he texted to WFAN’s Sweeny Murti: “It was awesome.”
They’re all very uncomfortable in the heat. But that did not stop hundreds of people from getting on their bicycles at Babylon town hall.
A little quality time with Johnny Damon is always fun. While he’ll always be remembered as a key member of the 2009 World Series Champs, he has also led a bit of an itinerant lifestyle as a baseball player.
For every foolish football player who likens himself to a soldier, there are ten men who get the difference. Many of them were in the same room Monday night – blue warriors helping true warriors.