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CWVC only solicits donations and contributions from residents of Arizona, Alaska, Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Rhode Island, and Tennessee. A copy of the official state registration and financial information of CWVC may be obtained from the Florida Division of Consumer Services via www.FloridaConsumerHelp.com or by calling toll free at 800-435-7352 within the State of Florida or the Colorado Secretary of State at (303) 894-2200 Option 2. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by any state jurisdiction. CWVC has filed a Uniform Registration Statement (URS) and/or other required registration documents with a number of other state jurisdictions, which are currently pending acceptance.


As a national non-profit organization led by other combat wounded veterans, our mission is improving the Veteran’s lives through rehabilitative high-adventure and therapeutic outdoor challenges while furthering the medical sciences associated with their injuries.

While on these grueling challenges, these warriors continue to give of themselves by collecting data and conducting case studies associated with their injuries.  The research conducted while on the expeditions produce breakthrough gains in the fields of traumatic brain injuries, post traumatic stress and limb loss.

Upon returning, team members speak within the military community to inspire and provide hope to those newly injured.  Their selfless efforts motivate others to move forward.

By investing in our Combat Wounded Veterans, you will be contributing to the success of this amazing mission.

If you or your organization would like to donate equipment or services, please contact us.

No gift is too small. Each dollar puts a Combat Wounded Veteran one step closer to victory.

 

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