"Tails of Valor":
The Parkers Platoon
is asking for your help in supporting local and underserved veterans who are experiencing heartbreaking issues during their transition home after their service to our country. This Lil' nugget will change the lives of these Veterans and we need your help!
Join the Parkers Platoon, and the Warriors Choice Foundation in each of their relentless efforts to provide for those continuing to suffer from the aftermath of war.
The Parkers Platoon mission is to pair professional athletes with wounded veterans, one veteran at a time. Recently the Parkers Platoon extended their veteran outreach to work with a first-class veteran organization out of West Palm Beach Florida, the Warriors Choice Foundation
(WCF). The WCF is run by combat veterans, and define selfless actions by assisting veterans through streamlined comprehensive, adaptive residential programs to transitioning veterans along with their in house service dog breeding & training program.
Our hearts go out to our nations hero’s seeking to find peace, and those attempting to regain a fraction of themselves when returning home to their families. Currently, many veterans seeking service dogs find they’ll wait a minimum of three years until they’re placed with a service dog and experience their healing benefits. As a result, many veterans are taking their own lives due to their internal suffering, and lack of available resources.
The Parkers Platoon wishes to honor the veterans of our nation who’ve returned home either catastrophically injured, or those suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), in providing the financial resources to enable our veterans to be provided a tailored Warriors Choice Foundation service dog before we lose another veteran.
Join the Parkers Platoon, and the Warriors Choice Foundation in each of their relentless efforts to provide for those continuing to suffer from the aftermath of war. “This is the least we can do for these young men and women that sacrificed so much for us,” “We honor those who can shoot a basket, who can hit a golf ball, who can run fast and jump high, and meanwhile we forget about our veterans coming home that are catastrophically injured."