Here at Listrak, our ownership team understands the value of giving to their community – both in time (think VTO as well as their own time) and money. Their generosity to numerous community and charitable entities is an example for all of us.
Our tradition, as a token of our appreciation, is to donate to a community organization in the name of the Kramer family and present it to Ross and Howard at our holiday party. In previous years we have donated to the Wounded Warriors and the Schreiber Pediatric Rehabilitation Center, two organizations that are near and dear to Ross and HK. This year, we are focusing on the Wounded Warrior Project.
The goal of the Wounded Warrior Project is to foster the most successful well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation’s history. They do this by:
Connecting warriors to peers, programs and communities
Serving through free, life-changing programs
Empowering warriors to live life to the fullest
The project is currently serving tens of thousands injured veterans through free programs that fill gaps in government care and support. re ,.
For additional information, please see the Wounded Warrior Project website: https://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/
We will begin collecting donations on Tuesday, January 16th and will continue through end of day on January 19th. Please consider a cash gift in the range of $10 - $20 or whatever you feel you can afford. Please drop your donations with Liz Hilliard in B-South.
I apologize for the late notice and ask that you please take the time to consider donating to a very worthy cause on behalf of our two very generous leaders.
Thank you in advance for your generosity!
- Tim and Paula Spirawk
- Sam Rotella
- Amit Mehta
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