FACTS... JUST THE FACTS

300 Million

There are over 300 million people in America and every one of us owes so much to those who served. If each one of us does our small part we can show those who sacrificed so much of themselves just how much we care.

W4WW offers a helping hand to all branches of the military and their families. Our resources range from community outreach on your behalf, financial support, one on one mentorship and advocacy in seeking employment or career paths

100% Dedication – 100% Volunteer – 100% of dollars donated go to the cause. We don’t spend or waste your donations. All of the money and goods go directly to those in need.

You can help change lives right where you are

W4WW needs and will gladly accept and disburse in kind contributions to the appropriate community based efforts. We will also work to provide independent support needed by veterans, families of the fallen and military families.

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Our Mission

Our commitment is to provide economic empowerment to the caregivers of our fallen, as well as, the wounded warriors to enhance and improve their lives. Those who have worn the uniform and their family members who have faced the challenges and made the sacrifices as their loved ones have carried out their missions, need and deserve our help.

Directors and Board Members

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Mary MacLaren

Mary MacLaren is Executive Director for the Executives’ Club of Chicago, one of the nation’s oldest and leading business forums for thought leadership, education, and best business practices.00 plus C-Level and professional members. Prior to joining the Executives’ Club she was vice president of direct marketing …

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David W. Sutherland

Colonel David W. Sutherland was commissioned an Infantry Officer in 1983 and holds a Bachelor’s degree from Bowling Green State University in History and Economics and a Masters in Strategic Studies. Colonel Sutherland attended all levels of military education including Airborne …

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Kimberly M. Mitchell

LCDR Mitchell was born in 1971 in DaNang, South Vietnam. She was adopted and brought to the United States in September 1972. Raised in Solon Springs, Wisconsin, she was active in sports, church, 4-H and other community activities.

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Elizabeth Murray Belcaster

Ms. Belcaster has been leading initiatives for Veterans’ and military families for almost a decade. She has seven years training and strategic development with International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT), Human Rights Commission and Building Material & Construction Trade Division …

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Lisa Hanlon

Lisa Hanlon, is the Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Teltech Communications, LLC.Ms. Hanlon joined the telecom industry in 1996 where she developed a solid understanding of the complexities of the telecommunications asset recovery market.

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Pete Wikul

Pete Wikul serves as the Secretary for the Women For Wounded Warriors Foundation. Pete Wikul is an interdisciplinary expert in the fields of special operations, counterterrorism, counterproliferation, intelligence, and interagency coordination.

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Terri McNally

Terri E. McNally serves as the President for the Women For Wounded Warriors Foundation. Terri E. McNally is the Owner and President of Global Capital, Ltd., an asset management and equipment financing company based in Chicago, Illinois and doing business in 28 countries.

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