There are many non-profit organizations that have been formed in honor of a loved one that benefit communities and bring relief and hope to those who need help. We are pleased to provide information about these worthy organizations.
After Kelly Kowall’s son, SPC Corey Kowall, was killed in action in Afghanistan, her purpose became to provide a healing place for soldiers returning from the war zone and veterans. My Warrior’s Place Retreat Center is a dream come true for Kelly as well as for the many veterans and families of fallen warriors.
The newest addition to the property at My Warrior’s Place is the serene and meaningful Respect and Remember Tribute Memorial. Dog Tags and Engraved Bricks can be purchased to be placed at this memorial as a tribute to fallen warriors.
The renovation and buildout of the property, as well as the opportunity for soldiers and veterans to visit and participate in the many Programs offered at My Warrior’s Place is funded by donations from people who care. Monetary donations of any size are welcome. Click HERE to DONATE. My Warrior’s Place exists only because of generous donations and the many caring Volunteers who have helped. Click here to check out Kelly’s Wish List. You just might have an item she desperately needs to complete a project!
My Warrior’s Place is, indeed, an organization worthy of note! You can listen to the Hope, Healing & Help interviews with Kelly that aired on February 12, 2013 and October 26, 2013. This link will take you to their Facebook page. You’ll find many more articles on the Internet by doing a search for “my warriors place.”
Kelly welcomes you to email her at Kelly@mywarriorsplace.org.
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Listen to Ron’s interview with Jenny Williamson Rebuilding Lives, Hope for Victims of Sex Trafficking
Offering hope and rebuilding the lives of victims of sex trafficking is the focus of Courage Worldwide. Jenny Williamson is the Founder and CEO of this organization that is dedicated to building homes and a safe haven for young women who have been rescued out of sex slavery. These homes are called Courage Home.
Learn more about Courage Worldwide, the challenge and how you can get involved. Jenny can be reached by phone at 916-517-1616 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Listen to Ron’s interview with Jenny.