- Created: Wednesday, 21 August 2013 17:57
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Contact: Kaeti Bradley, Community Liaison, Connected Warrior Foundation
September 9, 2013: Virginia Beach, VA - Connected Warrior Foundation Hosts a Party Like a Pirate “FRIENDraiser” in Support of the Never Quit Challenge and Wounded Veteran
Connected Warrior Foundation (CWF) is hosting a Party Like a Party FRIENDraiser in support of the Never Quit Challenge. The NQC is a fundraising Invitational Personal Water Craft Adventure vetted by Special Operations Military Veteran teams onboard Kawasaki Ultra LX JET SKI® to benefit select veteran supported charities including CWF. The FRIENDraiser is open to the public with free admission and is being held at Smoked Out Fine Meats & Spirits – 1375 Oceana Blvd., Virginia Beach, VA from 6:30 to 11pm. There will be live music featuring Swampcandy, celebrity guest bartenders, raffle with great prizes and a pirate costume contest. CWF will partner in launching the Memorial Ink Project Tattoo Contest at the event. EVERYONE WELCOME! Come celebrate the NQC adventure and meet the riders!
ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT WOUNDED VETS!
THE NQC MISSION
The mission of the Never Quit Challenge is a land and nautical centered fundraising event supporting American Veterans and their families with community participation that benefits select notable charities.
The Never Quit Ethos drives our mission. The Never Quit Challenge is based both on land and water moving a team of 30 members with boats, and equipment safely across the USA. These veterans will be on 6 select Teams commemorating KIA (Killed In Action) special operations warriors with each team hosting boat dedications in their honor. Their NQC journey covers 1,600 miles of open ocean waters commencing on September 6th, 2013 in Key West Florida, with several overnight checkpoints and various fuel stations en route to New York City, NY. The NQC Teams arrive in NYC on the anniversary of the terrorist attacks against American on September 11, 2013.
NQC Homepage: www.NeverQuitChallenge.com
Who are the NQC Charities?
Our founding charities are Boot Campaign, Phoenix Patriot Foundation and The Station Foundation.
The NQC supporting charities are the Connected Warrior Foundation and Special Ops Survivors.
The Connected Warrior Foundation Mission
We strive to improve the quality of life for wounded veterans by facilitating increased connection to their families, friends, community and the world.
One of the primary efforts of the Connected Warrior Foundation is providing tablet devices to veterans—whether newly-injured or on the path to recovery over an extended period of time—who have suffered severe physical and/or emotional ‘invisible’ wounds (PTSD) during the course of combat on behalf of the United States of America.
The devices delivered by CWF allow the wounded veterans to connect with the outside world and help keep them occupied while they recuperate in the hospital. Over the past year, in partnership with Google, Inc., tablet devices delivered from CWF to veterans at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, San Antonio Military Medical Center, Freedom Station in San Diego, CA and mailed to homes of veterans around the country suffering from PTSD.
About the Connected Warrior Foundation
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Connected Warrior Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt charity as defined in sections 509(A)(1) and 170(B)(1)(A)(VI) of the Internal Revenue code. All contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law. (Federal Tax ID 45-4357204)