Tsugami/Rem Sales (Windsor, CT), a division of Morris Group, Inc. (Windsor, CT) has announced they have committed to support our nation’s wounded warriors through Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP; Jacksonville, FL) and the nonprofit’s free programs and services. Many wounded veterans face significant challenges when they return to civilian life, and through the generous support of donors and corporate partners, the organization is able to provide support during their recovery, wherever they are in that process. Through financial contribution, the company is directly supporting the programs and services that give warriors access to mental and physical health support, employment and education assistance, and the many other services that WWP provides to its warriors, free of charge.
“We are honored to support WWP as a Corporate Champion for the second year in a row. The continuation of this initiative is one that our business is proud to share as it shows our commitment to service through dedication to helping injured service men and women across the nation,” said Michael Mugno, the president of Tsugami/Rem Sales.
“The support we receive from their company gives us the critical resources we need to serve warriors,” said Gary Corless, chief development officer at WWP. “We’re extremely grateful for their support which will help us to continue to serve this generation of wounded veterans as they recover from the visible and invisible wounds of war.”
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