Every year, state legislators are given the opportunity to select and honor a nonprofit organization from their district. This year, Wounded Warrior Homes was chosen to receive the prestigious award, and the organization representatives will fly to Sacramento to be honored at the California Nonprofits Day luncheon on June 6.
Wounded Warrior Homes provides “transitional housing to single post-9/11 veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS).” Since its inception, Wounded Warrior Homes has provided 64 veterans with housing.
Founder & Executive Director of Wounded Warrior Homes, Mia Roseberry said, "Our team is honored to be recognized. We are truly thankful for the support from our community; for without it we would not be able to accomplish what we do every year."
Anderson expressed his gratitude for the organization and stated, “Mia and her team at Wounded Warrior Homes do incredible work for our veteran community in the district, and it’s inspiring to see the success of the individuals who have been touched by the organization.”