Founded in 2020, Wounded Warrior Support is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization (NPO) based in the US. it is operated and managed by volunteers, caring citizens, and veterans.
The purpose of the organization is to support, assist, and advocate for severely injured soldiers, their families, and caregivers. WWS provides financial, emotional, and financial assistance to veteran soldiers in need. Those who qualify for such assistance, are assigned to the program as soon as possible.
Our Mission is to provide direct funds for:
• Group Therapy
• Mental Health Treatments
• Transportation to and from medical treatments and services.
Assistance will be ongoing on an individual basis once the veteran’s status is confirmed.
During and after the dreadful 44-day Artsakh war back in 2020, like most of you, I also felt so shocked and appalled and just wanted merely to be of help “any help…” to our freedom fighters, soldiers, and their traumatized families.
The urge to help our distraught and selfless brothers for their paramount efforts in defending our ancestral lands ignited the idea to start a nonprofit organization to assist targeted individuals and/or their families based on criteria including but not limited to trauma, needs, health conditions, and welfare.
We pay a visit to these individuals periodically and personally handle their situations with care and compassion.
Please join me and our caring circle of volunteers to genuinely make a difference in their lives, as they did in ours.
“I Support because I care”
– Amy Ajamian
Amy Armine Ajamian
We are blessed to have a group of generous and caring volunteers whose mission is to assist one warrior at a time. Our team would not be complete without the unconditional contributions of our benefactors and donors, who appreciate the hard work and results of our endeavor.
“One team one dream, one Warrior at a time”
“Giving is not just about making a donation. It is about making a difference”
– Kathy Calvin
“Our assistance is not a charity, it’s our duty”
“As you grow older you will discover that you have two hands. One for helping yourself, the other for helping others”
– Audrey Hepburn
Anahit A. Sargsyan
“Be the change you want to see in the world”
– Mahatma Gandhi
Narek A. Gevoryan
“We are few but we are called Armenians”
– Paruyr Sevak
Smbat S. Sukiasyan
“The ones who are crazy enough to think that they can change the world are the ones who do”
– Steve Jobs
“Happiness doesn’t result from what we get, but from what we give”
– Ben Carson
Arkadi J. Qocharyan
“The important thing is the family. If you can keep the family together – and that’s the backbone of our whole business, catering to families – that’s what we hope to do”
– Walt Disney
“No matter what people tellyou, words are ideas and ideas can change the world”
– Robin Williams
“The only impossible journey is the one you never begin”
– Tony Robbins
“I was not born in Armenia, but Armenia was born in me”
– His Holiness Karekin I
Hakob is from the Martuni region in Armenia and has served for his country for two years in Shushi, Republic of Artsakh. On September 28th of 2020, he voluntarily joined forces in the city of Kalbajar to protect Artsakh and his country. During the 44 days of the dreadful war in Artsakh, Hakob bravely fought alongside his brave friends.
Fortunately, he was able to come back from the dreadful war, but he left part of him at the battlefield where he lost many of his friends. Witnessing such atrocities is an image etched in his memories but he strives every day to make the best of everything.
Currently, he is proudly attending his 4th year at Yerevan State University, majoring in Public Governance. Thank you for your service, dear Hakob. We wish you continued success and a bright future.
He volunteered and joined the WWS team in December 2020 and ever since then he has dedicated his time and efforts to supporting and helping our Warriors. A heartfelt thanks to all your honesty and volunteer support.
“Our problem is not that in the world there are Turks, but that there are Turk-like Armenians.”
– Garegin Njdeh
Supporter of wwc
We are blessed to have Deacon Hrach Ghazaryan join our efforts and be an integral part of our team. He served as a spiritual Father for 2 years in the Republic of Artsakh Army. Currently, he is still serving in the Republic of Armenia Armed Forces as a spiritual Father.
His calming and Fatherly advice to our Warriors is the beacon of strength to our young men who struggle every day with their daily tasks. His words of encouragement are always welcomed by the families whom he visits every chance he gets. He presented each Warrior with the Holy Bible to have. He is a man of his word, and his continued support is unparalleled.
Thank you Deacon Hrach Ghazaryan for your service to your motherland your community and our warriors.
Hrachya Ghazaryan – Deacon
“It is simply in the nature of Armenian to study, to learn, to question, to speculate, to discover, to invent, to revise, to restore, to preserve, to make, and to give.”