The Wounded Warrior Project’s International Services


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Wounded Warrior Project

Delgado Travel Agency has provided a range of travel services, including package vacations and money exchange, for over four decades from its offices in three states. In terms of giving back, Delgado Travel Agency supports several charities, including the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP), which helps injured military veterans make the often-difficult transition back into civilian life.

Though the WWP focuses primarily on domestic programs, it also provides international services at facilities such as Ramstein Air Base and Landstuhl Regional Medical Center (LRMC) in Germany. In particular, the WWP offers comfort items such as jackets and blanket to wounded personnel who arrive at the LRMC, often the first place an injured serviceperson arrives at in Germany.

Beyond this, the WWP provides counseling and several programs via its Warrior Transition Units, which it has established throughout Europe. It also supports international doctors through a thank-you campaign that includes direct interaction with those the doctors have treated, and two appreciation lunches per year.


Wounded Warrior Project’s Warriors to Work Program

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Warriors to Work

During the course of more than 40 years of offering travel and money services to customers, Delgado Travel Agency has lent its support to a number of charitable initiatives. Among many other organizations, Delgado Travel Agency has contributed extensively to the Wounded Warrior Project. The Warriors to Work program is one of the most important initiatives created by the charity.

This program focuses on helping wounded veterans develop the skills they need to re-enter the workplace. Among its many services, it can help them develop their résumés, set realistic and attainable goals, prepare for job interviews, and connect with employers that may be able to offer opportunities.

The program also focuses on educating potential employers by making them aware of viable candidates while also educating them about combat-related injuries. The program also assists with the onboarding processes put in place by employers and aims to form long-lasting relationships with those who are committed to helping veterans find work.