The Bob Woodruff Foundation today announced $3.3 million in grants, awarded to 32 nonprofit programs meeting the needs of post-9/11 veterans, service members and their families. More Info.
The Bob Woodruff Foundation has released its 2016 Annual Report. The report highlights the foundation’s continued growth and ability to Find, Fund and Shape™ innovative programs that benefit our nation’s post-9/11 injured service members, veterans and their families. More Info.
The Bob Woodruff Foundation held its annual Spring Reception in our nation’s capitol, at the St. Regis Hotel, April 27. Hosted by foundation cofounder Lee Woodruff, in partnership with the Greater Washington Board of Trade, the event brought leaders together from both sides of the aisle to focus on the needs of our military and its veterans. More Info.
The Bob Woodruff Foundation congratulates Dr. David Shulkin on his nomination to serve as the next Veterans Affairs secretary by President-elect Donald Trump, and looks forward to working with the new administration to meet the needs of today’s veterans and their families. More Info.
The Bob Woodruff Foundation has much to be proud of as it reflects on the year that was 2016. Beyond celebrating its namesake’s 10th Alive Day in January, and the 10th annual Stand Up for Heroes last month, the foundation has awarded more than $4.4 million to veteran-serving nonprofits across the country. More Info.
The Bob Woodruff Foundation today announced $1.8 million in grants, awarded to more than two-dozen nonprofit programs meeting the needs of today’s impacted veterans, service members and their families. More Info.
Everything seems bigger on Broadway and for the entire month of November our nation’s veterans and their families took center stage, thanks to Morgan Stanley’s “Lights On Broadway” campaign with the Bob Woodruff Foundation. More Info.
The Bob Woodruff Foundation has established a financial assistance fund to help cover unreimbursed costs associated with IVF treatments for veterans unable to conceive due to service-connected injuries. More Info.
Celebrating a decade of laughter and music and honoring our nation’s injured service members, the 10th Annual Stand Up for Heroes raised more than $6.4 million for the Bob Woodruff Foundation (BWF), in front of a sold-out crowd at the Theater at Madison Square Garden last night. More Info.
The Bob Woodruff Foundation (BWF) is pleased to continue its partnership with Veterans on Wall Street (VOWS), a consortium of 85 financial services led by Citi, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and HSBC, to bolster support of transitioning service members, veterans and their families. More Info.