Corporate Sponsorship with the Wounded Warrior Project
June 7, 2022
Curri is pleased to announce our Corporate Sponsorship with the Wounded Warrior Project. Read on to learn how Curri is involved with this charity and veterans' service organization.
What Is the Wounded Warrior Project?
The Wounded Warrior Project’s mission is to raise awareness and assist the needs of service members who sustained physical, mental illness, or wounds while serving in the military.
Through the support of the public, the WWP is able to provide vital assistance to ensure every warrior has a positive future to look forward to. By offering unique programs, the Wounded Warrior Project aids veterans in overcoming visible and invisible injuries sustained in war to achieve their educational, employment, and personal goals.
“It means a great deal to have an outlet such as the Wounded Warrior Project that is dedicated to providing the help and rehabilitation needed to begin our new lives outside of the military,” said Tyler Fire, current Curri Freight Representative and former infantryman with the US Army.
What the Wounded Warrior Project Means to Curri
“Curri is proud to support the Wounded Warrior Project in its service of injured veterans and their families. We love and have a deep appreciation for those who serve our country.”
- Matt Lafferty, CEO, and co-founder of Curri.
A large number of Curri employees and drivers who drive with the Curri app have served in the military, so for us, the Wounded Warrior Project is a cause that hits close to home.
“I appreciate Curri taking the time and resources to improve wounded veteran lives. I’m proud to be a part of a company that lifts others up and reinvests in society.”
- Sean Emerson, a veteran of the United States Army and current Curri Core Platform Manager.
Proud to Pledge Our Support
As a company, it is now our turn to pay it back to the brave men and women who served our country. We’re so pleased to be able to raise money and make a donation to The Wounded Warrior Project. Curri looks forward to donating to the WWP again in the future.