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Warriors In Need

Our mission is to support transitioning veterans and disabled veterans as they successfully find their place in a new civilian life.

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The WIN Mission

At Warriors In Need (WIN), we are unwavering in our commitment to honor and support the brave men and women of the United States Military. As a veteran-owned business, our foundation is rooted in the invaluable experiences gained through our CEO’s service in the US Marine Corps. Our mission is to empower transitioning veterans and disabled veterans as they embark on a new chapter in civilian life.

Throughout our own personal journeys, we have been nurtured, educated, and guided by those who came before us. We recognize that when we reach the pinnacle of our own achievements, it becomes our duty to extend a helping hand to others. Warriors In Need serves as that beacon of support not only for our founder but also for all those who are willing and able to lend a hand. Together, we will facilitate the transition, provide unwavering support, uplift, and sponsor veterans and disabled veterans as they turn the page on their military service and seamlessly integrate into civilian society.

Why We Help

“My dedication knows no bounds regarding our veterans, disabled veterans, and transitioning warriors. We will meet our challenges head-on, overcome obstacles, and break through barriers to successfully achieve our mission.”

-Ben Ingram

How We Help

Warriors In Need partners with companies to train and employ veterans within the aviation industry.

WIN is not about finding jobs. It’s about helping establish a meaningful and fulfilling post-service career. 

Contact

If you are a veteran in need or a company looking to support veterans, fill out the form to the right or call us at 747-946-1775

If you are facing a crisis, and do not know where to turn, please call the nationwide mental health lifeline at 988.

 

in memory of joshua levi covarrubias