Elliott Broidy Supports Wounded Warrior Project

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(Newswire.net — May 26, 2014) Los Angeles, California — The recent revelations of problems related to the Veterans Affairs administration has been disheartening for all of those who support the brave men and women who have fought for the nation’s freedoms.  Elliott Broidy, as seen on the web at http://instagram.com/elliottbroidy#, is committed to providing support for veterans through generous donations to organizations like Wounded Warrior Project.

Wounded Warrior Project is a compilation of several programs that reach out to veterans who were wounded on or after September 11, 2001.  These programs offer help with services such as education that enable these veterans to return to a normal life after being wounded in the line of duty.  In 2014, Wounded Warrior Project, as seen at http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org, has committed more than $30 million in assistance to 250 warriors who will need a lifetime of financial support and help.  Through the Independence Program and the Long-Term Support Trust, Wounded Warrior Project has joined forces with donors to provide help for these severely wounded veterans that they may not otherwise receive.

Mr. Broidy, an executive and director of some of the most successful corporations in the world, has committed his own time, resources and efforts to helping these wounded veterans as well.  According to Broidy, whose story can be seen at http://elliottbroidy.companybulletin.com/, “Helping veterans to live normal lives is the price we owe those who have given everything to keep our nation safe and preserve our freedoms.  It is an honor for me to help in any small way possible to make their lives easier when they return to the States after being wounded in the line of duty.”


Elliott Broidy has committed significant resources to the Wounded Warrior Project as well as other philanthropic endeavors to assist veterans.  By offering his time and money to Wounded Warrior project, Mr. Broidy hopes to encourage wounded veterans to transition into normal life as they return after paying the ultimate price to preserve American freedoms and protect the nation in foreign lands.


About Mr. Broidy:  Elliot Broidy has spent more than 30 years in the field of financial management.  He has served in executive positions at companies such as Bell Enterprises and Markstone Capital.  He has been the CEO of Broidy Capital Management since 1991, serving as the leader of the private equity firm that is based in Los Angeles.  He also offers financial support to many organizations focusing on education and help for military service members and veterans, including the Medal of Honor Foundation, the Wounded Warriors Project and Hounds for Heroes.  He is also the producer of the movie Snake and Mongoose that recounts the story of drag racers Don Prudhomme and Tom McEwen, as seen at http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5748021/.


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