Amputee Teddy Bears For Wounded Warrior Children
Operation Ward 57 is excited to announce we have partnered with The Freeman Project and Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) students at St. James High School in Murrells Inlet, SC to provide custom Amputee Teddy Bears to children of wounded warriors! These teddy bears are not only provided as a comfort and emotional support item, but they are an educational tool as well. The amputee teddy bear they receive will be custom made by hand to match their wounded warrior.
The bears can be customized with specific arm or leg amputations, military branch uniform and custom nametape.
These bears will be provided FREE of charge to the families.
Those Eligible Include Post 9/11 Active Duty Service Members or Veterans who suffered the loss of a limb in combat or as a result of injuries sustained while deployed. Please note additional documentation may be required (i.e. VA Rating Letter) after submission. Priority in production goes to those still in the hospital in recovery.
Read More about The Freeman Project & The St. James High School Students HERE.
If you would like to make a donation to help us cover the expenses of making
and shipping these bears please click HERE. Thank you.