December 8, 2016

How Litter Kills Wildlife

Everyone knows that litter looks bad and has a negative impact on wildlife. What most people do not know or understand is how litter kills wildlife. Red Bird Creative, located in Perth, Australia created a 90 second animation, “How Litter Kills” that visually shows the impact litter has on wildlife. “What most people do not […]

Overhead Costs for Wounded Nature’s Sponsored Boats

Overhead Costs for Wounded Nature’s Sponsored Boats Outreach at the cleanup events Publicity thru press releases and inviting media to stay aboard 1 night – 1,500 mo.  18,000 annually. Educational materials to be used and brochures to be given away at cleanups and outreach events.  Each boat will have educational props and educational brochures to […]

Behind the Scenes with Fox and Friends at Folly Beach

Here are the behind the scenes photos taken by Susan Gregory as Rick Reichmuth broadcasted his weather remote from Folly Beach, SC on Sunday March 11, 2012.  During the second half hour throughout the Fox and Friends Weekend show he focused on Wounded Nature – Working Veterans’ mission of cleaning up rural beaches and providing […]

Wounded Nature – Working Veterans 501c3 Status Approved by IRS

On September 1, 2011 the IRS approved Wounded Nature – Working Veterans status as a 501c3.  A copy of our letter of approval can be viewed here: WounderNature 501C3 Letter from IRS To view our IRS Publication 78 listing online, go to: http://www.irs.gov/app/pub-78/search.do?nameSearchTypeStarts=false&names=woundednature&nameSearchTypeAll=false&city=&state=All…&country=USA&deductibility=all&dispatchMethod=search&submitName=Search

Barry Fixler’s Book Release at the 2011 NYC Book Fair

Marine veteran Barry Fixler and his wife Linda invited fellow Marine veteran Rudy Socha and Susan Gregory (USAF ret.) to attend several events surrounding the release his book, Semper Cool http://www.sempercool.com/ at Book Week 2011.  Book Week 2011 took place in NYC the week leading up to Memorial Weekend which also coincides with NYC’s military oriented […]

Veterans and Alcohol

Many times the media does a human interest story on a veteran.  Often the writer feels the best way to generate interest is to explore a problem the veteran is facing.  Sometimes the story lines are promoted by non-profits and government agencies whose income is based on increased publicity and funding for the highlighted problem.  […]