EDUCATE STUDENTS. HONOR VETERANS.
EMPOWER WOUNDED WARRIORS.

This fall, we're calling on schools and teachers K-12 to join Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) for our Veterans Day education and fundraising campaign — Honor Their Courage. Register your school or classroom, gain access to a variety of education resources, and help provide lifesaving programs to wounded warriors and their families. Make a difference for warriors one classroom at a time and raise awareness around the history, sacrifice, and service of America's military service members.

HOW IT WORKS

Join us as a classroom, and we'll give you the resources you need to make this service learning opportunity a success. If you would like your entire school to get involved, email us here for more info. We have a variety of flexible lesson plans for all ages — just pick what works best in your classroom. Examples of resources include:

  • A Values activity for your students to learn about the character traits of the military and reflect on what these traits mean to them
  • Videos of warriors sharing their stories for your students
  • Veteran focused reading lists
  • Social Emotional Learning Activities

There is an optional fundraising component if you would like your classroom to go above and beyond and make a tangible impact in the lives of the warriors WWP serves. We have some great classroom prizes available for those that fundraise!

STEP 1:

Choose the appropriate age group and register to create a classroom campaign. Need a letter to share with your school principal or administrator? Download our Letter to School.

STEP 2:

Once you're registered, check out our activities and veteran-inspired content for your grade level to include in your fall curriculum.  

STEP 3:

Educate and engage your students leading up to Veterans Day. Share and honor the sacrifice and service of our nation’s injured servicemen and women.

Thank You to our Sponsor

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