Texas Wounded Warrior

Business Address: 4301 Fillbrook Lane
Tyler, TX 75707
Smith County
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Business Contact: Richard Goetz
Chairman
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Non-Profit Organization | Navy, Retired | Member since June 15th, 2011

Texas Wounded Warrior is a 501c3 non-profit organization, # 27-3329686, started in Tyler in 2008. The funds Texas Wounded Warrior raises benefit a national non-profit organization, Hope for the Warriors, based in North Carolina. More than 98 percent of contributions to this organization go directly to wounded military and their families.

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