MTSI urges donations for Wounded Warriors

Contributions using the QR code will go directly to WWP. To donate any amount, visit the WWP project NA/T Page at the QR code.

MADISON –Modern Technology Solutions Inc. or MTSI employees have shown their appreciation for men and women who gave beyond expectations while in active service. Those employees want the region to join.

To honor warfighters, this year MTSI funded an initial charitable contribution to Wounded Warrior Project or WWP. MTSI is challenging communities in North Alabama and Tennessee to help raise $20,000 minimum in 60 days.

“Modern Technology Solutions Inc. ‘has primed the pump’ in support of this 60-day challenge to see how much our community can raise to support the Wounded Warrior Project,” Steve Parker said. An MTSI employee, Parker works as Chief Engineer in support of the Army and Missile Defense Division.

MTSI organizers have set Nov. 8 as the donation deadline.

Wounded Warrior Project, an American charity and veterans service organization, operates as a nonprofit 501(c)3. The organization offers various programs, services and events for veterans who were wounded or who incurred a physical/mental injury during military service on or after Sept. 11, 2001. Military family members and caregivers also are eligible for WWP programs. (Wikipedia.com)

Wounded Warrior Project can provide high-touch services for optimum quality of life to post-9/11 veterans with moderate-to-severe brain or spinal cord injuries or neurological conditions that cause struggles with day-to-day living.

WWP’s unique program focuses on setting achievable goals, increasing participation in community activities and embracing the future. Wounded Warrior Project is dedicated to empowering wounded veterans to lead a more fulfilling life – whether living with family, independently or in an assisted-care facility.

Contributions using the QR code in this article will go directly to WWP. To donate any amount, visit the WWP project NA/T Page at the QR code.

“Thanks in advance for your help and support for this very worthy cause,” Parker said.

Two retired U.S. Air Force engineers founded MTSI in 1993. MTSI, a technology solutions company, is a 100-percent, an employee-owned and -operated firm that delivers specialized technical, engineering and acquisition support services to a wide range of public sector and industry customers.

MTSI was named to “100 Best Companies to Work for in 2023” by “Great Place to Work” and “Fortune.” MTSI ranked 41st.

For more information, visit mtsi-va.com.

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