2007

CSRA Wound Warrior Care Project was created. In 2007, Laurie Ott was an anchorwoman and a reporter for WRDW-TV. She was interviewing a badly wounded warrior who was undergoing therapy…
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2008

Former News 12 anchor Laurie Ott featured on national news. Wounded Warriors featured on imaginehope.com.  
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2009

Wounded Warrior care attracts high visibility. Fighting For War’s Wounded.  
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2010

Reintegrating Warriors after Combat. Innovative Illinois Company Supports Innovation in Warrior Care Efforts expected to raise $25,000 plus for the project. A Soldier’s Story: Bringing Veterans Day home.  
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2011

BY 2011, Laurie had recruited Jim Lorraine – a man with deep experience in helping wounded warriors – to replace her. The name of the organization had changed to the Augusta…
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2012

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program awards grants to private non-profit organizations and consumer cooperatives who can provide supportive services to very low-income Veteran families…
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2013

Five years in, Augusta Warrior Project shows impressive action A program to help wounded warriors that was started by Jim Hull and Laurie Ott just five years ago has blossomed…
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2014

Acclaimed Augusta Warrior Project poised to go nationwide In 1969, the book, Present at the Creation was published. It is the autobiography of a man who played key roles in…
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2015

Augusta- Aiken Warrior Project Gets $101,000 Donation Some of our hometown heroes got a big gift on Friday, courtesy of Plant Vogtle. The Augusta-Aiken Warrior Project was given a check…
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2016

Augusta Warrior Project Partners With The Veteran Golfers The Augusta Warrior Project (AWP) announced today their partnership with the Veteran Golfers Association (VGA) on their 2016 Tuesday for the Troops…
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