The mission of iWarriors is to honor severely injured members of all branches of the Armed Forces by providing them with personalized iPads, with help from members of the American Mold Builders Association, MoldMaking Technology Magazine, and others.
Powerful video shows Josue Barron, who lost his leg and an eye in 2010 to an explosion, climb his way up a portion of First Sergeant's Hill on his hands and one leg. "Hallway up his prosthetic gave...
Pictured is one of our latest recipients, all made possible by the iSledders 2016 crew. He has deployed to Afghanistan on multiple occasions and has received 2 purple hearts. Once when his truck was hit by enemy fire which killed one and injured 9. The second came when the vehicle he was driving was blown up by an IED. He is loving his new iPad! Special thanks to Glenn and Don Starkey, Todd Steinhoff, Don and Andrew Snow, Doug and Jacob Niggem an, Wayne Sikorcin, Collin Horn, Tim Holland and Bill who rode with us in Michigan to raise the funds this year! ... See MoreSee Less
HONORING, SALUTING OUR VETS: Every night at sunset, 83-year-old Marine veteran Mr. Guy Taylor steps onto his balcony with his bugle...and plays Taps. He gives thanks to those who served, have fallen, ...
Today we extend our sincere gratitude to all Vietnam Veterans for their service and sacrifice. March 29th, a day recognized across our nation as a day of reflection and a day to pay our respects to ...
Take a look at some of our most recent iPad recipients. The men pictured put their lives on hold to fight for our freedoms. All were injured while in combat in Iraq, Afghanistan or Vietnam.They are very thankful for your support to iWarriors. The iPads provided allow each of them to stay connected to loved ones, help in studying to earn their college degrees, search for employment, etc. Many of our recipients suffer from traumatic brain injuries and PTSD. Numerous apps are available to use on the ipads to help in the treatment of both. We hope you will consider supporting our cause to give back to our American Heroes. Visit our website www.iWarriors.org to learn more about our mission and to make a donation. ... See MoreSee Less
We're engraving iPads again tonight for some VIP Marines and Soldiers! ... See MoreSee Less