In a previous article “It’s About Partners” the Dry Log explored some reasons for Rytech’s remarkable success in the $60 Billion recession proof remediation industry.  The most prominent distinction was a propensity to partner with others… “Strategically of course. But, also based on a shared vision and mutual respect between partners with a common goal.”

One such Rytech partnership is The Wounded Warrior Project. Rytech is proud to unequivocally state its’ support for injured veterans as a Wounded Warrior Project Corporate Champion.

There are many names; Mike Larson (above), Jose Rodriguez (below) to name a few pictured here. Dan Miller is another. Recently, during the Rytech sponsored Sunshine Conference, Rytech raised $13,000 (and counting) for this important cause. Dan Miller, a Wounded Warrior, was a special guest speaker who doesn’t see his life experiences as his story—rather, they are his history. “We are all a product of our own personal histories,” he said. “The first step in really understanding a person or a subject is to understand the truth behind that history.”

Rytech Restoration is all about putting people back to the way they were before tragedy struck. Wounded veterans face significant challenges when they return to civilian life. Every veteran’s journey is different, so WWP provides services that meet warriors where they are. Wounded Warriors helps Rytech transform the way America’s injured veterans are empowered, employed, and engaged in their communities.

The dollars Rytech provides directly support the programs and services that give warriors access to mental and physical health support, employment and education assistance, and many other WWP services.  Warriors never pay a penny for WWP programs.

Dan Millers’ message moved the crowd to a rousing standing ovation and touched Rytech’s corporate heart. We hope those interested in joining with Rytech to help other deserving warriors will go to Sunshine Conference Supports WWP

Dan Miller-Wounded Warrior

“When you see the destruction, the lives lost, the sacrifices, and the suffering, it changes you,” Dan Miller said. “… There was always the next mission, the next rocket or improvised explosive device, the next danger to prevent or avoid. Those experiences can’t stay buried forever.”

For Rytech, the Wounded Warrior Project is the perfect way to give back and to help thousands of Wounded Warriors just like Dan Miller, Jose Rodriguez and Mike Larson.

Rytech’s participation helps ensure that wounded warriors never pay a penny to receive the life-changing resources they need and deserve. The greater the contribution, the greater the impact made in the lives of wounded warriors.

About Wounded Warrior Project--Since 2003, Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) has been meeting the growing needs of warriors, their families, and caregivers – helping them achieve their highest ambition. Learn more: http://newsroom.woundedwarriorproject.org/about-us.