We have now delivered instruments to the VA on Maui to start using music as therapy for the wounded there. We have presented some volunteers to the department to choose from and hopefully there will be Hawaiian music filling the halls of the VA and the power of music healing everyone around them. Thank you to KALA Ukuleles for supporting us in this mission. Mahalo!
The volunteers at Warrior Cry teach injured soldiers to create, play, and record music. The soldiers then look forward to performing live shows for anyone interested in watching miracles at work.
Warrior Cry is always in need of funding and gear. Guitars, basses, electronic drums, amps, strings, picks and sticks are just a few of the necessary items needed to provide wounded soldiers a pause from the stress of their injuries.
Warrior Cry also needs artists who are willing to make a difference in the lives of these soldiers by conducting clinics or simply by stopping by and visiting them at the hospital.
Thank you for supporting your Wounded Warriors.
Please remember, many countries make up the coalition forces that serve in the Middle East. They also have injured soldiers needing our support. This is a global effort and it needs global support.
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