Add Antonio Giuliano (American tenor), Lonestar, Nathan Osmond, Sarah Darling, Moi Navarro, Angel Taylor (NBC’s The Voice), and Maryland’s own rising female country star, Laura Bryna, along with Larry King as emcee and you get one fabulous fundraiser!
The Wounded In Action Family Foundation held its “Homeward Bound Heroes” event Wednesday night at the Music Center at Strathmore. The evening proceeds will help WIAFF with its programs that assist veterans and their families as they transition from hospital to home, including family counseling and job assistance as well as helping to retrofit homes, purchase handicap vehicles, and setting up community support.
“[This] event provided an opportunity to raise funds to support wounded warriors and their families, while also saluting all who have served,” said Warren Elliott, CEO and co-founder of the WIAFF. “Assistance to wounded warriors is not only the right thing to do; it’s an investment in our country. To date, the recipients we’ve helped and their branches of military, are all extremely grateful for Wounded In Action Family Foundation support.”
Among those in attendance were Maryland’s Lieutenant Governor Anthony Brown who spoke between musical acts. For those unable to attend, the concert was streamed worldwide on Stageit.com.
*Images provided by WIAFF