Ralph Bratch Recently Elected to Board of Directors of the Injured Warriors Fund of Florida, Inc.

Veterans Help Group is proud to announce that advocate Ralph Bratch – co-founder of Veterans Help Group – was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the Injured Warriors Fund of Florida, Inc.

The Injured Warriors Fund of Florida, Inc. is a not for profit organization created to provide financial aid and assistance to all severely wounded combat veterans and their families. It is located in the Tampa Bay area but serves veterans across the entire state of Florida. It originated out of the membership of the Marine Corps League but has since become a separate organization independent of the Marine Corps League but still supported by it.

Veterans Help Group has previously supported the Injured Warriors Fund of Florida, Inc. since 2015 naming it as a beneficiary of funds raised during the annual Clearwater Threshers Military and Veterans Appreciation Night baseball ball game.

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