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USA PATRIOTS KIDS CAMP

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Kids camp

A Life Without Limbs is Limitless:

Our primary reason for fundraising, outside of the Veteran space, is to support our annual Kids Camp where we bring in 20 children (between 8-12 years old) with amputations for a week-long camp. Our team members serve as coaches and mentors for these children. The USA Patriots pay all expenses for the 20 children and one guardian. Our Kids Camp is an annual event. This video will show the amazing power of putting Wounded Warrior Amputees on a field with children who are also amputees.

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Alumni camp

Serving Beyond the Uniform:

During this weeklong event, the USA Patriots will teach kids, who have been living with congenital limb loss or have suffered amputation from illness or injury, the basic fundamentals of playing ball sports. The USA Patriots team members lend a first-hand experience demonstrating the correct way to maneuver basic fundamentals of running bases, batting, pitching and catching while overcoming obstacles, and adapting to everyday challenges. In 2017, we added an Alumni Kids Camp that reunited USA Patriot Players with children who attended a previous Kids Camp. Our USA Patriots Alumni Kids Camp for 2019 will be held in Virginia Beach in conjunction with the Kids Camp. This is a video from the 2017 camp.

 

To learn more about supporting these camps, please
contact Brian Gentilotti to learn about how you can volunteer.

Brian Gentilotti – Kids Camp Players Rep

camp@thewwast.org
(774) 696-4933

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Testimonials

“There is no such word as can’t!" Those are the words my father taught my siblings and myself growing up. Those are the words my husband and I taught our children long before our daughter, born with limb difference, came into our lives. This past week as our 9 year old, Annie Kate, spent a week at the Wounded Warrior softball Camp. The two common threads, of the 20 kids...

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Kim Myers, Mother of 2017 WWAST Kids Camper, Annie Kate

“It’s hard to put into words what this week has meant to Chloe & I! We have met such phenomenal people, it’s been truly life changing!”

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Kari Schmidt, Mother of Kids Camp 2015 Attendee

“These men have given so much and persevered and still continue to give! They took time from work and their own lives to out in an amazing Kids camp for kids with missing limbs/deficiencies. This is special and what a way for these kids to have relatable teachable moments! Plus – as a parent – I was grateful to add to my list of constantly learning! These kids (and...

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Melina Collins, Mother of Kids Camp 2015 Attendee

“Having a great time with some amazing parents and their extraordinary kids. Keaton loves this camp. The Wounded Warriors are the best guys. They are our heroes.”

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Julie Dorman, Mother of Kids Camp 2015 Attendee

“This week has been so rich with prideful moments and life lessons. It is difficult to put into words how the Wounded Warriors Softball Team has changed my family’s life. As sad as we are to leave, I am excited to take this gift we have been given and continue to build bonds with those that have impacted us and to reach out to resources that we didn’t even...

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Kate Mulholland, Mother of Kids Camp 2015 Attendee

“What a privilege it’s been for me to be part of this life changing experience for these kids. Sophia is leaving this camp with a higher level of self-confidence, knows now there many other kids just like her and has learned that no matter what challenges she has to never give up… ‘Life Without A Limb Is Limitless’.”

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Karen Howard, Mother of Kids Camp 2015 Attendee

“Thank you WWAST! We had a phenomenal week with you all and we came home with warm hearts, lots of memories, new friends, and resource referrals. Gage, Matt, and I were able to experience a life changing camp and experience California and its beauty all at the same time. We are so grateful to each and every person who had a hand in putting this together. We are humbled....

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Kelli Beavers, Mother of 2015 Kids Camp Participant

"The kids all had smiles on their faces and that meant everything to me. I know the team got a lot out of the camp and maybe even more than what the kids did. WWAST isn’t just showing people we are able to overcome obstacles in life, it’s about giving back to others and that is what this camp has done…It’s hard to express in words how much this...

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Tim Horton, WWAST player

"Our players and myself enjoyed your group tremendously. We could not stop talking about the children and the dedication the coaches have to them. Easily the most inspirational day at our ballpark that any of us has experienced. Your organization will always be welcome anywhere that I am fortunate enough to be associated with."

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Jim Riggleman, Manager of the Cincinnati Reds Triple-Affiliate Louisville Bats

"The magnitude of this experience is incalculable. This camp has changed everything for us."

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Annette Sheridan, Mother of Kids Camp 2014 Attendee

“There is no such word as can’t!" Those are the words my father taught my siblings and myself growing up. Those are the words my husband and I taught our children long before our daughter, born with limb difference, came into our lives. This past week as our 9 year...

Read more

Kim Myers, Mother of 2017 WWAST Kids Camper, Annie Kate

“It’s hard to put into words what this week has meant to Chloe & I! We have met such phenomenal people, it’s been truly life changing!”

Read more

Kari Schmidt, Mother of Kids Camp 2015 Attendee

“These men have given so much and persevered and still continue to give! They took time from work and their own lives to out in an amazing Kids camp for kids with missing limbs/deficiencies. This is special and what a way for these kids to have relatable teachable moments!...

Read more

Melina Collins, Mother of Kids Camp 2015 Attendee

“Having a great time with some amazing parents and their extraordinary kids. Keaton loves this camp. The Wounded Warriors are the best guys. They are our heroes.”

Read more

Julie Dorman, Mother of Kids Camp 2015 Attendee

“This week has been so rich with prideful moments and life lessons. It is difficult to put into words how the Wounded Warriors Softball Team has changed my family’s life. As sad as we are to leave, I am excited to take this gift we have been given and...

Read more

Kate Mulholland, Mother of Kids Camp 2015 Attendee

“What a privilege it’s been for me to be part of this life changing experience for these kids. Sophia is leaving this camp with a higher level of self-confidence, knows now there many other kids just like her and has learned that no matter what challenges she has to...

Read more

Karen Howard, Mother of Kids Camp 2015 Attendee

“Thank you WWAST! We had a phenomenal week with you all and we came home with warm hearts, lots of memories, new friends, and resource referrals. Gage, Matt, and I were able to experience a life changing camp and experience California and its beauty all at the same time....

Read more

Kelli Beavers, Mother of 2015 Kids Camp Participant

"The kids all had smiles on their faces and that meant everything to me. I know the team got a lot out of the camp and maybe even more than what the kids did. WWAST isn’t just showing people we are able to overcome obstacles in life, it’s about...

Read more

Tim Horton, WWAST player

"Our players and myself enjoyed your group tremendously. We could not stop talking about the children and the dedication the coaches have to them. Easily the most inspirational day at our ballpark that any of us has experienced. Your organization will always be welcome anywhere that I am fortunate...

Read more

Jim Riggleman, Manager of the Cincinnati Reds Triple-Affiliate Louisville Bats

"The magnitude of this experience is incalculable. This camp has changed everything for us."

Read more

Annette Sheridan, Mother of Kids Camp 2014 Attendee