Volume 1 of the 4W2H Newsletter talks about 4W2H's quest to obtain non-profit status as well as several articles written by board members. 4W2H Spring 2012 Newsletter - PDF Version 4W2H Spring 2012 Newsletter - MS Word Format
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda Dec. 15, 2011 Members from 4 Wheel to Heal volunteered their time Dec. 15 to help serve a turkey dinner to the wounded veterans at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Md. The Christmas Party was sponsored by Operation Ward 57. Lunch was served to [...]
Walter Reed National Miliary Medical Center, Bethesda December 3, 2011 Members from 4 Wheel to Heal helped Laura Boone from Operation Ward 57 set up a Christmas Tree and decorations in the family room at the Ward in Bethesda. Afterwards we were introduced to Derek McConnell, a Wounded Warrior who was recovering. We sat and [...]
Poison Spyder became the first sponsor to 4 Wheel to Heal with a charitable donation of Gift Certificates and merchandise.
September 16th, 2011 A donation of $250 was made to Operation Ward 57 on behalf of 4 Wheel to Heal. 4W2H is committed to helping wounded veterans still in in-patient care. We believe our donations will help those veterans still healing make it to outpatient care where they will be able to join us on [...]
York, PA July 16th & 17th, 2011 Rick Bear of PA Jeeps was gracious enough to donate a Vender / Swap meet spot to "4 Wheel to Heal." He is a veteran himself and was impressed with the 4W2H cause. This gives 4W2H a spot at the All Breeds Jeep Show of 10 x 40 [...]
Cove, Va. August 12th-13th, 2011 4 Wheel to Heal had a booth right next to John Hunt at registration. We raised over $600 in t-shirt sales! There was an insane amount of interest and it was such a good feeling to see the rigs driving around with our 4W2H stickers on them.
September 9th-11th 2011 4 Wheel to Heal raised more than $1300 at the Main Jambo, Big Dogs Offroad event! This event happened during the 10 Year Anniversary of the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center.
July 07, 2011 We met Brittney and all of the other Op Ward 57 Volunteers (Laura Boone & Katie Fairman). We also met the head civilian of Ward 57 & 58 Caleb (Great guy). Caleb got us in contact with a representative for the USO and says they'd really love to help. We toured the [...]
Lead Volunteer - East William Fields is married, has one daughter and is originally from Indiana. He is an active duty Army soldier, SFC/E-7, and has been in the military since 1991, 1991-1999 in the USMC and currently serving in the Army since 2004. His original MOS (Military Occupational Specialty) was 0311 (Basic Rifleman) and 11B [...]