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Warrior Health Foundation, Inc. (WHF) is a charitable organization as described in §501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; EIN#: 81-5267947, registered in the state of Florida. In Accordance with the Internal Revenue Service guidelines, Warrior Health Foundation, Inc. maintains discretion and sole control over the use of all donated funds once a tax-deductible receipt is issued. All donations are non-refundable. In practice, Warrior Health Foundation, Inc. honors the donor’s request for any of our pre-approved programs and projects whenever possible as requested. In rare cases when that is not possible, gifts will be used where needed. Therefore, donors explicitly release Warrior Health Foundation, Inc. from any restrictions on how those funds are spent. No goods or services were provided in return for any contribution. Contributions are tax-deductible to the limit allowed by law if the donor itemizes as applicable state and federal laws permit.
We aim to promote the overall wellness and health of a Special Operations Forces (SOF) veteran that has made multiple combat deployments overseas and is experiencing some form of hormonal and vitamin imbalance that causes a wide range of issues.
We are committed to helping our military SOF veterans through proactive and preventative healthcare services at 100% zero cost to the participant.
Warrior Health Foundation is in no way associated with the Veterans Administration, TRICARE or any reimbursable health plans. WHF offers an alternative protocol to being treated and placed on opioid-based prescriptions.