|Christmas in Ice gave wounded veterans and their families a chance to bond in North Pole, Alaska|
"It is amazing to see what someone can create from a block of ice," , an Army veteran and WWP Alumnus, said.
"The kids loved the slides and we pulled them around in the sled to view all of the completed carvings," Michael said.
"I feel very comfortable around my fellow wounded warriors, and because of this I get out and do things," Jason said.
"My wife enjoyed the two of us going down the slide together in a small sled acting like children. I pulled her around and spun her in a circle and let her go like a slingshot," Michael said. "This brought out the kid in us."
WWP strives to meet the changing needs of the injured population we serve. More than of every dollar raised goes to support wounded veterans. More than 23,000 injured service members responded to WWP's 2015 annual Alumni Survey, sharing insights into their challenges and successes. WWP uses that information to shape the lifesaving programs and services. Read the survey, or download the executive summary at woundedwarriorproject.org/survey.