Boeing Provides $50,000 Grant to Workshops for Warriors

Funds to help nonprofit school provide wounded warriors, veterans and active duty service members with manufacturing training, nationally recognized credentials.

Workshops for Warriors (WFW) received a $50,000 grant from Boeing. The grant is crucial in allowing Workshops for Warriors to support workforce development by providing quality training, accredited STEM educational programs and opportunities to earn third-party nationally recognized credentials.

Richard Annett, vice president, Logistics Products and Services at Tapestry Solutions, a subsidiary of The Boeing Company, says. “We are proud of our long-standing commitment to supporting men and women in uniform and military families by employing more than 20,000 veterans who are continuing their mission with Boeing, as well as advocacy and support of a variety of military and veteran-specific programs like Workshops for Warriors.”

To learn about enrollment or donating to help support the program and its mission, visit workshopsforwarriors.org.