#WeHeartOurWarriors - CDF Launches Photo Sharing Campaign to Benefit Wounded Warrior Project

To Our Clients, Friends and Colleagues,

Once again, CDF is proud to announce that we are launching a campaign to benefit the Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP), a nonprofit organization whose mission is to honor and to empower injured veterans and service members who have suffered a physical or mental injury defending our nation in the armed services, as well as their families.  Our goal is to raise awareness and funds for those service men and women who are still battling against their visible and invisible wounds.

To help make a difference in the lives of wounded soldiers and their families, CDF will be harnessing the immense power of social media by conducting a social media photo sharing campaign during the entire month of September 2017.  The campaign, “#WeHeartOurWarriors,” is part of an ongoing charitable partnership the firm started with WWP in 2014 in celebration of the firm’s 20th anniversary. 

The campaign invites people to post a photo of themselves, or others, making a "W" sign with their hands for "Warriors", uploading it to their social media accounts (Twitter, Instagram or Facebook via this Campaign LINK - photos can also be uploaded directly on the firm's website at www.CDFLaborLaw.com/WeHeartOurWarriors), tagging the photo with the hashtag #WeHeartOurWarriors, and then tagging others challenging them to do the same.  For each tagged photo uploaded, CDF will donate $5 to WWP.  All photos collected will be aggregated and available to view via the firm’s website at, www.CDFLaborLaw.com/weheartourwarriors.



Please join CDF during the month of September, tagging your pictures with #WeHeartOurWarriors and challenging all of your clients, contacts, friends and family to do the same!” 

Remember, it’s that simple … Snap, Upload, Hashtag, Tag Another!

See you, and your “W” online!

On behalf of everyone at Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger LLP, thank you for watching, and we hope you participate.

Dave Carothers
Proud Veteran and Partner at CDF

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