Interested in volunteering or making a donation to an organization making a difference in how our veterans are cared for? "World News Tonight" is directing viewers who want to help wounded service members to these organizations:
Wounded Warrior Project, serves wounded, active duty serviceman and their families as the soldiers are rehabilitated and adjust to civilian life.
The Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund, which provides financial grants and other assistance to wounded Marines, sailors and their families.
Fisher House Foundation, an organization that provides "a home away from home" for families of patients receiving care at major military and VA medical centers throughout the country and overseas.
If you're a veteran or volunteer looking for a VA facility in your area, visit the Department of Veterans Affairs Web site's Facilities Locator & Directory.
Organizations Featured in "The Home Front" Series:
Thurs. Feb. 9, 2006: Dean Reynolds on Soldiers' Stories
Homes for Our Troops built blind veteran Sam Ross' home when he returned to the States.
Fri. Oct. 27, 2006: John Donvan on a U.S. Marine's widow's run for honor in the Marine Corps Marthon
TAPS -- Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors that helps people who have lost relatives in war.