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Bosma Enterprises teams up with Wounded Warrior Program

INDIANAPOLIS (Inside INdiana Business) — A strategic partnership has been formed between Indianapolis-based nonprofit Bosma Enterprises and the Wounded Warrior Program to help people with vision loss and assist wounded veterans finding jobs. Bosma employees will package Personal Protective Equipment kits to be sold by the Wounded Warrior Program, with proceeds going to create work for veterans and the visually impaired. 

“Bosma and the Wounded Warrior Program share a mission of providing meaningful employment to people who have disabilities,” said Bosma Enterprises President and CEO Jeffrey Mittman. “We are proud to partner to create opportunities to work to this population as we are doing our part to keep the public safe and protected with high-quality PPE.”

Wounded Warrior Program Chief Executive Officer David Godbold, noted that “partnering with Bosma not only opens doors for veteran employment but also unlocks access to thousands of everyday items needed to keep our people safe and healthy in workplaces throughout the federal government and elsewhere.”

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