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Ferrari Beverly Hills at Special Operation: Night Mission – A Non-Profit Auction Benefiting the Combat Wounded Coalition

By February 21, 2018 No Comments

On February 15th, 2018, Ferrari Beverly Hills hosted Overcome Academy and The Combat Wounded Coalition evening fundraiser to raise awareness and support the sacrifices made by combat wounded warriors at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles. Orchestrated by Retired Navy SEAL Jason Redman, a wounded warrior himself and founder of the Overcome Academy, the event included a live charity auction conducted by award-winning actress, activist and philanthropist Sharon Stone to support the missions of the Overcome Academy and The Combat Wounded Coalition. Associate supporters are RM/Sotheby’s, Ferrari Financial Service, Bruce Meyer and Ferrari Lake Forest.

Retired Navy SEAL, Jason “Jay” Redman is the author of The Trident, a riveting memoir capturing a 21-year career and journey in leadership serving with the US Navy SEAL Teams. He is a nationally sought after motivational speaker and the founder of SOF Spoken speaking company providing inspirational presentations across the country to Fortune 500 companies, sports teams and organizations. Severely wounded on a combat operation in Iraq in 2007, Redman would undergo almost 40 surgeries over the next four years. During his recovery, Redman and his wife founded and launched Wounded Wear, a non-profit organization committed to providing wounded warriors free clothing and clothing modifications based off Redman’s experiences with his own wounds and public reactions to his injuries. In 2015, Redman expanded Wounded Wear into the Combat Wounded Coalition.

The Combat Wounded Coalition™ is a nationally known Non-Profit Organization (Tax ID – 27-0426467) that inspires combat-wounded warriors, their families, and families of the fallen to Overcome through four program pillars – Pride – Power – Purpose and Peace. The Combat Wounded Coalition connects combat wounded warriors with vetted partner organizations to directly match and help fund warrior needs with partner services. The Combat Wounded Coalition then provides the oversight, management and accountability of warriors as they pass through the Four Pillar Pipeline tracking them before, during, and after receiving support and services provided by the CWC and our strategic partners.

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