Wounded Warriors Faces Tough Choices in RebuildingJanuary 6, 2017 | :
by Dianna Cahn
WASHINGTON — The nonprofit Wounded Warrior Project entered 2016 with a more than $400 million budget and reason to believe its meteoric growth would continue. It ended the year with detrimental losses following a scandal that led to the ouster of its two top executives in March.
And while the veterans charity has remained mum on projected 2017 revenue, there is little doubt that donations continue to fall.
The question is, by how much.