Southlake Wounded Warrior Tourney, Inc.
Southlake Wounded Warrior Softball Tourney, Inc. is a Texas non-profit company whose steering committee includes business persons, veterans, former pro athletes, youth coaches and sports parents. Southlake WW was formed for the purpose of raising awareness of and funding for the Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team (WWAST). All the net proceeds of Southlake WW’s fundraising efforts are donated to the WWAST. The members of the Southlake Wounded Warrior steering committee are: Laura Bellamy, Marty Bellamy, Curtis Green, David Heintzelman, Patty Heintzelman, Kevin Mench, Bob Morgan, Nancy Morgan, Marsalyn Motley, Paul Schneider, David Spuria, Deanna Spuria, Bill Webb, Jamie Wimberly, Greg Zenoble, Kelli Ramage, Bart Bonney, Monti VanBrunt, Matt Miller, Laura Manning, Stan Walter, Martha Heineman, Bobby Witt, Miguel Salinas, Detective Jason Henninger and Darren Oliver
Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team
WWAST is a 501(c)(3) public charity whose mission is to inspire and educate others while enhancing the health and welfare of military amputees.
The WWAST represents some of our nation’s bravest and most determined heroes, soldiers and veterans. These extremely athletic men have sustained severe injuries resulting in amputation while serving in the military/war, and through extensive rehabilitation, they have become competitive athletes again. Together they comprise the national Wounded Warrior Amputee Softball Team, which travels the world playing abled-bodied teams in competitive, celebrity and exhibition softball games, bringing their special brand of softball, courage and inspiration.
WWAST’s charitable priorities include:
- Fielding, training , and sponsoring teams consisting of amputee soldiers who play against able-bodied teams all over the word
- Hosting an annual WWAST Kids Camp to inspire and educate attendees and their families
- Supporting heterotopic ossification research that enhances the health of all military amputees, as well as other amputees
- Assisting and supporting military amputees