Purple Heart Project Donation
In 2015 I was contacted by a combat Wounded Warrior; a former U.S. Marine who was suffering from the the effects of an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) that blew up the vehicle he was in. He told me how traditional handtool woodworking was a type of therapy helping him cope with his struggles from combat. That encounter sent me on a mission to introduce the joy and peace found through the therapy of handtool woodworking to the brave men and women suffering from the mental and physical wounds of combat through what is now my Purple Heart Project. You can learn all about this project HERE. Through the generous donations of woodworkers like yourself we are able to give back and say "Thank You" to these Wounded Warriors who have laid their lives on the line for us. Please help me in this mission with a donation. 100% of your donation goes to serve these Wounded Warriors.
Spruce Level - $10
Poplar Level - $25
Pine Level - $50
Oak Level - $100
Walnut Level - $250
Rosewood Level - $500
Purple Heart Level - $1000
Sponsor a Tool Kit for a Vet - $2000
Sponsor One Vet's Scholarship - $3500
Easy way to support a great cause
This has to be one of the best projects I’ve ever heard about to support wounded vets. I try to remember to include a donation with every order I make. It is easy to add and every little bit helps.
Video Rob Cosman work bench
Enjoying video, good instructions on how to build the work bench. Thank you. Glad to be able to help out for the cause. Our veteran's deserve it all, in keeping us all safe and free, God Bless Them.
I made a donation to the PHP and did not receive any product in return except for the satisfaction of being able to help support the PHP project. I’m an eight year USAF veteran from 1963-1971 and it is fantastic to see you honoring the men and women that gave so much to serve their countries for us to have the freedoms we have. Thanks for all your doing Oke
Glad to contribute to this worthy cause- Vets deserve all the support we can give, and Rob’s Purple Heart Project does great things for the vets that participate
This is a great project that Rob and his family do to help combat wounded vets. Not only do they get world class training but they go home with the best tools and now get a bench to continue the woodworking that can act as therapy.