FourBlock Receives Grant from the Bob Woodruff Foundation

The Bob Woodruff Foundation recognizes FourBlock as one of the nation’s most innovative programs for post-9/11 veterans.

(NEW YORK CITY) – FourBlock has been awarded a grant from the Bob Woodruff Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to funding innovative veteran organizations and programs across the country.

The grant will go directly towards FourBlock’s veteran services, which have prepared countless post-9/11 veterans for career success upon returning home from active duty.

“We couldn’t be more excited to continue our partnership with one of our earliest supporters, the Bob Woodruff Foundation,” said FourBlock President and Founder Michael Abrams. “Together, we will continue to expand our program nationally in order to inspire and equip transitioning veterans to reach their career potential.”

Through its group of veteran experts and partnerships with America’s top companies, FourBlock’s Career Readiness Program challenges and prepares veterans to embark on a new mission upon returning to civilian life: to better themselves and their communities by finding meaning and success in the workplace.

FourBlock would like to thank the Bob Woodruff Foundation for its continued support and generosity.


FourBlock Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is building a national network of veteran professionals and top companies. In partnership with Columbia University, the PwC Charitable Foundation, and the Bob Woodruff Foundation, FourBlock has successfully equipped veterans all over the country to pursue the best careers that maximizes their full potential. To learn more about how FourBlock is helping veterans transition better and building a national community of veteran professionals, visit:

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