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Give Through Work

Employee giving, matching gifts, workplace fundraisers, and federal, state or local campaigns are great ways to help support injured veterans and their families through your workplace.

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Workplace Giving Options

Employees can help honor and empower injured veterans and their families by giving to Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP). Employee giving through payroll deduction, matching gifts, fundraising at work, and federal or state campaigns are easy ways to support wounded veterans.

Take your dollar further with automatic deductions, which provide a simple and efficient way to support wounded warriors. If your employer offers the opportunity to donate to a charity through payroll deduction, please select WWP as your choice. Check with your HR or finance department for more information. If you are an employer looking to start a payroll deduction program, please contact us.

Use our search form to see if your employer will match your donation. The impact of your gift can be multiplied if your employer has a program that will match your donation.

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Hosting an employee fundraiser or a friendly workplace competition can boost employee morale and will help support injured veterans! Get ideas.

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Current and retired federal employees, United States Postal Service workers, and members of the military can give through the Combined Federal Campaign. State and local government employees can give to WWP based on the guidelines of their organization.

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The Impact of Your Support


Warriors and Family Members Served

Because of your support, we can provide direct services to more than 225,000 post-9/11 veterans and their families.



We represent our nation’s 20 million veterans from all eras with our advocacy efforts.


Warriors Pay

Your support ensures warriors never pay a penny for our life-changing programs and services – their dues were paid on the battlefield.

Employee Fundraising Ideas

Fundraising at work provides a sense of togetherness among employees and unites everyone as they work together to raise funds to help wounded warriors reach their highest ambitions. Here are a few ideas:

  • Jeans Day
  • Office Decorating Contest
  • In-person or Virtual bingo or game tournament
  • 50/50 Raffle

More ideas

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“Thanks to Wounded Warrior Project, I realized I wasn't alone. I found a place where I belong.”

Wounded Warrior

Other Ways to Support Our Mission

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Donate Your Car

When you donate your car, boat, motorcycle or RV, you will save on taxes while helping provide life-changing programs for injured veterans.

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Carry Forward 5K

Put the WWP mission in motion — while changing warriors’ lives — by participating in a local Carry Forward® 5K event or host your own anytime of the year!

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Planned Giving

Touch lives of wounded warriors while creating a lasting legacy to ensure that WWP’s services and programs are available for generations to come.


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