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Current Corporate Sponsors

Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) is grateful for the support of our corporate sponsors. Please take a moment to learn more about how they help us to carry out our mission. 

Vision Partners  

As a supporter of the WWP strategic vision to foster the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation’s history, a Vision Partner commits a minimum investment of $1 million annually. Vision Partners help WWP fulfill our lifetime commitment of service and support to injured warriors, their families, and caregivers.   

The AmazonSmile Foundation has proudly supported WWP through a contribution of more than $1 million with the sale of products through You can support WWP through AmazonSmile by clicking here.


Bank of America®, a longstanding supporter of WWP, assists warriors, their families, and caregivers through financial planning seminars and the WWP Warriors to Work® program. Bank of America creates awareness and generates support through its annual Express Your Thanks campaign. For every expression of thanks, Bank of America donates $1. It has raised over $3 million for WWP. With a history of supporting active-duty service members, veterans, and their families for more than 90 years, Bank of America is proud to support the mission of WWP.    

Food Lion, along with its Reid’s stores, is one of the key retail partners supporting and promoting Believe in Heroes® in store promotions ranging from displays and shelf stockers to employee engagement. Food Lion has raised nearly $6 million since 2011 to help fuel WWP programs and services.     

Harley-Davidson’s mission with Wounded Warrior Project is to improve the lives of servicemen and women who are living with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Since 2015, the Harley-Davidson Foundation has granted $400,000 in support of WWP Combat Stress Recovery Programs. In addition, the Harley-Davidson Motor Company has generated more than $900,000 for WWP through its Operation Personal Freedom™ campaign which raises awareness for PTSD and engages the support of consumers, dealers, and riders through a co-branded collection of apparel, parts and accessories as well as through dealership fundraising events. Harley-Davidson is also offering all current and former U.S. military free Riding Academy motorcycle training as their way of thanking those who have courageously defended our country and everyone’s personal freedom to ride. 

Every year, the NFL’s Salute to Service program brings together the league, its teams, partners and fans to honor the men and women who have served our country. The year-round program, highlighted in November through Salute to Service games, raises awareness and funds for the league’s nonprofit partners - the Pat Tillman Foundation, USO and WWP. More than $1 million was donated to WWP in 2015, fueling lifesaving programs offered to wounded warriors, their families and caregivers. 


Southeastern Grocers, the parent company of BI-LO, Harveys and Winn-Dixie, was the first retailer to participate in Believe in Heroes® in 2010. Over the five-year relationship, Southeastern Grocers and its vendor partners donated over $1 million to WWP. In 2015, Southeastern Grocers launched the All for Honor campaign, in which all profits on the Fourth of July, in addition to customer and vendor partner contributions, were donated to WWP. The campaign raised more than $3 million to help fund initiatives like our Independence Program.



Thrivent is a financial services organization that believes that being wise and generous with money helps make the world a better place. Since 2010, Thrivent members have directed more than $700,000 Thrivent Choice Dollars® to help fuel the life-changing programs Wounded Warrior Project provides. In 2015 Thrivent Mutual Funds furthered this commitment to our mission by donating $1,000,000 in support of our two newest initiatives, Warrior Care Network, which ensures that this generation of injured service members receives access to world-class, individualized mental health care, and the Independence Program and Long-Term Support Trust, which provides opportunities for the most severely wounded to maximize their quality of life and maintain the highest level of independence over the course of their lifetime. 

Under Armour’s support of WWP began with its contribution to the WWP Packs program. Thousands of backpacks have been delivered to the hospital bedsides of injured service members around the globe. Under Armour’s impact reaches beyond the Packs program through WWP career placement opportunities, physical health and wellness initiatives, and Alumni engagement opportunities at various sporting events. The Under Armor Freedom line invites the American public to show its support by wearing cobranded apparel and accessories. Through December 2016, Under Armour has committed a minimum donation of $5 million to WWP, helping veterans and their families not only survive, but thrive in life post-injury.  

Warner Bros. Entertainment’s support began in 2013 through employee giving and has since grown into support of WWP through sales of its 2015 hit movie, American Sniper. For every digital, DVD or Blu-Ray copy sold, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment donated $1 until it hit its $1 million donation goal.


Innovation Partners  

Helping to further the WWP mission of honoring and empowering Wounded Warriors, an Innovation Partner makes an annual commitment of at least $500,000 to support life-changing programs that make a positive, lasting impact on injured service members, their families, and caregivers.  


Love Ride is the largest, longest-running, one-day motorcycle charitable fundraising event in the world. October 18, 2015 marked Love Ride’s 32nd and final celebration and WWP was honored to be chosen as their beneficiary. Grand Marshal Jay Leno, Foo Fighters and Social Distortion joined more than 13,000 music fans, motorcycle enthusiasts and 200+ WWP Alumni in support of our mission. This year’s grand finale was the largest Love Ride event ever and generated more than $500,000 to benefit Wounded Warrior Project programs and services.


Nissan North America and Nissan dealers are proud to be the official automotive partner of WWP, building on an existing platform of support between the company and WWP. Nissan's support of WWP includes a recent Project Titan adventure, in which two injured veterans drove a custom-built Nissan Titan pickup on a 10-day adventure through the Alaskan wilderness. Nissan contributed over $900,000 in 2014 to fuel the lifesaving programs and services WWP provides to the injured service members, caregivers and families we serve.  


The relationship between WWP and NACDA began in the fall of 2006 when the athletic department at Kansas State University hosted a group of wounded service members at a football game. NACDA encourages collegiate athletics departments nationwide to include injured servicemen and women in meaningful ways in their athletic activities. WWP Alumni and student-athletes share many distinguished qualities, and together can inspire one another to persevere beyond any obstacles.   


Stanley Black & Decker is committed to supporting the mission of WWP through a number of its brands. It has contributed over $900,000 to WWP since 2013. Stanley Black & Decker also provides unique engagement experiences throughout the year for warriors and their families to connect with each other in their communities.


Catalyst Partners 

Catalyst Partners engage customers and communities to honor the sacrifices injured service members, their caregivers and families have made with an annual commitment of at least $250,000. 


Since 2012, Georgia–Pacific®, the maker of Brawny® paper towels, has shown an enduring commitment to our mission through its Inner Strength, Tough to the Core and Stay Giant campaigns. Through a variety of initiatives and efforts, millions have learned about the strength of those we serve through real-life stories of grit and tenacity.


Each Saturday and Sunday at LPGA tournaments, CME Group will donate $1,000 to WWP for each eagle that is recorded. This amount will increase to $5,000 for each eagle on the weekend of the season-ending CME Group Tour Championship, and a check will be presented to WWP during the trophy ceremony at the conclusion of that championship.


The Hershey Company has committed $300,000 to WWP in 2016. By visiting, supporters can learn about warriors impacted by WWP programs, share warrior stories, and make donations. 


The Our Turn to Serve campaign celebrates veterans by raising awareness and funds to help further the WWP mission of honoring and empowering Wounded Warriors. Special-edition Heinz® ketchup bottles featuring the WWP logo and genuine notes of thanks from the American public are at participating restaurants nationwide. Additionally, Heinz has donated more than $900,000 to support WWP and its 20 lifesaving programs and services.


Since 2014, the LPGA and CME Group have supported WWP through the Wounded Warrior Project Weekends initiative. For each eagle on the weekend at LPGA events, WWP receives $1,000, up to $250,000 annually. In addition to providing funding for programs, the initiative also raised awareness of WWP and provided on-site tournament experiences for injured service members, their caregivers and family members.® is committed to the wounded service members, families and caregivers who have sacrificed so much. They have supported WWP since 2009. believes we all can help and encourages shoppers to donate to WWP at checkout.


Sentry Partners    

Sentry Partners commit to a minimum contribution of $100,000 to help drive awareness and education for the programs and services WWP provides to injured service members as they transition back to civilian life.