Vision Partners $1,000,000 +
NFL – 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. Since 2012, the NFL has donated over $10 million to WWP with a donation of over $1 million in 2021, fueling life-changing programs offered to wounded warriors, their families, and caregivers. Learn more.
USAA – Since 2009, USAA and WWP have worked together to honor and empower the brave men and women who have served our country. USAA has provided financial and programmatic support to further the WWP mission, as well as connection opportunities for warriors and their families. Since inception of the partnership, USAA has donated over $9.7 million to support WWP’s life-changing programs and services. Learn more.
Johnson & Johnson – As the “Official Healthcare Partner” of WWP, Johnson & Johnson has deepened its long-standing support of the military-connected community. The J & J family of companies has fueled the WWP mission through direct program support and its dedication to hiring veterans, military members, and spouses. Through the Johnson & Johnson ERG Veterans Leadership Council, employees can connect with warriors and have also organized WWP Carry Forward® Virtual 5K events. Learn more.
DCP Midstream – Thanks to the generous donations of its employees and the DCP National Charity Golf Tournament, this Fortune 500 natural gas company is able to help. warriors in times of greatest financial need through the Emergency Financial Assistance Program (EFA), which offers one-time grants during unexpected emergencies to help warriors and their families with basic needs.
Blue Angels Foundation – Since 2018, the Blue Angels Foundation has been a committed partner in WWP’s mission to honor and empower wounded warriors. Through its generous $1M multiyear matching gift pledge, the Foundation has inspired thousands to support the Warrior Care Network®. The Foundation and WWP believe that together great strides can be made toward understanding and treating post-traumatic stress.
Guaranteed Rate – Guaranteed Rate, a leader in the mortgage lending and digital financial services, is passionate about bringing awareness to mental health issues and helping injured veterans overcome the invisible wounds of war. In 2021, thanks to the support of their employees and supporters, they donated over $1.85 million to support life-changing mental health programs for warriors and their families. Learn more.
Innovation Partners $500,000 +
CSX – Pride in Service is CSX’s company-wide commitment to honor and serve those who serve our country and communities. Since 2018, it has fulfilled this commitment to wounded warriors and their families by providing life-changing support ranging from veteran training and employment resources to funding critical research to guide how WWP serves warriors. Learn more.
AmazonSmile – The AmazonSmile Foundation has proudly supported WWP since 2014 through a contribution of more than $8.5 million with the sale of products through AmazonSmile. Learn how to support WWP with Charity List purchases.
Catalyst Partners $250,000 +
Allcat Claims Service – The San Antonio-based company, which serves insurance companies responding to catastrophic weather events, has raised more than $1.3 million for WWP since 2013 through its annual employee conference which features a BBQ and a charity golf tournament. In addition, the company has coordinated with WWP’s Warrior to Work® program to provide employment to wounded warriors and their family members in the San Antonio area. Learn more.
Nutrabolt – This global active health and wellness company is proud to partner with WWP through its C4® Energy brand as a way to honor injured veterans and their families. This strategic 2022-2024 partnership includes a $500,000 donation, sponsorship of WWP’s Carry Forward® 5K events, and development of new product flavors, including C4 Energy Mango Foxtrot. Nutrabolt is proud to support our country’s veterans and deliver on its mission to maximize human potential for all. Learn more.
DISH Network – As a connectivity company driving innovation through television entertainment services and award-winning technology, DISH Network takes its commitment to honoring wounded warriors and their families and active military members seriously. During 2022-2023, DISH Network is partnering with WWP to share the inspiring stories of injured veterans who have met and overcome challenges resulting from their service. Beyond this partnership, DISH is dedicated to hiring veterans and military spouses and fostering their professional growth. Learn more.
Harley-Davidson – Through Harley-Davidson’s Operation Personal Freedom™ (OPF) Campaign, supporters can shop its co-branded line of Wounded Warrior Project® merchandise online or visit a participating dealer and show their support for the servicemen and women living with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Harley-Davidson will donate 10% of the manufacturer’s suggested retail price of items purchased from the collection to WWP through December 31, 2023. Shop now.
Tire Discounters – Since 2019, Tire Discounters, the nation’s largest, 100% family-owned and -operated independent tire provider, has raised almost $375,000 to support warriors and their families. Tire Discounters also employs many U.S. Army, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and Air Force veterans across its 150 locations, further demonstrating their commitment. Tire Discounters locations provide discounts on tire purchases to customers who donate to WWP each fall. Learn more.
VERIZON – Since 2018, Verizon has supported WWP warriors through numerous campaigns, including participating in the Wounded Warrior Project Carry Forward® 5K, writing thank you letters to warriors, and highlighting the benefits of veterans participating in gaming through a YouTube video. In 2021, Verizon customers helped raise nearly $400,000 for WWP through the Verizon Up rewards program. Learn more about Verizon’s commitment.
SENTRY Partners $100,000 +
Giving Good Cards – Giftcards.com, the highest-ranking and most-trafficked gift card website on the internet, donates 3% of the value of WWP Giving Good® Cards purchased to WWP. The 3% donation is made by Blackhawk Network and is not deducted from the value of the gift card. Giving Good Cards are available at GiftCards.com or Gift Card Mall™ displays at retailers nationwide, and are also available in bulk to reward, incent or thank employees, customers and clients. Purchase a WWP Giving Good gift card today and learn more about bulk purchases.
Sentinel® Equine Nutrition – In 2021, Kent Nutrition Group’s Sentinel brand proudly demonstrated its commitment with an initial investment of $100,000 to increase access to WWP’s life-changing equine therapy programs for warriors. In addition, Kent Nutrition Group makes in-kind donations of Sentinel brand equine nutrition products to therapeutic riding centers across the country that serve warriors. Learn more.
Southwire® – As one of the leading manufacturers of wire and cable used in the transmission and distribution of electricity, Southwire delivers power to millions of people around the world. In support of it its ongoing commitment to veteran recruitment, employee engagement and disability awareness, Southwire has committed a minimum of $100,000 annually for three years to Wounded Warrior Project to help deliver life-changing programs to warriors and their families. Learn more.
BAE Systems – BAE Systems, Inc., an international defense, aerospace and security company, is committed to supporting the men and women of the armed forces. This support is central to its mission of providing a vital advantage to help its customers protect what matters most. WWP is one of the charitable beneficiaries of BAE Systems’ annual Defending 22 Challenge, a 22-day employee personal health and wellness challenge leading up to Veterans Day that drives awareness of veterans’ mental health issues.
Apex Service Partners – As an industry leading group of more than 80 residential HVAC, plumbing, and electrical services businesses in over 30 states, Apex Service Partners is dedicated to giving back to America’s injured service members and their families in a variety of ways. Beginning in 2022, Apex is committing $100,000 from fundraising efforts, providing career training and job opportunities, HVAC system giveaways for local veterans, regional fundraising events, volunteer work, and more. Learn more.
SnugZ USA – As a manufacturer of quality promotional products located in West Jordan, UT, SnugZ is committed to providing unwavering service to its customers. What began with a speaking engagement by wounded warrior Dan Nevins in 2015 has led to a partnership with WWP that includes a donation of 1% of SnugZ®Basecamp® product sales with a minimum of $100,000 per calendar year plus in-kind promotional items for participants in WWP Carry Forward® 5K events. Learn more.
DEVIL-DOG Dungarees – DEVIL-DOG® Dungarees, an iconic American brand of durable and comfortable jeans, was created in honor of the United States Marines Corps in 1948. Since 2019, the company has been a proud supporter of WWP’s mission, donating $100,000 each year regardless of sales. To support WWP through the purchase of apparel, use code DDDWWP2 to receive 20% off. Shop now.
Pandol – As a company owned by growers founded in 1941, Pandol has become of the top producers of grapes in the United States and joined with WWP to create special product packaging for Veterans Day each year in support of its mission. Learn more.
Pizza Inn – From the Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza to the after-dinner "Pizzert", Pizza Inn has been dishing up innovation and fun through their growing Texas-based brand for over 60 years. Pizza Inn is furthering its established commitment to community involvement by joining with WWP to raise critical funds to support warriors, their families, and caregivers. Learn more.