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Sponsors Information

Vision Partners $1,000,000 +


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

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. More than $1 million was donated to WWP in 2015, fueling lifesaving programs offered to wounded warriors, their families and caregivers.  

USAA – Show your support for WWP and its mission to honor and empower Wounded Warriors. USAA Bank will contribute to WWP five dollars for every new WWP USAA Rewards™ Visa Signature® account opened, one dollar for each renewal and 0.30% of each purchase (excluding refunds, returns or cash and reward point transactions). This promotion runs through August 31, 2020.

Vail Resorts – Vail Resorts has committed to donating $1 to Wounded Warrior Project for every Epic Ski Pass sold during the 2018-2019 Season. Click here to purchase your Epic Ski Pass: https://www.epicpass.com/info/military.aspx

Pier 1 – Pier 1 is dedicating to helping wounded warriors and caregivers express themselves on their individual healing journeys. Their support will combine unique stories with in-store opportunities to give back to those who have sacrificed for us. We are grateful that they have committed to stand ready to serve our nation’s heroes. Stay tuned for more information on how you can support wounded warriors and their families at Pier 1.

Catalyst Partners $250,000 +


Harley-Davidson – 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. 

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

STANLEY BLACK & DECKER – Stanley Black & Decker is committed to supporting the mission of WWP through a number of its brands. Stanley Black & Decker also provides unique engagement experiences throughout the year for warriors and their families to connect with each other in their communities. Check out www.JointheSalute.com

VERIZON – To support the growing needs of wounded veterans across America, Verizon announced a month-long campaign to give back to Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP). From 4/27/18-5/31/18, Verizon donated $10 to WWP for each new smartphone purchased by a veteran or active duty military member, totaling $250,000. It’s Verizon’s way of saying thanks for everything our service men and women do. For ongoing support, Verizon welcomes its customers to continue the support of wounded veterans by donating directly to WWP at supportwwp.org/Verizon. 

SENTRY PARTNERS $100,000 +


CME GROUP – Since 2014, CME Group has supported WWP through CME Group Cares Weekends. Each Saturday and Sunday at LPGA tournaments, CME Group will donate $500 to WWP for each eagle that is recorded up to $150,000 annually. In addition to providing funding for programs, the initiative also raises awareness for our nation’s injured service members and provides on-site tournament experiences for wounded warriors, their caregivers and family members. 

LPGA – Since 2014, LPGA and CME Group have supported WWP through CME Group Cares Weekends. Each Saturday and Sunday at LPGA tournaments, CME Group will donate $500 to WWP for each eagle that is recorded up to $150,000 annually. In addition to providing funding for programs, the initiative also raises awareness for our nation’s injured service members and provides on-site tournament experiences for wounded warriors, their caregivers and family members. 

UNDER ARMOUR – 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.

Victorinox Swiss Army – Victorinox Swiss Army is proud to support Wounded Warrior Project with a collection of WWP Swiss Army Knives. Victorinox Swiss Army will donate 5% of the MSRP of every WWP branded Swiss Army Knife sold through 2019. Click here to shop the collection: https://www.swissknifeshop.com/1/wwp

SUPPORTING PARTNERS


Acosta – Acosta Sales & Marketing and Wounded Warrior Project partnered together on a national cause-marketing campaign Heart for the Brave®. This campaign brought together retailers and consumer-packaged-goods companies to raise funds and awareness for programs and services delivered through WWP. Heart for the Brave® called on Americans to show their support and appreciation for our service members and newest generation of veterans in a simple, everyday way — by grocery shopping.

Charity Miles – From June 1, 2015, through May 31, 2016, Charity Miles will pay out their sponsorship pool (currently $530,000) to their charity partners in proportion to the Charity Miles done for each.

ROAD iD – ROAD iD believes in making a positive difference in the world. They mainly do this by creating awesome products that save lives and empower adventure, but they also love supporting causes that they believe in and share their mission. ROAD iD pledges to donate from every order to a worthy organization, they let YOU DECIDE which charity benefits. Shop ROAD iD now

US Flag & Signal – US Flag & Signal proudly supports Wounded Warrior Project by donating 10% of every WWP flag sold. Purchase your WWP flag here.

Wahl Clipper Corporation – Wahl Clipper Corporation proudly supports Wounded Warrior Project by donating $1 from every Wahl 2-in-1 Vacuum Trimmer sold now through May 1st, 2019 with a minimum commitment of $50,000.

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