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Verizon Supports WWP Vets
To support the growing needs of wounded veterans across America, Verizon presented Jacksonville, FL-based Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) with a $250,000 check. This generous donation is the result of a month-long campaign, which ran during Military Appreciation month, where Verizon donated $10 for each new smartphone purchased by a veteran or active-duty military member.
“For Verizon it’s about honoring military service and supporting our military communities. We value veterans for their superb training, discipline, leadership, dedication and experience supporting our country,” says Dr. David M. Caruth, U.S. Army veteran and marketing manager at Verizon.
Founded in 2003 and celebrating 15 years of impact this year, WWP, woundedwarriorproject.org, has been a tireless advocate for the nation’s finest, improving the lives of more than half a million warriors and their families.
“Warriors never pay a penny for the programs we offer because they paid their dues on the battlefield,” says Gary Corless, WWP chief development officer.
“We’re able to provide that level of care, free of charge, because of partners like Verizon whose generosity provides critical resources. The funds raised by this campaign will greatly impact warriors and allow us to address their challenges head on. We’re extremely grateful for Verizon’s support.”
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