Wounded Warrior Project Bundles Raise Funds to Support Veterans
 
The Wounded Warrior Project began in 2003 when several veterans and their friends heard the stories of the first wounded soldiers returning from Afghanistan and Iraq and took action to help others in need. Since launching 10 years ago, the organization has provided support for more than 35,000 veterans and their families as they recover from their injuries.Now, Verizon Wireless is offering another way to support the organization. The Company has teamed with Samsung Telecommunications America and Brightstar to offer a Wounded Warrior Project bundle. The bundle, available exclusively in more than 3,500 select Walmart stores, includes the Samsung Gusto 2 and a Samsung Bluetooth headset. For every bundle sold, Brightstar will donate $1 to the Wounded Warrior Project. Find a local Walmart location here and info on monthly prepaid plans available from Verizon here.
 
 
 

Wounded Warrior Project Bundles Raise Funds to Support Veterans

 

The Wounded Warrior Project began in 2003 when several veterans and their friends heard the stories of the first wounded soldiers returning from Afghanistan and Iraq and took action to help others in need. Since launching 10 years ago, the organization has provided support for more than 35,000 veterans and their families as they recover from their injuries.

Now, Verizon Wireless is offering another way to support the organization. The Company has teamed with Samsung Telecommunications America and Brightstar to offer a Wounded Warrior Project bundle. The bundle, available exclusively in more than 3,500 select Walmart stores, includes the Samsung Gusto 2 and a Samsung Bluetooth headset. For every bundle sold, Brightstar will donate $1 to the Wounded Warrior Project. 

Find a local Walmart location here and info on monthly prepaid plans available from Verizon here.

 

 

 

Verizon Wireless Donates $10,000 in Long-Distance Calling Cards to Soldiers

For the third year in a row, Verizon Wireless donated $10,000 worth of long distance calling cards to benefit wounded U.S. servicemen and women recovering at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. The donation is providing hundreds of minutes of talk time for thousands of recovering soldiers during the holiday season and in 2012. This contribution supplements three earlier donations and brings total giving to organizations supporting Walter Reed to $40,000. Happy holidays to our troops.