Thank you for your interest in helping WWIA and our combat-wounded veterans. Here are some ways you can help:
Make a tax-deductible donation today.
Refer a Purple Heart Recipient
If you know a Purple Heart veteran, refer him or her to the WWIA application. We would be honored to serve them on a world-class outdoor sporting activity!
Host a Fundraiser
This can be an engaging way to connect your community to a worthy cause and support America’s Purple Heart veterans. In the past, supporters have hosted banquet dinners, game luncheons, silent auctions, athletic events, and holiday parties to support the WWIA. Visit our Host a Fundraiser page to get started.
Host an Event
If you are a hunting or fishing guide or property owner, you can volunteer to host a Wounded Warriors in Action sporting event. We are always open to new opportunities to provide world-class opportunities to our heroes. Click here for more information.
We appreciate all of our volunteers and could not accomplish our mission without them. If you are interested in volunteering with us we have numerous opportunities to get involved. Click here for more information and to join the team.
Spread the Word
Tell a friend about the WWIA today! Wounded Warriors in Action relies on a nationwide network of concerned individuals and organizations to help achieve our mission. Let your church group, hunting club, or lodge know about the WWIA today. Contact [email protected] if you’d like to get involved in outreach initiatives.
Sell for Our Cause
You can sell your unwanted items on eBay Giving Works and help support the WWIA. With eBay Giving Works, the charitable fundraising arm of eBay, it’s easy to help America’s combat wounded and earn money by selling just about anything.
Shop for Our Cause
Visit our online store today. Wear the WWIA name with pride and know that you are supporting a worthy cause. You can also help WWIA whenever you shop on Amazon through the Amazon Smile program.
Donate a Social Media Post
Visit us on Facebook or Twitter and share/retweet your favorite post!