Wounded Warrior Project® + Giving Good Cards

We’re working together to help Wounded Warrior Project transform the lives of injured veterans and their families.

When you purchase a Wounded Warrior Project Giving Good Card, 3% of the purchase amount is donated to Wounded Warrior Project.

Every Dollar Helps Wounded Warrior Project

$13 helps to provide a safe voice on the other end of the phone for a warrior in need.

On average, 49 injured veterans and their family members register for WWP’s life-saving programs every single day. Thanks to the passion and commitment of friends and supporters who enable us to fulfill our mission, warriors never pay a penny for the resources they need and deserve — they paid their dues on the battlefield.

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How Wounded Warrior Project Giving Good Cards Make a Difference

When you buy this Giving Good Card, GiftCards.com donates 3% of the purchase to Wounded Warrior Project. That 3% comes out of our pocket, not yours and goes directly to the charity that honors and empowers injured military veterans and their families.

Think your 3% can’t make a difference?

If you buy a $100 gift card, for example, GiftCards.com donates $3 to Wounded Warrior Project. That $3, combined with other donations, helps Wounded Warrior Project meet the growing needs of warriors and their families – helping them achieve their highest ambition.

So with that money you’re already planning to spend on gift cards, at no additional cost to you, a donation is made that changes the lives of over 1 million injured warriors and their families. Your gift card purchase will help bring independence back to our nation’s most severely wounded veterans.

FAQ on Wounded Warrior Project Giving Good Cards:

  1. Where can Wounded Warrior Project Giving Good Cards be redeemed?
  2. Do I Have to Pay Extra for a Wounded Warrior Project Giving Good Gift Card?
  3. How Much Goes to Wounded Warrior Project
  4. Where Can I Buy Wounded Warrior Project Giving Good Cards?
  5. Where Can I Use Giving Good Gift Cards?
  6. Can Wounded Warrior Project Giving Good Gift Cards be Used in Stores and Online?
  7. Can I Use My Wounded Warrior Project Giving Good Gift Card in More than One Place?
  8. Do Wounded Warrior Project Giving Good Gift Cards Expire?
  9. How Do I Check the Balance of a Wounded Warrior Project Giving Good Gift Card?
  10. Can I Get a Replacement if I Lose my Wounded Warrior Project Giving Good Gift Card?
  11. Where Can I Get Help with My Wounded Warrior Project Giving Good Gift Card?
  12. Can I Add Money to My Wounded Warrior Project Giving Good Gift Card?

Blackhawk Network, Inc. will donate 3% of the purchase price of this card to the featured charity. Campaign begins when cards are first sold and continues as long as cards are available for sale.

Where to buy Giving Good Gift Cards in Stores

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Blackhawk Network launched Wounded Warrior Project Giving Good gift cards in stores in the fall of 2020. Below is a list of stores that currently are or will be selling Giving Good gift cards in their “Gift Card Mall” or other in-store kiosks:

Gift Card Girlfriend Video Transcript

I’m Shelley Hunter, Gift Card Girlfriend. I’m really excited to tell you about the Giving Good Gift Card that benefits Wounded Warrior Project.

First let me tell you how the card works. Each Giving Good Gift Card is usable at a curated set of stores and restaurants listed on the card which means the recipient has a choice of how to use each card. And when you purchase a Giving Good Card, 3% of the value loaded onto the card will be donated to the charity identified.

There’s no activation fee or expiration, and you don’t pay extra to offer that flexibility to the recipient, or to make the donation.

This is just a great way to do more with the money you already intend to spend on gift cards.

And if you’re not familiar with this charity, Wounded Warrior Project transforms the lives of injuredveterans and their families through services in mental health, career counseling, and long-term rehabilitative care all at no cost to them.

You can learn more at woundedwarriorproject.org.

Again, I’m Shelley Hunter, your consumer guide to gift cards.

As you think about the gift cards you plan to give this holiday season, consider a Giving Good Gift Card where the recipient has a choice. You don’t have to pay extra for it and 3% of the load value goes to a worthy cause.

About Wounded Warrior Project

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Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) began in 2003 as a small, grassroots effort providing simple care and comfort items to the hospital bedsides of the first wounded service members returning home from the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. As their post-service needs evolved, so have WWP’s lifechanging programs and services, which include mental health, career counseling and long-term rehabilitative care — improving the lives of millions of warriors and their families.

Wounded Warrior Project is a national, nonpartisan organization accredited with the Better Business Bureau (BBB), top rated by Charity Navigator, and holding a GuideStar Platinum rating.

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