In honor of Veterans Day, we are having a one-day, sitewide sale and will donate a portion of our daily sales to Wounded Warriors Family Support (WWFS).
Shoppers get 5 percent off their entire order from the website by using coupon code “GET5GIVE5” at checkout. In addition, we will donate 5 percent of November 12th sales to WWFS to help veterans and their families.
“The stress and trauma that U.S. veterans endure after returning home from combat is unimaginable. That stress doesn’t just affect our soldiers but their families as well. This donation to WWFS is a small gesture to express our sincerest gratitude and support for the many sacrifices our troops and their families make to protect our country’s freedoms,” said SimpleTire co-founder and CEO Andy Chalofsky.
Wounded Warriors Family Support is an independent nonprofit organization that provides support to families of those who have been wounded, injured or killed in combat operations. WWFS provides services and resources to help aid military veterans and their families in healing the wounds that medicine cannot. It has earned a four-star rating from Charity Navigator and the support of many.
This Veterans Day will mark the third year that SimpleTire has contributed to WWFS’s efforts in helping military veterans.
“Each donation that WWFS receives truly makes an impact in the lives of military families who have had a member wounded or killed while serving. It’s very heartwarming to receive another donation from SimpleTire and their customers,” said Colonel John D. Folsom, USMCR, Founder and President of WWFS.
About Wounded Warriors Family Support
Wounded Warriors Family Support is an independent nonprofit organization that supports wounded veterans and their families, even after physical needs are met, to help them heal, recover and reconnect. They work to provide services and resources to combat-wounded veterans and their families that supplement those provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs and other agencies. WWFS also works with military and nonprofit partners to identify and fill gaps in services for wounded veterans and their families.