How you can help
MAKE A DONATION
Your generous, tax-deductible donation provides the direct resources and help veterans need in order to successfully launch and legitimize their businesses.
We're looking for businesses, veterans, and veteran service providers to partner with on this journey. Together we can strengthen our communities by serving veterans and their families!
DONATE THROUGH WORD OF MOUTH
We're always looking for individuals who are willing to share a post, follow us on social media, and promote our cause. Whether your reach is large or small, every gesture helps make more people aware of the Support Warrior Project mission.
Corporate Sponsorships & Fundraising
We're always looking for quality businesses to partner with through corporate sponsorships and fundraising events. From service to community, together we can strengthen our communities by serving Veterans and their families! Please contact us below for further details.
We rely on our volunteers to make sure we meet the needs of our clients. Without the dedicated support of volunteers and our sponsors, we would not be able to accomplish our mission. From our special event volunteers to our mentors, each person makes a contribution to our troops, the families they leave behind, and to our wounded warriors when they return home.
There are a number of ways you can show your support for our program. Here are just a few:
- Entrepreneurial Mentorship
- Service Provider
- Public Speaking
Give back while you shop
One simple way to help our cause is done automatically while you shop. Support Warrior Project has partnered with Amazon Smile and a portion of the price of goods is donated to our cause. Amazon smile is the same Amazon you know. Same products. Same Prices. Same Service.
Support Warrior Project Tax-Exempt Status
A public benefit corporation ("non-profit" organization) like Support Warrior Project receives a federal tax-exemption when the U.S. Internal Revenue Service has reviewed its application and granted it 501(c)(3) status via a determination letter. Under IRC Section 170 of the federal tax code, individuals giving to 501(c)(3) organizations that are public charities, may deduct contributions representing up to 50% of the donor's adjusted gross income if the individual itemizes on his tax returns. Most states provide similar tax exemptions and deductions when a federal 501(c)(3) status has been achieved and a similar application process completed in each state that the organization operates. For Support Warrior Project, the state of operation is Florida.