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ThinkGeek supports the Wounded Warrior Project!

Wounded Warrior Project

Heroes. Whether super, in our everyday lives, fighting, or have fought for us, heroes hold a very special place in our hearts.

Wounded Warrior Project

With the release of Iron Man 3, we're reminded of our love and respect for them, and how we should celebrate all that they do! That's why we've decided to donate $1,000 to the Wounded Warrior Project this month. WWP is a nonprofit organization with a mission to "honor and empower wounded warriors" and envisions the possibility of fostering the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in United States history. They wish to raise awareness, and enlist the public's aid for the needs of injured service members.

With the help of WWP programs, these returning heroes are provided with advanced technology and care to help them readjust to the world around them. We're so happy to be part of an age where not only does technology create heroes (we dream of having our own Iron Man suit one day), but it helps our existing ones stay strong as well.

Thank you for all that you have done for us, heroes!

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meaningless icon! Way to go, ThinkGeek!
SnoopyFool said this 1966 days ago.
meaningless icon! You guys rock for supporting the WWP!
RaDragon said this 1965 days ago.
meaningless icon! I've got a case of the warm and fuzzies, now. Thanks for remembering the good guys!
goblynn said this 1963 days ago.
meaningless icon! I did my four 40 years ago and I wasn't so popular. Thanks for being there for these people.
Skinnyguy said this 1961 days ago.

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