Affinity4 Comes to the Aid of the Wounded Warrior Project

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Affinity4 (Norfolk, VA) has designated the Wounded Warrior Project (Jacksonville, FL) as the focus of it upcoming company philanthropic promotion. The Wounded Warrior Project, whose mission is to honor and empower wounded warriors, will be the recipient of a $5 donation for every sale from Affinity4's call center and a $10 donation for every Affinity4 website sale made from November 15th through December 15th. Products covered under the promotion include Affinity4's long distance phone service, Internet service, DIRECTV and wireless service. In addition, Affinity4 is launching an awareness campaign on behalf of the Wounded Warrior Project, asking its employees and customers to write Christmas cards for wounded soldiers, which Affinity4 will collect and then provide to the organization for distribution to the soldiers.

Affinity4 (Norfolk, VA), one of the nation's leading affinity-based marketers specializing in helping charities, ministries and other nonprofit organizations raise funds, has designated the Wounded Warrior Project (Jacksonville, FL) as the focus of it upcoming company philanthropic promotion. The Wounded Warrior Project, whose mission is to honor and empower wounded warriors, will be the recipient of a $5 donation for every sale from Affinity4's call center and a $10 donation for every Affinity4 website sale made from November 15th through December 15th. Products covered under the promotion include Affinity4's long distance phone service, Internet service, DIRECTV and wireless service.

In conjunction with its fundraising program, Affinity4 is also launching an awareness campaign on behalf of the Wounded Warrior Project. Along with asking its employees to volunteer their time and write Christmas cards for wounded soldiers, the company is asking its customers to do the same and send them to Affinity4 for its collection.

At the end of the promotional period and once all the cards are collected, Affinity4 will provide its donation to the Wounded Warrior Project, as well as the holiday cards for distribution to the soldiers. Affinity4 is also encouraging its employees to make monetary contributions to the Wounded Warrior Project.

The funds contributed through Affinity4's promotion will be put to good use by the Wounded Warrior Project on behalf of severely injured service men and women. The organization strives to raise awareness of their needs and enlist the help of the public. As part of its mission, the Wounded Warrior Project helps wounded soldiers assist each other, and provides unique, direct programs and services to meet their needs. They range from legislative advocacy, benefits counseling, peer mentoring, transition training and career counseling to caregiver retreats and coping/family services to a sports program. The Wounded Warrior Project is a VA-accredited project.

To learn more on how you can help the Wounded Warrior Project, call 1-800-684-4880. For more information on the Wounded Warrior project, go to: http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org

More about Affinity4:
Affinity4 is an affinity-based marketing company whose mission is to help support its nonprofits' goals by assisting in their fundraising and development programs. Specifically, Affinty4 markets various telecommunications products and services, including long distance and wireless phone services, high-speed Internet, as well as DIRECTV®, credit card and insurance to the supporters of its international base of nonprofits which includes charities, ministries, colleges and universities. With each supporter's purchase, Affinity4 provides a 10% GiveBack to the corresponding nonprofit organization. Affinity4's business model is to leverage and transform ordinary activities such as making phone calls into fundraising opportunities on behalf of vital causes worldwide. The Affinity4 Brand Promise is Ordinary Activities. Extraordinary Giving. To date, Affinity4 has given back more than $76 million to nonprofits worldwide. The company is headquartered in Norfolk, Virginia and led by President and CEO, Stephen Halliday. For more information, visit: http://www.affinity4.com or call 1-800-684-4880.

Contact:
Donna M. Autuori
Autuori Corporate Communications, Inc.
(631) 321-0045    

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