clintbarton last edited by orkan
I know many on this list have worked on project guns for many service groups. Has anyone knowledge of the WWP rejecting money from the sale or raffle of firearms. I donated a photo shoot of a finished gun and was told by the builder that the group will not take the money from the raffle of the gun. I think is was a National Guard unit raffling the gun.
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
orkan last edited by
Like most fund raising groups... I feel like they are more concerned with keeping themselves enriched than those they proclaim to support.
rr2241tx last edited by
I attempted to donate a number of Texas Hill Country whitetail hunts and was quickly informed that they would be happy to accept the cash equivalent but no "in kind" donations could be accepted. I thought that since my ranch is reasonably close to Brooke Army Medical Center, Audie Murphy VA Medical Center, and Olin E. Teague Veterans' Medical Center and there was definitely no shortage of Wounded Warriors in the area...but Cash Only. So, I've not bothered them further. Clearly, it's just another psuedo-charity making the founders rich.
bear9350 last edited by
If your goal is to give to a veteran focused charity check out Folds of Honor. Last I checked them out a very good percentage of money raised went to those in need.