Brownells Donating 4 Percent of Purchases to Special Operations Wounded Warriors This Week

Do your holiday shopping with the outdoor retail giant this week, and Brownells will do the rest!

by posted on November 8, 2022
Soww Service Dog

Think about it: America's armed forces defend us every day, but they only get one day of thanks each year. This year, the good folks at Brownells have decided that the entire week of Veterans Day will celebrate and honor America's vets with a 4 percent donation of all Brownells sales. The recipient is a group called Special Operations Wounded Warriors (SOWW), a 501(c)3 charity committed to helping wounded veterans of the Special Operations community.

Not familiar with SOWW? The charity is dedicated to providing healing outdoor experiences like sponsored hunts to wounded veterans of the Special Operations community. SOWW has also partnered with a Christian family-owned business, Baden K-9, for the purpose of providing needed service dogs to Special Operators ... which is absolutely life-changing for wounded vets. SOWW also offers other kinds of assistance and therapy, supporting the families and spouses of the SOCOM community. (The group has no affiliation of any kind with the Wounded Warrior Project, and its Board of Directors accepts no salaries.) 

You can help right now just by doing what you were probably going to do anyway: holiday shopping. From Monday, November 7 through Friday, November 11, Brownells will track purchases at and give 4 percent of those sales to SOWW. Brownells will also be releasing special discount codes and gift card offers, so make sure you refresh the Brownells website daily!

“Brownells has been helping SOWW since the organization started,” said Brownells Vice President of Marketing Ryan Repp. “We’re proud to support SOWW’s mission, and the men and women who have done so much under very tough circumstances for the United States.” 


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