Military Warriors Support Foundation

The Military Warriors Support Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting wounded veterans and their families make a smooth transition from service to civilian life. They help our nation’s heroes and their families procure homes and manage their finances, and assist them in furthering their education or obtaining jobs with quality companies. They also assist families that have lost loved ones in the line of duty establish stable lives for themselves after the loss of their partner or family member. These men and women have put their lives on the line for our safety and freedom, and the Military Warriors Support Foundation is ensuring that they receive the full benefits and aid our country can offer when they return from their duties.

25% of the proceeds of this support page will be donated back to the organization so that they may further assist our veterans, troops and their families.

Purchase your Survival Straps® Military Warriors Support Foundation gear to give back and support our troops. To learn more about the foundation and what they do, visit today.

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