Being tough means continuing when it would be easy to stop. When you grow up being different, you learn early on that you can either be tough or you can let life knock you down. Thanks to my amazing family, I chose the former. Because I know how easy it would be to give up, I’ve always admired those who don’t. Like our wounded soldiers. Which is why I am thrilled to partner with Brawny® to announce that they have renewed their partnership with the Wounded Warrior Project® for the third year running! To date, the Brawny® brand has donated over $1.9 million to the Wounded Warrior Project®. Brawny® says that the Wounded Warrior Project® shares the same spirit and values as it does: an inner strength that emboldens and inspires people to be “Tough to the Core.”
I love companies that give back, especially one’s that give back to our soldiers!
The Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP). WWP (founded in 2003) helps wounded servicemen and women adjust to civilian life and persevere through the visible and invisible wounds of war. The fact is, tough is so much more than physical strength. Being tough, for some, is about learning to put one foot in front of the other again. For others, it’s about getting back up when life has knocked you down. For many of our soldiers, it’s about learning to work through the invisible wounds they sustained on the battlefield.
Simply tell us what “tough” means to you and the Brawny® brand will donate $1 to WWP for every text or photo submission, and for $5 for every video (up to $350,000). You can share your definition and donate using #ToughIs on Facebook, Instagram or visit www.brawny.com/wounded-warrior-projectYou can connect with @Brawny on Twitter and Brawny® on Facebook and BrawnyBrand on Instagram and you can connect with @wwpinc on Twitter and Wounded Warrior Project® on Facebook.Learn more about Brawny®’s partnership with Wounded Warrior Project® by visiting www.brawny.com/wounded-warrior-project . To learn more about the Wounded Warrior Project®, and check out some awesome volunteer opportunities, visit www.woundedwarriorproject.com.
Disclosure: This is a compensated campaign that I am participating in with Brawny. All opinions are my own and do not reflect those of the brand.