Niche Site Design Announces Plans to Donate 30% of All Profits of Sales of Its Turnkey Websites to the Wounded Warrior Project for Entire Month of May
PHILADELPHIA, April 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Adult website design company Niche Site Design announced today that 30% of all profits from the sale of its turnkey websites will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project for the entire month of May 2013. This non-profit organization is dedicated to increasing the public’s awareness of wounded veterans and providing assistance to injured military service members as they re-adjust to civilian life.
Here are some sobering figures regarding the magnitude of injuries our military heroes are dealing with today. In excess of 48,000 service members have been physically injured due to recent military conflicts. A little-known statistic however reveals that as many as 400,000 service members suffer from the invisible wounds of war, which are identified as combat-related stress, extreme depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. In addition, there are believed to be 320,000 service members who have experienced traumatic brain injuries while deployed.
JT Keenan, President, Niche Site Design, and a veteran, said it was these disturbing statistics and the work of the Wounded Warrior Project that provided the catalyst for this company’s offer. He stated, “These brave American heroes have selflessly put their lives on the line and constantly sacrifice themselves for our freedom. Donating a portion of our profit to the Wounded Warrior Project is a way to express our appreciation – that their deeds are not forgotten and we will not abandon these heroes in their time of need.”
If you would like to find out more about the Wounded Warrior Project or assist Niche Sign Design’s donation effort, contact JT Keenan at email or 610.659.9184 or join us on our blog http://www.turnkeytalk.com.
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