The Call of Duty Endowment has placed 66,000 veterans in high-quality jobs
Founded in 2009, The Call of Duty Endowment has been singularly focused on placing veterans in high-quality jobs by supporting groups that prepare vets for the job market. In celebration of their ten-year anniversary, 2019 was a big year to help move The Endowment closer to their goal of getting 100,000 veterans back to work by 2024.
A big thanks to gamers and donors for all of their efforts in helping The Endowment reach their goals.
The Endowment’s current campaign is #HireHonor. Launched with th[e #HireHonor__PSA] featuring former Secretary of Defense James Mattis. This campaign is a finalist for an Engage for Good Halo Award in the category of Best Social Services Campaign.
Previously available in the Call of Duty®: Modern Warfare®, store the Endowment released The Defender Pack, its most successful digital item to date which will be returning to the Modern Warfare store soon!
In 2019, the Endowment also launched its first-ever digital items in Call of Duty®: Mobile and CrashTM Team Racing Nitro Fueled, both giving gamers outside the Call of Duty® communitythe opportunity to support the Endowment.
Events and Partnerships
The inaugural CODE Bowl, in partnership with U.S. Army Esports, took place this past December. The event was livestreamed across all major streaming platforms and featured the world’s top Call of Duty streamers paired with members of the U.S. Army Esports team. The event was extremely successful ultimately helping to place more than a battalion-size group of veterans into high quality jobs.
How To Support the Endowment
Their job placement work is focused on high quality, full-time roles, and on average the veterans they help earn starting salaries almost double the U.S. national annual median for personal income.
Help the Call of Duty Endowment reach its goal of getting 100,000 veterans back to work by 2024, by donating HERE.
Mar 05, 2020 at 20:06