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If you’re interested in donating to our cause, you should know where your money is going. Veterans Trek is currently accepting donations to provide additional treks for Veterans and their families. It is our goal to provide the same healing to others that we experienced. Treks will be Veteran led and free of expenses for the Veterans partaking (all equipment, meals, travel will be provided).

Please donate so we can bring greater levels of healing to our hurting warriors.

$22.00 = 1 dollar for every veteran who commits suicide everyday.

$50.00 = 1 dollar for every % more likely a Veteran is to become homeless.

$75.00 = 1 dollar for every % higher an Iraq or Afghanistan Veterans Mortality Rate Behind the Wheel.

Interested in becoming a corporate sponsor? See a list of options below. Please contact anthony@dryhootch OR to learn more about how your business can support this effort.

Donations of any amount are greatly appreciated.

Corporate Donations: Donations of $1,500-$4,999 and/or more in monetary or equipment donations will result in your company logo being placed on t-shirts our walkers will wear.

Corporate Donations: Donations of $5,000-9,999 in monetary and/or equipment donations will result in your company logo on t-shirts our walkers will wear and sponsorship thanks acknowledgement and logo placement on our website.

Corporate Donations: Donations of $10,000 and above in monetary and/or equipment donations will result in your company logo on t-shirts our walkers will wear, sponsorship thanks acknowledgement and logo placement on our website, and a banner with your company logo will be displayed at our starting point as a corporate sponsor. 

19 comments on “DONATE
  1. SGT Z. says:

    Safe journey guys! Hopefully you exceed your goal!

  2. Ruth Auer says:

    Good luck to both of you!! Vitas is raising funds for you while you are on your journey. My thoughts and prayers are with you daily. Ruth Auer; Veteran liaison Vitas innovative hospice care. Level four we honor Veterans.

  3. Victoria says:

    Keep up the good work! We are thinking about you guys- All the best!

  4. chris ogden says:

    We’re pulling for you guys. from your vet friends in Madison.

  5. chris ogden says:

    The men& women from Post 151 in Madison are pulling for you guys.

  6. John Sternig says:

    Anthony, I’ve been reading about you guys randomly in the Daily News and never made the connection until now that it was YOU! Great work for an amazing cause, and best of luck!

  7. franklin says:

    Super Trekers . . . PERIOD!

  8. Linda McDowell says:

    I hope your journey can help many with PTSD. I recently lost my son to it. God speed.

  9. Mel Taylor says:

    Yay, I donated! I wish it could’ve been more. Good luck to you and try not to judge us Californians too harshly. We have good hearts 🙂

  10. R. C. says:

    Read about your journey in an LA news article today & my eyes suddenly got sweaty. It’s a beautiful thing you guys are doing. Thank you.

  11. Thomas Mancuso says:

    I am donating in memory and honor of my Uncle Bill Sears, a Korean War Vet who passed away yesterday.

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