We are excited to announce our support of the Wounded Warrior Project ®!
As Corporate Champion, Plumbing & A/C Medic will provide ongoing support through our Military Monday Campaign (#MilitaryMonday).
For every appointment, scheduled on a Monday, we will make a $5 donation to the Wounded Warrior Project ®. No purchase necessary.* This means homeowners interested in supporting this crucial cause can call Plumbing & A/C Medic on Mondays, to schedule their service for any day of the week (during business hours). Homeowners are welcome to book service on Monday if same day service is still available, but there is no requirement to schedule the appointment for the same day.
For a Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Contractor, It Makes Total Sense
Our Co-Owner, Dannielle Julian, explains, “Plumbers and HVAC technicians help protect the health and wellness of our free nation, and without our military we have no free nation. Support of the Wounded Warrior Project is an obvious choice and an honor for our team. Our goal is always to give back to our community and now, we are so thankful to have this opportunity to positively influence the lives of the men and women who have sacrificed so much for our freedom. We hope to make a significant impact through our efforts."
It is our hope that our local community in Gilbert, Phoenix, and the surrounding Central Valley will share in our interest of supporting this population that has given us all so much. That they will help us grow our monthly donations exponentially by calling us on Mondays, or making friends and family aware by word-of-mouth, or sharing our #MilitaryMonday posts on social media.
More about the Wounded Warrior Project ®
The Wounded Warrior Project is a crucial partner in assisting servicemen and women in their transition to civilian life. There’s always another goal to achieve, another mission to discover... Every warrior should have a positive future to look forward to.
There have been more than 52,000 servicemen and women physically injured in recent military conflicts. 500,000 are living with invisible wounds, from depression to post-traumatic stress disorder. 320,000 are experiencing debilitating brain trauma.
We can never repay them for their extraordinary sacrifices. But we can show our gratitude by giving warriors and their families the support they need and deserve.