Wargaming America announces "World of Thanks" charity project

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Wargaming America is celebrating National Military Appreciation Month with its "World of Thanks" charity program and free-to-play game World of Tanks. For four weeks in May, proceeds from World of Tanks will be donated to four non-profit organizations, including AMVETS, Homes for our Troops, Military Families Fund, and Paralyzed Veterans of America.

During the four weeks, each one of the organizations will receive ten percent of the proceeds from $15 and $50 gold package purchases from North American players in World of Tanks. As well, 75 percent of the proceeds from $9 T14 tank package purchases will be divided between each of the organizations. Below are the veteran organizations and their associated donation weeks:
  • AMVETS - May 3-9, 2012
  • Military Families Fund - May 10-16, 2012
  • Homes for Our Troops - May 17-23, 2012
  • Paralyzed Veterans of America - May 24-30, 2012
Be sure to visit the "World of Thanks" program page for further details, in addition to the official World of Tanks website.
Wargaming America Celebrates National Military Appreciation Month with “World of Thanks”
Four charities during four weeks in May to receive World of Tanks proceeds

May 3, 2012, Emeryville, Calif.—To recognize and honor North American veterans and troops during National Military Appreciation Month (NMAM), Wargaming America, the North American publisher and service center of the award-winning videogame developer and publisher, today announced its “World of Thanks” giving program in partnership with top veteran organizations. Wargaming America has chosen four non-profit organizations for the four weeks in May to receive proceeds from sales within its award-winning game, World of Tanks: AMVETS, Homes for our Troops, Military Families Fund and Paralyzed Veterans of America.

Each week in May, one of the veteran organizations will receive ten percent of the proceeds from the $14.95 and $49.95 gold packages purchased from the North American cluster. In addition, 75 percent of the proceeds of the $8.99 T14 tank packages  (T14 + garage slot + 1000 gold) purchased during May will be divided between the four organizations. 

“Beyond being a military-themed game, one of our core audiences of gamers in World of Tanks is active military and veterans – and we feel it’s important we show our gratitude and appreciation,” said Wargaming American General Manager Jeremy Monroe. “The organizations that we’ve chosen to work with provide amazing services and support to troops in U.S. and Canada and we’re excited to in turn support them.”

Weeks for donation:
  • AMVETS - May 3-9, 2012
  • Military Families Fund - May 10-16, 2012
  • Homes for Our Troops - May 17-23, 2012
  • Paralyzed Veterans of America - May 24-30, 2012
More information about “World of Tanks” program can be found at: http://worldoftanks.com/en/military-month/military-month-2012.

Last year Wargaming America ran a Veteran's Day campaign to support and donate to the Paralyzed Veterans of America, raising more than $27,000 in one day for the organization.

May 2012 marks the 14th NMAM, a month designated by Congress to educate on both the history and recognition of our armed services with an in-depth look at the diversity of its individuals and achievements.  It allows Americans to educate each generation on the historical impact of our military through the participation of the community with those who serve their country.

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