“I have the utmost respect for those that have served in the military and I have personally been a supporter of Wounded Warrior Project for many years but wanted to do something bigger,” CEO Ed McMahon said. “Something to get the whole team involved and to bring awareness and support to such an important foundation and the wounded warriors who are often forgotten.”
Epec has built a fundraising page and has also begun an in-house donation drive with employees and customers alike joining together to raise money and meet the $6,600 goal set to celebrate Epec’s 66 years in business. Epec also employs several veterans and a WWP Alumnus and will showcase their biographies as well as the fundraiser progress on their Facebook and LinkedIn pages.
Epec has taken on several charitable endeavors this past year, including a scholarship fund for a local high school and a donation to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.
Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to honor and empower wounded warriors. Thanks to charitable contributions, hundreds of thousands of warriors, their family members, and caregivers receive access to programs and services that meet their unique mental, physical, and economic needs, free of charge, for life.