Phillips Industries supports Wyakin Warrior Foundation

Phillips Industries has raised and contributed over $30,000 for the Wyakin Warrior Foundation which provides mentoring, financial support and professional development for post-9/11 veterans.

Phillips Industries recently raised and contributed over $30,000 to the Wyakin Warrior Foundation.

During the HDA Truck Pride Annual Meeting held April 15 to 19 in San Antonio, TX, Phillips Industries held a promotion in which 5% of the proceeds were contributed to the Wyakin Warrior Foundation, an organization that enables severely wounded, injured, or ill post-9/11 veterans to achieve personal and professional success as business and community leaders.

“Wounded veterans have sacrificed so much, and we at Phillips Industries saw a way to pay them back through the Wyakin Warrior Foundation programs,” comments Rob Phillips, President. “The college education and degree offered to a military veteran through the foundation is a fundamental stepping stone to his or her future, and we’re glad to support that.”

The Wyakin Warrior Foundation provides multifaceted mentoring, financial support, professional development and networking tailored to each Warrior’s unique journey and goals, culminating in an education and meaningful employment. The program includes a community service project, completed by each Warrior while in school, to underpin the foundation’s focus on these young patriots’ strengths over their struggles, and help realize and demonstrate their potential as community role models.

"The amount donated by Phillips to the Wyakin Warrior Foundation will more than cover the cost to fully fund a wounded, injured or ill veteran through the program,” says Todd Monroe, Executive Director, Wyakin Warrior Foundation. “Phillips is a great American company that believes in giving back toward a meaningful purpose – and is an organization with which we are proud to partner. Thanks to partners like Phillips and their leadership, we will continue helping more and more transitioning young veterans realize their full potential.”