Customers continue to lend support to the National Rifle Association, while highly efficient veterans' assistance groups like Homes for Troops and Adapt & Overcome also rate highly, Ammo.net reports
Ammo.net, a leading retailer of firearms ammunition, announced the results of the company's charitable giving activities for May, June, and July. Ammo.net allows customers to select from a wide variety of pro-freedom American charitable causes with each order, after which the company donates a portion of the sale's proceeds to the chosen group. A perennial favorite with Ammo.net customers, the National Rifle Association remained the top recipient of the company's giving over the past three months, while a wide variety of other organizations also benefited.—
"We here at Ammo.net are proud to fight alongside our valued customers to help keep America the great nation it has been since its founding," company representative Sam Jacobs said, "Our pro-freedom donation program continues to be a hit with our clients, and we're happy to announce the results of the last three months of giving." Providing even hard-to-find calibers and loads at the best prices available, Ammo.net is one of the Internet's leading retailers of ammunition. In addition to a rock-solid supply chain that allows the company to keep customers' ammo supplies topped up at all times, Ammo.net's unique, pro-freedom giving program has also contributed greatly to its popularity among sportsmen and firearms enthusiasts.
For the months of May, June, and July, customers overwhelmingly pointed out the National Rifle Association as the non-profit that was most deserving of their support and that of Ammo.net. Since 1871, that organization has been a leading force for preserving Second Amendment rights in the United States, and it continues to enjoy a major influence with policy makers and the public at large.
Although the NRA preserved its traditional position of strength when Ammo.net customers' votes were counted, the charitable organization Homes for Troops mounted a serious challenge. Coming in at well over half the NRA's totals, this much smaller, younger, and less well-known organization drew votes with its commitment to building homes for disabled American veterans. Ammo.net customers were particularly impressed with the way that the organization spends over 90 cents of every dollar it raises in donations on building costs, a remarkable figure for any non-profit.
Another group focused on helping combat veterans reintegrate into civilian life also ranked highly in the donation totals, as Adapt & Overcome, an organization that focuses on helping veterans injured in combat rehabilitate and deal with PTSD and other difficulties, received nearly as much in the way of donations. A wide variety of other organizations also benefited from Ammo.net's pro-freedom giving, including the Texas State Rifle Association, the Second Amendment Foundation, and the Cato Institute.
"Our pro-freedom business model continues to be a great success here at Ammo.net," Jacobs concluded, "and we're always adding worthy new groups to the list of eligible donation recipients." Those interested can view the full breakout of ammo.net donation information at the company's website, where more information on the pro-freedom program and details as to current specials and other subjects is also available.
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