— Ammo.net, America's top pro-freedom ammunition retailer, announced the results for October of the company's unique donation program. Every order placed at the Ammo.net store allows customers to choose from among a number of pro-freedom organizations to donate to, as well as nominate their own favorites for addition to the program. In October, Ammo.net customers directed the largest portion of their purchase-related donations to the Bellevue, Washington-based Second Amendment Foundation, with the National Rifle Association, Homes for Our Troops, and the Adapt and Overcome Project also receiving significant donations.
"Just like our customers, we at Ammo.net care deeply about freedom," Ammo.net representative Sam Jacobs said, "so it is always a pleasure to be able to direct a portion of the proceeds from every purchase toward the freedom-preserving organizations that our customers pick out. Our October totals were once again impressive and gratifying, and we are sure that the groups that our customers selected will do great work with the money."
In addition to offering the best selection, most reliable inventory, and lowest prices on ammunition, Ammo.net commits to donating a portion of the proceeds from every order placed with the company to selected, pro-freedom non-profits and organizations. At the present time, Ammo.net customers can choose from among twenty groups to have the donations associated with their orders sent to, and a simple, convenient form allows customers to suggest additional worthy groups to be added to this list.
In October, firearm-rights group the Second Amendment Foundation received the single largest share of donations from Ammo.net, as directed by the company's customers. The Second Amendment Foundation educates citizens around the country about their Constitutional rights and also uses its resources to engage in vigorous legal defenses and challenges where Second Amendment issues are at play.
Ammo.net customers were also once again in October appreciative of a longtime favorite, the National Rifle Association. That sporting and firearms group lobbies governments at all levels to preserve firearms rights and engages in a wide variety of educational initiatives, as well. One of the most prominent firearms-focused groups in the country, it frequently features near the top of Ammo.net donation lists. Thanks to the company's work on behalf of the group, Ammo.net has also been made a member of the prestigious NRA Ring of Freedom.
A number of organizations serving returning veterans also featured high on the list of October Ammo.net donation totals. Homes for Our Troops, for example, builds and supplies mortgage-free, appropriately equipped homes for disabled service members and placed a strong third in the Ammo.net October donation results. The Adapt and Overcome Project and Operation Homefront, two other groups that focus on providing assistance to veterans, took the next two spots in the list.
Since the program's inception, Ammo.net's donation program has resulted in tens of thousands of dollars being dispensed to these worthy groups and others like them. The program continues to grow in popularity and repute, and Ammo.net's operators are committed to continuing it in the future. Visitors to the company's website can see the recent donations from Ammo.net there, as well as learn more about the company's many products.
America's pro-freedom ammunition retailer, Ammo.net offers the lowest prices and best selection of all kinds of ammo and donates a portion of the proceeds from every order to worthy freedom-focused groups of customers' choosing.
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