Country Crock® Joins Forces with Wounded Warrior Project

Reflecting its commitment to wounded warriors, their families and their caregivers, Country Crock® has partnered with the Wounded Warrior Project™, an organization established to raise awareness and provide aid for injured service members. As part of the alliance, Country Crock has donated $100,000 to the non-profit organization and created special limited-edition packaging to further promote the cause.

The partnership with Country Crock promises to help Wounded Warrior Project offer unique programs and helpful services to specifically aid injured servicemen and their families. “We are proud to have a quintessential American brand like Country Crock join us in our mission of honoring and empowering wounded warriors,” said Adam Silva, WWP Chief Development Officer.

Country Crock aims to help bring the warmth of home back to injured servicemen and women. Gathering around the table for a meal is a core value of family life that all warriors should come home to. “Country Crock takes pride in aiding those who have so proudly provided their services to our country”, said Jennifer Knowles, Senior Brand Building Manager at Country Crock.

Specially marked packages of Country Crock original spread are branded with the Wounded Warrior Project logo and further information on how to get involved. They will be available in stores beginning in August. To get involved and learn more about this noble organization, visit


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