Wounded Warrior Project®


Mudders leave no warrior behind

Tough Mudder is a long-time supporter of Wounded Warrior Project® and its mission to honor and empower Wounded Warriors. To date, Tough Mudder participants have raised more than $8.5 million for the Wounded Warrior Project.

Tough Enough to Fundraise?

Being a Tough Mudder means putting others before yourself especially those who risk their lives for the safety and freedom of our country. Get into the action by raising money for those service members who have returned home with the mental and physical wounds of war. Every donation supports the 19 free, diverse programs provided by Wound Warrior Project to assist injured veterans on the journey towards a successful civilian life.

How to donate

1. Register

Once you register for your Tough Mudder event, set up your CrowdRise fundraising page and start making a difference.

Even if you're not participating, you can fundraise with Mudder Nation and support Wounded Warrior Project here

2. Send your link

Send your fundraising link to friends and family, asking them to support your Tough Mudder charity fundraising effort by making a donation to the veterans service organization, Wounded Warrior Project.

3. Raise as much as you can

Every donation counts. Whether $5, $25, or $100, each gift makes a huge difference to helping wounded service members and their families.

Incentives for 2016 are being reviewed, more to come soon.

Your donation makes a difference.

Through programs focused on engagement, mind, body, and economic empowerment of wounded service members and their families, WWP hopes to foster the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation’s history.


In 2013, Wounded Warrior Project assisted tens of thousands of wounded service members and families through programs and services focused on helping not only survive, but thrive in life post-injury. Click here to watch a few programmatic highlights and see the positive impact of your support.

  • Aided 17,738 Alumni who participated in at least one WWP program or event.
  • Helped secure $17.93 million in annual entitlement and $9.97 million in retroactive benefits for warriors.
  • Fostered 3,773 Peer Mentor visits focusing on building friendships and a foundation of support with fellow Alumni.
  • Served 5,808 warriors and caregivers at WWP Physical Health & Wellness programs including recreational sports, nutrition, counseling, and wellness events.
  • Employed 1,000 warriors through the Warriors to Work™ initiative with $41,053 as an average earning from full-time work.
*Stats based on WWP fiscal year 2013


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