CARLSBAD, CA – (April 2018) ResorTime, the rental arm of timeshare management company Grand Pacific Resorts, has donated $2,500 to I Heart Military, an organization that gathers donations to take Wounded Warriors receiving treatment at Naval Hospital, San Diego, and at Camp Pendleton, to baseball games and other family friendly outings.
The charity received the most votes during the first quarter of ResorTime’s crowd source giving contest on ResorTime.com.
“I Heart Military is grateful for this donation and will use it to provide homemade meals for our wounded, ill and injured who are recuperating away from home,” said Beverly Trout, Founder of the Wounded Warrior Support Network. “When our brave heroes are deployed, their family is their unit. When they become injured, they are often placed away from friends and family. Generous donations like this provide assistance, and support systems creating good spirits and happy times helping our heroes recuperate together.”
I Heart Military also operates other programs for Wounded Warriors, including Meals to Heal, where homemade meals are delivered to warriors in recovery, and Christmas for Veterans, a holiday celebration for hundreds of military family members. Additionally, I Heart Military organizes family reunions and events, and assists Wounded Warriors with career transition.
I Heart Military was founded in 2007 and its volunteers are committed to serving their country by serving those who serve.
ResorTime’s giving program is proud to make an impact to four causes every year. If there is a 501(c)(3) you’re passionate about go to beCause Destination Matters to submit your inspiring story for a chance to win your favorite cause a $2,500 donation.
Through its unique relationships, ResorTime offers nightly rentals at some of the most in-demand vacation ownership resorts in the United States. ResorTime leads the timeshare online rental booking space with its personalization features, as well as the concierge level of service it delivers to both the public and timeshare owners. For more information, visit ResorTime.com.