Support Military Veterans through the Call of Duty Endowment United Pack, Available in Tony Hawk’s™ Pro Skater™ 1 and 2

About the Call of Duty Endowment:

The Call of Duty Endowment is a non-profit organization co-founded by Bobby Kotick, CEO of Activision Blizzard. The Endowment seeks to help veterans find high-quality careers by supporting groups that prepare them for the job market and by raising awareness of the value vets bring to the workplace. For more information about the Call of Duty Endowment, please visit

Other ways to donate to the Call of Duty Endowment

Help the Call of Duty Endowment reach its goal of getting 100,000 veterans back to work by 2024, by donating HERE. Rest assured, 100 percent of Activision’s net proceeds of the United Pack purchase goes directly to Endowment grantees; Activision Blizzard pays for the Endowment’s operating costs.

Finally, if you are (or know someone who is) a veteran, transitioning service member, or service leaver requiring assistance in looking for employment in the U.S. or U.K., then visit the Veteran Support section of the Call of Duty Endowment website to be paired with a partner organization who can help in the job search.

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* Offer ends 31/12/2021 or once $500,000 USD is raised.

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The 7th Annual Activision Blizzard Veterans Day of Service

On November 16, the Activision Blizzard workforce and their families began participating in the 7th annual Veterans Day of Service. Typically a day of service that sees volunteers contributing outside the office in their communities, this year’s event was a week-long affair that operated from people’s homes due to the global pandemic.

Activision Blizzard recognized the need to give back to veterans now more than ever, leading to a renewed commitment to maintain the annual Veterans Day of Service, though in a slightly altered form.

“Veterans Day of Service has been reinvented as a COVID-safe, work from home volunteer experience,” says Diana Diller, Senior Manager of Internal Events and Experiential Marketing at Activision. “As the planning process was underway for VDOS – which has become Veterans WEEK of Service for 2020 – local guidelines from state to state and country to country changed, so everything planned was safe and secure, no matter what, aligned with the overall company care for our workforce.”