#DoMore104 | Room 104 & Wounded Warrior Project
what if we all tried to do a little more…
Filmmaking brothers Mark and Jay Duplass, the creative minds behind "Togetherness," are launching "Room 104." The new HBO anthology series is set in a single motel room and tells the stories of the various guests that pass through it. To celebrate the show's release on July 28, they've teamed up with DEC Projects to raise awareness and support for Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) and the warriors it serves.
"The idea for the #DoMore104 campaign came from our belief that there is always room to do more good things for others," said Daniel Dart, DEC Artists founder. "How can we help? How can we do more? We're raising money to support the men and women of our armed forces and thank them for all they've done. Wounded Warrior Project has done a fantastic job supporting our nation's wounded veterans. And I think rallying around these wounded warriors is a cause that can unite us all."
The campaign will use the hashtag #DoMore104 July 12 to Aug. 2. For every person who uses the hashtag, Mark and Jay will donate 10 cents to WWP, matching up to $5,000. In addition, donations made through the campaign website will go directly to WWP.
"One of the few things that all people can agree on these days is the power of bipartisan charitable giving," said Mark Duplass. "#DoMore104 is our small attempt to bind us all by doing something small but meaningful together."
"Wounded Warrior Project is able to offer our services to injured veterans free of charge because of the generosity of our donors," said Gary Corless, WWP chief development officer. "We're proud to welcome Mark and Jay Duplass as new supporters of the wounded warriors, families, and caregivers we serve. We are grateful for their support and Daniel Dart and his DEC Artists team for bringing this incredible campaign to life."
WWP programs and services assist injured veterans with mental health, physical health and wellness, career and benefits counseling, connecting warriors with one another and their communities, and long-term care for the most seriously wounded.