The Most Meaningful Gifts Under $35

February 09, 2017 0 Comments

Valentine's Day is just around the corner. Whether you celebrate it or not, February brings a colossal explosion of red and pink to every store. While some just do their best to avoid sugary snacks and make it to the 15th. The rest of us are scrambling to think of the perfect gift to make our significant other smile. Rather than giving 2000 calories in cheap box...

We've put together a list of the 10 most meaningful gifts that actually GIVE BACK. 

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1. RED Bag Gift Sets  - $28                

  12 ounces of GFC Coffee packaged in a sexy red bag WITH a RED Friday Mug.Raider Project R.E.D. Friday Campfire Mug. 13oz. Ceramic Mug. Perfect for a cup of GFC. This Friday, Every Friday. Always, Remember Everyone Deployed. 

Profits from your purchase supports the Raider Project's mission. Raider Project now going into it's 3rd year is a key GallantFew Program that remains focus on US Marine Combat Veterans. Providing Services ranging from suicide prevention, drug addiction treatment, PTS therapy, as well as unconventional treatments for TBIs. Employment and financial assistance. With our ambassadors we are able to offer peer to peer counseling, veteran wilderness retreats, climbing retreats, fishing trips as well as community sports programs. We want to connect with veterans to the resources they need to be healthy as well as the tools they need for their own success.

2. Raider Project WOD Fitness Programming Subscription - $10

We want to help people get back on their feet to live a happy, healthier, more successful life by offering low cost training developed by one of our own Marine Raiders. We are offering individuals a low cost program that allows them to push themselves to be the best version of theirselves. For only $10.00 dollars a month we provide an entire month of training. 


3. Green Beret Foundation Hoodie - $35

Green Beret Foundation has provided over casualty, family and transition support to over 800 veterans and their families. Show your support by rocking their awesome hoodie!




4. Honor Brewing  IPA 6-Pack - $10

It may seem impossibly humble, but just enjoying a beer can provide a powerful way to remember and respect those who serve. Order a pint, crack open a bottle, and you’re making a contribution to organizations charged with preserving the memory of those who have fallen, and improving the lives of wounded veterans. 


5. Team RWB Bangle - $28

Team RWB mission is to enrich the lives of America's veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity. Our chapters establish local programs that provide consistent opportunities for veterans to meet other veterans and members of their community through activities like running, cycling, functional fitness, picnics, yoga and ball games.

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6. Team SAR Pint Glass $15

Team SAR is a 501C3 non-profit organization, veteran founded and operated project comprised of adaptive athletes and their supporters. We are dedicated to the growth and expansion of competitive adaptive sports across multiple disciplines. 


7. Raider Project Silkies (Unisex) - $25


8. GallantFew Run Ranger Run Tee - $25

A team of up to ten individuals will pledge to walk, run and/or ride bicycles a combined total of 565 miles in the month of February (usually 28 days). Teams may be formed from anywhere in the world and your miles can be logged from the comfort of your own home. As a collective, all participants will raise funds for GallantFew and increase awareness for veteran issues surrounding the transition from active military service to civilian life.


9. K9 for Warriors Survival Straps - $29.99

K9s for Warriors is dedicated to providing service canines to our warriors suffering from PTSD, TBIS and or sexual trauma as a result of military service post 9/11. 25% of every Survival Strap goes to the organization's mission.


Order ANY apparel, gear or watch from Rockwell Time and you can use OUR discount code.          20% of every purchase made with that code is donated to the Raider Project.

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