This may be the first piece of news about Activision that I have received without wanting to throw-up in my mouth. Even if they gave the money to help with their taxes, I don’t really care.
Activision’s Call of Duty Endowment, a group that raises money for un-employed military veterans has donated $500,000 in grants to different organizations. I’m sure the money will be put to good use. As there are many veterans that are looking for work, over 1 million. I’m glad that I’m a veteran that has a job; there are a lot of people suffering now.
The unemployment rate for younger veterans is more, around 22% for veterans 18-24 (males) and for females around 15.3%. 5 groups will each receive $100,000 to aid in getting veterans jobs. The 5 groups are the USO, Amvets, Military to Medicine, Student Veterans of America and Veterans Green Jobs.
And here are some words from Bobby Kotick’s stupid face, “”It is a great honor to support these organizations that are training and placing our military men and women in 21st century careers. For those who give selflessly to defend our freedom, we must continue to increase the public’s awareness of this problem, and we must work together with businesses around the country to find our heroes fulfilling and sustainable jobs.”