The WWP will get the usual donation I make to them directly from me, as always. See, the WWP and I understand who they are, what they stand for, what they do and why they practice the business policies they do, and it's all okay with me, I get it. Others don't (or won't, or can't).
The WWP doesn't have to publicly support gun companies to have earned my support for their efforts to help wounded veterans. Not linking with arms manufacturers subtracts nothing from their ability to help wounded vets, except that doing so will reduce the donations of those who think more of whether weapons manufacturers are linked to WWP or not than they do of the help and comfort the WWP has provided to wounded vets.
I'd be ashamed to admit that.
Despite the cost of living, have you noticed how popular it remains?