Under Armour is set to honor the military in November, with games on the opening two weekends of the month leading up to Veteran’s Day on Sunday, November 11. For the games on November 3 and November 10, Under Armour has unveiled sideline and fan gear, and uniform accessories for seven programs: Maryland, South Carolina, Auburn, Northwestern, Hawaii, Utah, and Cincinnati.
The Under Armour initiative is to support No Greater Sacrifice (NGS) which helps “help educate the children of our nation’s fallen and wounded Service members.” The company will also donate to funding and mentorship to children so they can earn debt-free undergraduate degrees.
“No Greater Sacrifice is able to make positive, life-changing impacts on the children of fallen and severely wounded Service members because of partnerships like this one with Under Armour,” said Rebekah Lovorn, Executive Director of No Greater Sacrifice, in a statement. “NGS provides college education and a path for these children to achieve their goals and dreams, in recognition of the incredible sacrifices of our military and their families.”
According to a press release, the Under Armour Freedom Initiative has provided over $1 million in resources to military members and their families that focus on education, activity, mentorship, and service.
More photos of the Under Armour Military Appreciation collection can be seen below.