Activision Blizzard to sell Call of Duty dog tags for charity

Wednesday, 6th November 2013 01:11 GMT By Mike Irving

Activision Blizzard will sell new, limited edition dog tags alongside the release of Call of Duty: Ghosts, with proceeds going to the Call of Duty Endowment, a not-for-profit organisation which supports veterans.

Activision announced the dog tags today, after last year’s fundraiser proved successful.

Retailing at $4.99, the dog tags are available in stores including GameStop, Costco, Walmart, Toys R Us, Best Buy and Target, throughout the holiday season. Activision will donate all profits from the sales to the Call of Duty Endowment, which supports veterans looking to transition into the civilian workforce.

“With our nation’s youngest veterans continuing to face unemployment at a much greater rate than their non-veteran counterparts, the work of the Call of Duty Endowment is more important than ever,” said Dan Goldenberg, the foundation’s Executive Director.

The latest game in the franchise, Call of Duty: Ghosts, is available now.

We’ve got a full Call of Duty: Ghost campaign walkthrough guide here, with extra multiplayer tips.

Thanks, Yahoo! Finance.



  1. noamlol2

    fuck you activision
    we know that money doesn’t go to charity (not all of it anyway)

    #1 1 year ago
  2. Diingo

    Corporations try so hard to make themselves look good.

    In reality, they don’t give a single fuck, it’s all about promotion and pretending to look like they’re humane. Corporations almost always never serve humanity in a positive way. All they care about is sucking up more money which is the sole reason why the world’s economy is falling apart.

    We must embark on a new journey to create Humanity 2.0 where money is eliminated, and truth prevails with compassion and love. I dream a lot about the future of tomorrow.

    #2 1 year ago
  3. TheBlackHole

    Dear god, listen to yourselves.

    Damned if they do. Damned if they don’t.

    Grow up, FFS.

    #3 1 year ago
  4. KineticCalvaria

    @3, says you. :)

    #4 1 year ago

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