We Who Served is multifaceted, serving veterans, businesses, and civilians.

WeWhoServed.net is our technology and soon-to-be veteran training website. We currently have 24/7 All-American technical support staff to serve your business. We provide website hosting, domain names, spam-resistant personal and business level email plans and even the latest VPS and Dedicated servers!

WeWhoServed.com discount key tag directory is for everyone! It works like the discount key tags you take to the grocery store and pharmacy. Get your discount key tag at one location and use it at any participating business! Click here to learn how it works for business. We will roll out an App once we reach 1,000 businesses participating. You can make money for yourself or veteran organization through our Reseller and Referal Program!

WeWhoServed.org is our veteran-centric website that is like Facebook. It is currently in testing mode but feel free to sign up. As it grows you will be able to send friend requests to veterans in your area that have similar interests. Reducing homelessness and veteran suicide is main hope. Unlike Facebook it is private and we are not selling your information! If you want to help us improve use our Contact page.

What can you do to help?

  • Help us spread the word about the We Who Served Discount Key Tag program. Any business can benefit and they are guaranteed to make their money back and more. Show them this page. You will make $100 for the referral and save on future purchases from your favorite business.
  • Join our veteran organization website. Help us test it out and give us feedback. Share it with your friends. It can only succeed with your help.
  • Point a veteran in need of work our way. We will start training them or lead them in the right direction.

The video below helps to explain some of the things we are trying to help our fellow veterans overcome. By providing fellowship, resources, income and training the veteran can move forward to help themselves along with the type of comrades they were accustomed to in the service. Veterans are often the last to ask for help but the first to offer a helping hand. It is time we reach out to each other and lend that helping hand.