The Call of Duty Endowment charitable fund is coming to the UK and aims to aid charities in helping armed forces veterans find employment.
The programme was founded in 2009 by CEO of Activision Blizzard Bobby Kotick. It's co-chaired by former NATO Commander and National Security Advisor General James L. Jones, and is led by Dan Goldenberg, a veteran and captain in the U.S. Navy Reserve.
The fund has already been successful in the US, with over £19 million being used to place over 37,000 veterans in jobs with an average starting salary of £42,000.
To aid the shift to the UK, Activision has announced The Call of Duty Endowment Double Duty Calling Card for Call of Duty: Black Ops III. Admittedly it's not a very catchy name, but essentially it's an animated Calling Card which comes with three rare supply drops. All proceeds from these digital items go towards the Endowment programmes.