Wyakin Partners with 12B Capital

Like most non-profit organizations, the Wyakin Foundation relies on the generosity of others to help carry out their mission to serve as a conduit, connecting wounded and injured veterans to their successful and fulfilling civilian futures through education, development, and guidance.  Isaac Belden, owner of 12B Capital and a combat veteran, has taken this to heart and found a way to make it easy for companies to support the Wyakin Foundation through the 12B Gives program.

12B Gives provides businesses an opportunity to give back to their community simply by doing business as usual. 12B Capital, a business funding and payment processing company, donates 10% of their processing revenue from each account to the Wyakin Foundation or a non-profit organization of their client’s choice. This is how 12B Gives helps non-profit organizations grow. We’re extremely proud to be partnered with a successful veteran entrepreneur like Isaac to help us provide much needed assistance to the wounded veterans in our program.

Veterans face challenges many of us cannot begin to fathom. The National Veterans Foundation points out that, “problems with unemployment, housing, finances and family issues all challenge military members transitioning from active duty to civilian life.” This is where the Wyakin Foundation and 12B Gives can make a difference.  When asked why he chose the Wyakin Foundation as a partner organization, Isaac said, “as a combat veteran, I know the difficulties in transitioning. The Wyakin Foundation helps people through that process that might otherwise have been forgotten. It’s a great organization that we’re proud to support.”

For business owners or managers that want to begin helping the Wyakin Foundation, the 12B Gives program can help. Please contact Isaac Belden via email ( or by phone at 208-314-0001 for more information.

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