A group fundraising campaign for Stop Soldier Suicide.
About This Campaign
22 veterans a day take their own lives. A few of these have been Soldiers I knew directly or indirectly through mutual friends. The bottom line is that one veteran suicide is too many, let alone 22 a day. I will be running the Tear Drop half-marathon on May 16 to raise money and awareness for this problem. VA assistance just isn't enough. So if you feel compelled, please donate $13.10 towards this great charity. That's just a dollar per mile for the race. Thank you for your support. Let's get help for our veterans that need it.
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Location / Venue
- 9441 Georgia Hwy 52
- Chatsworth, GA
- May 16, 2015 07:00 am to
- May 16, 2015 11:00 am
Campaign to Support Stop Soldier Suicide
Help us end Veteran suicide.
Stop Soldier Suicide is the first national Veteran-founded and led non-profit relentlessly dedicated to the epidemic of - and cure for - suicide among Service Members.
We understand the problems and issues of Military suicide are too complex for a single answer. Our skilled Case Managers find the right solution for each person.
And it's not a single conversation. We follow up over a two year period help as long as is needed.
Our evidenced-based approach makes us truly unique.
And our mission is simple:
We offer empowerment to those who have served and are serving still.
Wilfrieda Schultz gave a $10 donation
Brianna and Jack Wycherley gave a $10 donation
Craig and Tonda Vial gave a $20 donation
Jeremy White gave a $13 donation