The Fundraising Page of Eric Granby

Eric Granby

A Message From Eric Granby

Ladies and Gentleman, Thanks for navigating your way onto this website. This world can get hectic, but there is HOPE.
Never forget that we are on this earth together. With that being said, the sad truth is there is epidemic of suicide in our Military Community and throughout the country. It breaks my heart and as Veteran, Health Care Professional and more importantly a Human Being, I see it as my duty to help where I can. However, I must confess that sometimes I find myself thinking I can’t do much to help but the truth is we all can. We must first realize that every little bit of help will help. That’s why I decided to participate in this fundraiser. One to raise money for a great cause but to also raise awareness about the disparaging number of suicides committed every minute. One is too many! And if having more resources will stop just one person from committing suicide it is well worth the effort. We all have a place in this earth, and I support this organization that wants to help those in need. God Bless!

Location / Venue

  • Address:
  • DE
  • USA
Delaware 22in22 to Stop Soldier Suicide

About This Campaign

Welcome Fans of DTCC & 22in22!  Here are the instructions:

1. Participate in one of the campus teams (See third button to right)

2. Don't have a campus? Join as a individual or simply donate

3. Register your goal

4. Get moving!

5. Spread the word on social media and help end the epidemic...#22in22Challenge

Join Delaware Technical Community College employees and students in supporting Jacob DiSabatino as he raises awareness about and helps to eliminate the epidemic of soldier suicide. As a team or as an individual participant, you will pledge to run, walk, hop, skip or jump 22 miles in 22 days.    You can also help raise awareness of this epidemic by posting your picture in social media with the hashtag #22in22challenge or send to  the Stop Soldier Suicide Facebook page: Click Here for Facebook

The number 22 is significant in that nearly 22 soldiers take their own lives each and every day as a result of feeling they have no other way to deal with their pain and suffering. By joining this effort, you will be supporting our soldiers who put their lives on the line to protect our country. They need our help! 

 This campaign will take place Friday, September 11 through Wednesday, October 7. Let's come together to raise awareness for our heroes!

    No activity yet.

No donations yet.