The Patriotic Way To Support Our Troops

Thank You For Giving To Veteran Families
on #GivingTuesday

With the crush of the Holiday Season,  it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Finding time to show compassion for those whose Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas are filled with a deep sadness makes us all feel better. This and every #GivingTuesday, may your heart be filled by the joy of giving.

GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration. Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving (in the U.S.) and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday, GivingTuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving.

“I thought I was alone in my everyday suffering. I thought no one cared and that no one would ever know Cedrick. I have some peace in knowing that you have the strength to help families and keep our soldier’s memories alive.”



Donate to One of Our Families in Need

I am truly thankful for your dedication to knowing the problem and trying to make others aware of the tragedy soldiers & their families endure. 

Helen Taylor

Mother of Cedrick Taylor, who died in Florida after the VA switched his trusted psychologist. He was dead one week later from a PTSD suicide. His family had to borrow money just to fly his body home to Connecticut, and then find more money to pay the funeral home.

This is a great resource for families that are faced with the hardships that come with veteran soldier suicide. 

Kevin Johns

Father of Jerod Johns, who killed himself on 9/11 in South Carolina. His twin brother found him and a video saying "this was best for everyone." Kevin had to take a $5,000 loan for the funeral home BEFORE he could see his dead soldier.

Robert was funny and a fun person. He had a beautiful smile that I can’t forget and it breaks my heart that I won’t be able to see it again. He was a  patriot, hero, a man of focus, commitment, sacrifice, a loving father and very supportive husband. He was a good servant of God.

Issi Zaza

Wife of LTC Robert N. Zaza, who killed himself in their New Mexico home on March 19, 2019.