On average 22 veterans commit suicide every day. That's 22 too many.
At 92 for 22 we are working to eliminate that statistic.
Our goal is to stand behind and fight for those who fought for us. If we don't, who will?
How 92 For 22 Began:
92 For 22 originated in Michigan, April 2017 when a group of veterans decided to walk the White Pine Trail which runs 92 miles from Comstock Park to Cadillac, Michigan. The goal was to raise awareness of veteran suicide and the effects of PTSD. A total of 11 veterans participated in the walk and raised $6,644. This money was donated to Help For Our Disabled Troops (HFODT) a 501c3 nonprofit organization that adapts homes for injured Veterans as well as helping with therapeutic accommodations.
How 92 For 22 Grew:
During this first 92 mile walk is where the idea grew to create our own nonprofit to help veterans in need with home accommodation assistance to improve the quality of life for combat related injuries. In March of 2018, we did just that. We then planned our Second Annual 92 Mile Walk for April of 2018. We raised over $9,000 in our second walk! In July of 2018, we were able to help one veteran get a car and another with all household appliances and beds so he could get back on his feet.
The Goals and Vision of 92 For 22:
The goal of 92 For 22 is to grow our organization to reach more veterans and continue to raise awareness that the average number of veterans that commit suicide each day is 22. By bringing awareness to the community about the struggles that veterans have, we hope to keep this subject top of mind.
The Vision of 92 For 22 is to raise enough money to purchase property to build an environment that offers outdoor recreation and therapeutic experiences focused on helping veterans with post-traumatic stress (PTS) and traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and their families.
If you are a veteran seeking assistance, or would like to nominate someone for an accommodation, please fill out the form below.