The Unfortunate Truth
22 veterans commit suicide every day. Our goal is to limit the number of suicides by supporting Veterans and Military transitioning from combat or active duty to civilian life. If we can support our Heroes and their families we will be able to reduce divorce rate amongst our military along with supporting veterans suffering from PTSD and lower the number of Suicides, 100% of all proceeds go directly to helping veterans.
We encourage anyone to post about someone they know who either died in combat or passed away while home. Doing so, allows them to be honored and remembered for years to come.
Honoring MSG. James “Tre” Ponder, 36, grew up in Franklin, TN 15 miles south of Nashville, and enlisted in the Army after a few semesters at Auburn University. He was the only son of Jimmy and Rebecca Ponder. He was a husband, the father of two young girls and a...
“He went as a young boy and died as a heroic young man”. At 22 years old, he did 3 tours in Northern Syria. He was from the U.K. and fought as an ally and friend with US forces. He was KIA by an IED while clearing mines while on patrol trying to make a safe path for...
Lost his life to a wounded heart after serving a tour in Afghanistan.