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Join the 22 in 22 Challenge. Why?

On average, 22 veterans and active duty military are lost to suicide every day. You can be part of the solution.


About the Challenge

The 22 in 22 Challenge was created to raise awareness about the military suicide crisis. All funds raised through the Challenge are donated to Stop Soldier Suicide, the nation’s first veteran-founded-and-led 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to preventing military suicide.

How it Works

Teams from across the U.S. will walk, run, bike, wheel, march, or do yoga (or another activity of their choosing) every day for 22 days to raise funds and awareness about the military suicide crisis and the work that Stop Soldier Suicide is doing to empower the military community for life.

22 in 22 Challenge Examples

Create a tribute to your hero

In honor of Sgt. Zacharie G Hirshorn, his friends and family created a site to build awareness and to raise funds to Stop Soldier Suicide.

Create Team to Build Awareness & Funding

LTC Jason Roncoroni is a retired member of the United States Army.  His site gathers support from fellow comrades who are acutely aware of this issue.

Rally your Community Around the Cause

Minquadale Fire Company, Station 22, challenged other stations to join the cause!

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Get Social

Invite your friends and family to join the 22 in 22 Challenge 

Stop Soldier Suicide provides free resources and support to all past and present military and their families.