Many of our brave military members return home with physical and emotional injuries that make it difficult to transition back to day-to-day life. Quick fact: As many as 20% of returning suffer from PTSD. Currently, there are veterans waiting to be helped get back into civilian life. It doesn’t matter if its physical or physiological we are helping reduce the time it takes to get help so our heroes can get back to their lives as quickly and seamlessly as possible.
As a veteran owned company, we know just how real the struggles can be and sometimes it feels like no one understands you. So we got to thinking… What can we do to help those who have and continue to protect our freedom? For us the solution was simple. We can only go so far as individuals but collectively we can ban together and create a movement, so we decided to donate a portion of all our sales, this way everyone wins.
Our mission will never be over. However, our goal is $29,000,000 which will allow us to positively affect the lives of tens of thousands of veterans and their families. Why 29m? Because that means every registered gun owner has given us a shot, and has helped donate to a wonderful cause!
How much have we been able to donate to date? $7,478 and we are just getting started.
Help us put 1 bottle into the hands of every gun owner in America and we will be able become the single largest private organization to help our hero's.
Too many of our soldiers come home with physical and emotional injuries that make day to day life more difficult. At this very moment there are veterans waiting to be paired with a four-legged buddy, who needs them too. Dogs2DogTags joins them together at no cost to them. We have grown close with the founder of Dogs2DogTags and his team. They are an amazing group of individuals that truly want to make the veteran community stronger and healthier!
Offers a comfortable "at home" experience while in an uncomfortable time. The Fisher house is a home away from home for vets and their families while receiving care at the Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center - At no cost to them.
We lose one veteran every 65 min to suicide, and while help comes in many forms, it can be confusing, difficult, and time consuming. Stop Soldier Suicide eliminates the process, and connects vets with the help they need quickly, and at no cost to them.