Trophy Club, TX – GallantFew and Project Semicolon (www.semicolonproject.com) join forces for the “My Mission” campaign to show solidarity in suicide prevention and awareness.
For a $25 donation/purchase a person will receive, or can send to an intended recipient, a custom cover letter explaining the campaign and our/your challenge, a “My Mission” sign to display in your yard or window (comes complete with yard stake), a campaign vinyl decal for your car or window, postcards briefly describing the campaign, Run Ranger Run and GallantFew, temporary tattooa and a GallantFew compass keychain.
The “My Mission” campaign is important because it is answering the call to action within the Spartan Pledge. The phrase “My mission is to find a mission to help my warfighter family” is lifted from the Spartan Pledge (www.descendantsofsparta.com). The Pledge is meant to be taken by two people and is a promise to each other. The complete pledge is as follows:
“I will not take my own life by my own hand without talking to my battle buddy first. My mission is to find a mission to help my warfighter family”
There are 22 veterans and 1 active duty suicides reported each day. Many due to untreated PTSD or other psycho social stressors experienced by our veterans such as homelessness, unemployment or other financial issues, family problems, addiction etc. By providing peer support and access to psychological health services, GallantFew is doing its part to assist our veterans/address the unmet needs/ lower this tragic statistic.
The Semicolon Project is a global, non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and love for those who are struggling with mental illness, suicide, addiction and self-injury. The Semicolon Project exists to encourage, love and inspire.
These two non-profit giants (in mission) have come together, unified their message and are inviting you to join them.
If you would like to purchase a “My Mission” campaign box you can go to, www.galantfew.org/store, or to learn more about GallantFew you can visit their website at www.gallantfew.org or if you would like to learn more about The Semicolon Project you can visit their website at www.projectsemicolon.com.
To learn more visit www.gallantfew.org