Join Us On Giving Tuesday


Mark your calendar for Giving Tuesday on November 29th!

Last year, supporters like you helped us provide more than 4,600 hours of life-saving care for veterans and service members at risk for suicide. Let’s do more this giving season and expand access to mental health and wellness care in the military community!

There are several ways to get involved on Giving Tuesday:

Become a Monthly Sustainer

The Battalion is our team of veteran lifesavers who stand side-by-side with us in the fight to solve the military suicide crisis.

Your monthly gift will help struggling American heroes find the path back to a life worth living.

Start a Fundraiser for SSS

Our DIY option makes it quick and easy to create a fundraiser tailored to your interests.

Start an athletic competition, celebrate a special occasion, honor a friend or loved one, or get creative. How you make an impact is up to you.

Take On the Challenge

This December, we’re hosting our last Facebook Challenge for the year - the Army-Navy 100 Mile Challenge.

It’s simple:

  • Join our challenge community on Facebook

  • Run or walk 100 miles in December

  • Start a Facebook fundraiser for SSS

  • Compete on behalf of Army, Navy, or your military branch of choice

Our Facebook Challenge communities connect everyday Americans across the country to our life-saving mission. Learn more here.

Engage your Company in Corporate Giving

Did you know that some companies match your donation to Stop Soldier Suicide? Make your gift today, tell your colleagues about our life-saving mission, and ask your employer if they'll match your gift.

Shop the Store

We have great holiday savings on all SSS gear. Shop the store. Support the mission.

  • November 7-12, use code VETS22 for 20% off sitewide.

  • November 24-28, use code DEALS22 for 25% off sitewide.

  • December 16-30, use code WINTER22 for 20% off sweatshirts, hoodies, and knit caps.

When you purchase SSS gear, you help raise mission-critical resources to support our Wellness Center team. We hope you'll wear it proudly.

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