Conduct the Demonstration
We are looking for more places where we can conduct this presentation.
If you have a piece of property with unoccupied land near a road and you are associated with a local group that would like to help put on this presentation please contact us. Our typical layouts require 300 to 500 feet of unobstructed road frontage.
We will set things up for you, bring everything you need to the your space and provide all the help you need to get up and running. It would be a 30 day commitment for your group and a 40 day commitment for the property owner.
For more details, please contact us at info.22aday.org or you can text or call us at (734) 726-4101
You could spend 15 minutes helping us to put up 22 crosses one day.
Come out to the presentation when we put up new crosses. You don’t have to do anything, but you are permitted to help put up 22 crosses a day, write the name of a veteran who has committed suicide on one of the blank crosses, or just lend your moral support to folks who are their. You may come to be comforted or to find other ways you can help a veteran choose to live.
We ask you to let us know you are coming by signing up on SignUpGenius. Click this link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050b48aead2fa7f94-veteran5 or scan the QR code.
For more details, please contact us at info.22aday.org or you can text or call us at (734) 726-4101.
Help Pay Expenses
We need your help to pay direct expenses
The organizers of 22aday.org paid for the crosses and the trailer and all the equipment involved out of their own pockets. There is still an need for cash to buy fuel, to repair the crosses and the equipment, to purchase insurance, licenses and for advertising. We will not use anything you donate for any purpose other than to spread our message. Nobody is paid a salary. Nobody is paid to do fundraising. We don’t even buy lunch from donations.
If you have questions, please contact us at info.22aday.org or you can text or call us at (734) 726-4101.
” The Veterans Suicide Awareness display on the Ypsi Township field of honor is a stark and shocking reminder that those who sacrifice on behalf of our country’s values and for our citizens freedoms bear the pains of war well after the battles are long over. “
“A simple acknowledgement by those same citizens provides a comfort and assurance to our former warriors will contribute immensely to the healing of those pains. “
John McManus, President, Vietnam Veterans of America