Honoring our nation's heroes who fought the battle within

Honor The Fallen

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"Our mission is to honor fallen military lost to suicide, provide support to their grieving families, share helpful resources for those battling post-traumatic stress (PTS), and increase awareness."

Participate in an Event

Honor Heroes

Carry one of our heroes pictures in any local event of your choice: racing, walking, hiking, biking (motorcycles or cycles). Wear their picture, read their story, honor their memory.

Connect with Friends and Families


Connecting with families who are grieving a suicide loss is vital. We can provide information about resources and online support groups.

Donate or Host Event

Host An Event

Bring remembrance to our heroes, share their stories, display their pictures. Contact us if you’d like some help on organizing a walk, a run, a hike, or setting up a display.

"It amazes me how many people do care about our lost loved ones! Thank you all so much!"

Mother of Trever Gould - Sheri

"Words can't express how thankful I am. My father would be blown away at the remembrance and honoring of his memory. He did what any 18 year old did back in the 60s and that was to serve his country. He met his country's call, served two tours in Vietnam, and lived his life happily. But he could never shake the nightmares and win the unforgivable battle against PTSD. Thank you 22 Too Many and Aixa for remembering my father. Tears from a heartbroken son....Semper fi."

Son of CPL John Guthrie
- Ben

"I am without words today. After a beautiful ceremony at the grave we came home to this in the mail. Richard ran the Marine Corps Marathon, the most special of them all in honor of Dane Michael. Richard sent us a beautiful heartfelt letter and his medal in honor of Dane for finishing the marathon. Thank you Richard and 22 Too Many from the bottom of our hearts."

- Dane's Mother

Honoring the Fallen

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Honor Our Heroes in an Event Local to You!