Operation 22 A Day

Every day in the United States of America 22 veterans commit suicide. That means that there have been more suicides since the 9/11 attacks, than there have been combined deaths in combat from the Korean War all the way through Operation Iraqi Freedom. That number is over 128,000. This trend has to stop.

Charlie 22 Outdoors wants to challenge you to join us in the battle against this epidemic. Operation 22 A Day is our ongoing campaign. It is simple. You donate $22.00 a month to fight against the 22 suicides a day. That is less than .75 cents a day. It totals only $264.00 a year. Your donation will go directly towards the services we provide to our veterans as we have no paid staff and our Board of Directors are all volunteers.

Donating is easy. You can click on the “Donate” link. Or you can use PayPal. Our PayPal address is charlie22outdoors@gmail.com. Another option is to mail us a check. These can be done monthly or a one time amount of $264.00. This is our mailing address:

Charlie 22 Outdoors

1520 Gold Dust Drive

Webb City, MO 64870

Besides being put towards our cause, your donation is tax deductible. We are a 501c3 non-profit organization. In addition to your write off, we will gift to you a t-shirt, hoodie, or hat that bares our logo. Your choice of the three. We will gladly ship it to you upon completion of you donation.

If a financial donation is not an option for you, please support us through prayer. Charlie 22 Outdoors thanks you for your support in this battle.

Operation 22 A Day

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