Raising Awareness
For Veteran Suicide Prevention

Fighting for those who fought for our country.

Together we will succeed!

Our Mission

Why We Do This.

22 Mohawks is a 501(c)(3) Veteran Charitable Organization helping veterans lead themselves to find purpose. We do this by bringing veterans, their families and the community together through social connection to create a sense of belonging, hosting annual static line parachuting retreats, providing companion dogs through our Pups for Vets Program and teaching Suicide Prevention Classes.

It has been proven that organizations that give dogs to veterans have a 0% suicide rate and studies show that adrenaline producing activities can reduce and even eliminate anxiety and depression in the short term.

In addition to hosting 4 major annual events, we also connect veterans with free financial classes, gym memberships, mental fitness classes, and much more to empower them to overcome the many obstacles they face each day.

We need your support to continue offering our assistance to veterans while expanding our vital services and programs.

Please consider making a donation today.



New York Times

"Suicide Has Been Deadlier Than Combat for the Military"

How bad is veteran suicide?

The Numbers don't lie.

Below are just a few of the countless statistics providing a glimpse into the biggest threat facing our veterans today.

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More than 125,000 veterans have died by suicide since the global war on terror started in 2001. 

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More than 22 veterans die by suicide per day. For perspective, that’s more deaths each year than the total number of American military deaths in Afghanistan and Iraq.


Pentagon figures show the suicide rate for active-duty troops across all service branches rose by over a third in five years, up to 24.8 per 100,000 active-duty members in 2018.

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Get involved

How To Make a difference

There are tons of things you can do to make a positive impact on the lives of service members and their families. That being said, these are some of the biggest ways you can get involved, help end veteran suicide, and show your support for those who put their lives on the line for our country.


At 22Mohawks, you can volunteer as an ambassador for our gun safety course, golf tournament, or parachute jump! If you’re outside of our area, we will help connect you with resources in your area.


Spread the word! Advocacy may seem like a tall order alone, but thankfully we live in the era of social media. Share our content and others like it to help raise  awareness for veteran suicide prevention.


A little goes a long way and can make more of a difference than you know. Continue scrolling to see how your donation make a tangible, direct impact on the lives of service members.

The results

Where Your Donations Go

What happens to the money that you donate? Where does it go? How does it help? All fair questions that we are proud to answer. These are some of the primary services that we offer through your generous donations.

Pups For Vets

22Mohawks provides companion dogs to veterans along with basic obedience training. Since Sept 2021 – Sept 2023 we have paired over 87 veterans with companion dogs at no cost to the veteran


For course inquiries and more information go to our events page.

Mental Health Sessions

Therapy and other vital mental health support systems.

Monthly Financial Classes

Northwestern Mutual partnership classes. For more information go to events page. 

Group Retreats

Week long static line airborne course in Dunnelon Fl.

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Upcoming events

Attend, volunteer at, or support one of our major annual events!

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