Our Partnership with Stop Soldier Suicide
The risk of suicide is 50% higher for veterans than their peers. Witnessing so much loss overseas inspired us to partner with an incredible organization that is committed to preventing continued loss of our heroes on the homefront, Stop Soldier Suicide. This special organization is committed to getting our most at risk veterans the help they need in order to return veteran suicide rates to the national average. We are proud to work together in our fight to stop soldier suicide.
Stop Soldier Suicide was created when veterans realized that getting help was not as easy as it should be. The organization works 1-on-1 with troops, veterans and military families in order to help them find clarity in the programs, services and assistance that are available. Stop Soldier Suicide aims to advocate at-risk veterans to get the help that they deserve by focusing on sharing resources for specific needs while tracking progress.
This video was created to share how important Stop Soldier Suicide's mission is. Working with Stop Soldier Suicide has given us the opportunity to share our common goal in a unique way. We believe that together, with your help, we can stop soldier suicide.
Flags Of Valor is all about service...Past, Present and Future. We were founded on the simple truths that combat veterans deserve opportunity, Made in America matters, and we should never stop giving back. We are far more than a veteran-run business...we are a business that is simply dedicated to serve.
Our team is exceptional and constantly growing. The majority of our craftsman are service-disabled, with significant combat-related injuries. We've created an environment where teamwork is foundational and camaraderie is supreme. We work tirelessly to promote veteran issues and stories of courage.
Flags of Valor will always to Remember, Empower and Employ our Heroes. In the first 3 years of operation, we have:
- Employed over 50 combat veterans
Fulfilled demand for over 67,000 hours of American Veteran Manufacturing Labor
Raised $731,000 for Veteran and First Responder Charities