DRIVING IT HOME 

SHORT VIDEO REMINDERS OF WHY VETERAN FAMILIES NEED YOUR HELP

There are so many issues at play before and after a soldier or veteran kills himself. Here’s our Founder Dave Barbush uses his drive time to drive home some of the most pressing issues that Once a Soldier hopes to meet. 

DRIVING HOME THE POINT: Soldier suicide is a misnomer. Veterans account for 12-14 of the 20 daily suicides.

DRIVING HOME THE POINT: Having lost a breadwinner, father and husband, our Veteran families need your financial help.

DRIVING HOME THE POINT: Once a Soldier was the first and still the only charity dedicated to these families.

DRIVING HOME THE POINT: Veteran families of suicide needs emotional support for PTSD just like their lost loved ones.

DRIVING HOME THE POINT: New VA Suicide report officially drops “soldier suicide” numbers. 17 veteran suicides/day.

Lift the Burden of Veteran Suicide

 Your $20 gift helps pay off the family’s funeral bills. Not all families need help. Ours do.

Veteran Still Not Buried Needs Help Today

Michael G. Forsting

Chad M. Forsting, father of 4, committed suicide 10 months ago. He served in Afghanistan.
They are $600 away from what they need to finally put the veteran to rest.

Donate here.