Mission Zero

We are a global community changing the way the world cares for our military during and after service. Neither government agencies nor community partners alone can tackle the veterans suicide epidemic at the current rate of a life lost every 65 minutes. We lose more than 8k of the 175,000 military men and women who transition each year to civilian life for many reasons and we are here to change that. Our vision is a world based on HOPE, where the mission of our nation’s heroes doesn’t expire with their service.

The personal story of a combat veteran who triumphed over the veteran suicide epidemic as a family, Founder Jose Belen and his family, evolved to the public mission we spearhead today. Since our inception we have worked tirelessly in the fight against antiquated thinking and broken processes attributing to the loss of our servicemen and women to suicide. The change in care for veterans will take more than a donation, sponsorship, discount, or fundraiser.

We empower key stakeholders who have a special connection to our mission and are interested in how the incident will impact them. Our vision is to create relationships with organizations who want to be a part of the solution to save the lives of our nation’s heroes. We believe support should be a two way street that fosters accessibility, influence, accountability and at the very least, an open dialogue.

Our financial supporters are more than funding sources, but rather ambassadors of the mission and champions of our community. This approach means donors are more than funders and therefore have the ability to take an active role in the actions, objectives and policies of the organization so together we can invest in long term change. Our Stakeholders spread across the globe and include individuals and institutions who believe there’s a better way and are working together to challenge the status quo.

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