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Meet the Volunteers of the 22 Challenge

Founder / Volunteer

Tip McCurdy

Thanks everyone that contributes, volunteers, donates, rucks, and recognizes the situation we put our veterans in. We couldn’t do it without you!

812-406-9081

812-406-9081

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Logistics & Media Relations

Scott Ham

Anyone can clock in and out. But Scott Ham gets the job done.

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Board Member / Volunteer

Adam Keeler

I wanted to make the world a better place. So I got started and volunteered for the 22 Challenge.

812-225-1951

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Web Developer & Volunteer

Thad Holmes

I speak both client and code.

I’ll interpret your needs and develop agile web solutions, rapidly interfacing your business with the global e-commerce marketplace. I learn to apply a new skill everyday. And I’m here to help!

What can I do for you?

812-697-7813

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Board Member / Volunteer

Michelle Cunningham

As the wife of retired Army SFC Steve Cunningham, mother of two and grandmother to one, member of FOP woman’s auxiliary, and after 21 years (and counting!) working in Social Services, I know my mission here as an Ambassador of 22 Mission and Board Member of 22 Challenge is more important than ever. I volunteered immediately when I realized I could contribute my time and experience where it matters the most:

on the front lines here at home.

812-225-1951

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They were there when we needed them.
Can they count on us when they return home?


If you answered “YES!”, then you are ready for the 22 Challenge.

 

The mission so far is to execute the following at all costs
  1. Raise Awareness
  2. Raise Hope
  3. Lower the Statistic

There are many ways you can help:


  • You can contribute awareness by liking and sharing this page or our event page.

  • You can increase our ability to lobby for improved legislation by purchasing a fashionable fundraiser T-Shirt.

  • You can volunteer to use your own commercial equipment or output, such as printers, for things like small-batch marketing runs, brochures, window clings, and business cards that are just as good as gold.

  • You can donate products as marketing materials for fundraising through resale, raffle, or auction, which draws crowds to our campaigns and brings the situation to the general public to ramp awareness.

  • You can volunteer your time at events with general labor and setup, cleanup, and logistics support.

  • You can show up to our scheduled free public events and show your support by bringing your family and enjoying yourself.

  • You can donate facilities, storage, generators, fuel, port-a-potties, bottled water, or general office equipment which enable us to organize a larger, more-efficient volunteer force and put them in the same place more often.

  • You can donate directly by check or credit card.


You’ve already done so much…

 

…by simply becoming aware of this outrageous issue and taking some time from your busy life to learn more.

 

But if you feel there is more you can do, then you’re not alone.


Join us in achieving our goal of Zero Casualties by contacting one of our volunteer hotlines or through email @ mywarriorskeeper@gmail.com.

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Watch this short video to learn more about what the 22 Challenge is and what the 22challenge.org 501c3 is about and is determined to accomplish in the immediate future.