The following are organizations currently participating in this event. You can participate in person, or from anywhere in the world. We are asking all nonprofits to join us to help eradicate suicides in the military.

To join us, simply e-mail us at globalnightforhope@ifred.org.

The Kristin Brooks Hope Center was founded in April 1998 by Reese Butler after his wife, Kristin Brooks, died by suicide. The KBHC has launched 1.800.SUICIDE, which connects those who are depressed or suicidal to a local certified crisis center. In 2003 KBHC launched 1-877-VET2VET and the www.veteranscall.us which provides peer support online, via telephone or email. Get trained September 9-11 to become an online crisis worker at IMAlive, and support veterans through crisis.
Called “the most trusted stranger in America,” Frank Warren is the sole founder and curator of the PostSecret Project: A collection of nearly 500,000 highly personal and artfully decorated postcards mailed anonymously from around the world, displaying the soulful secrets we never voice. An offer for military personnel to send a postcard to PostSecret, describing their military experience that they have had to hold in their heart in secret for far too long.
Blue Star Families is a non-partisan, non-profit organization, created by real military families. We are committed to supporting one another through the unique challenges of military service and asking the larger civilian population to help as well, connecting military families regardless of rank, branch of service or physical location, and empowering military family members to create the best personal and family life possible for themselves. Join us for the September 10th event at noon to give a voice to the voiceless.
iFred is a 501c3 organization aiming to shed a positive light on depression throughout the world in order to reduce the number of suicides and increase the number needing and receiving treatment from 25% to 100%. Shine your porch yellow on September 10th to bring HOPE to the military.
Founded in 2004 by Cindy McGrew they are patriotic citizens committed to serving our wounded, injured and ill combat veterans. They support Veterans and their families while they recover in military hospitals, by building relationships and identifying and supporting immediate needs and interests. Join us for the September 10th event at noon to give a voice to the voiceless.
Serendipity seeks to create a holistic support system that not only prevents suicide, but also promotes healthier families and communities across both military and civilian communities. It does this by bridging current resources both nationally and locally, empowering survivors and survivor families to find their own voices, holding leadership accountable for changes long overdue, and creating awareness for the public at large. Join us for the September 10th event at noon to give a voice to the voiceless.
Veteran’s Dream Foundation work to fulfill the final dreams of our nations terminally ill veterans. Join us for the September 10th event at noon to give a voice to the voiceless.
VEP Veterans speak in secondary schools, youth programs, colleges, public venues, and at conferences and workshops for human service and education professionals in the Western Massachusetts area. Join us for the September 10th event at noon to give a voice to the voiceless.
The Soldiers Project is a private, non-profit, independent group of volunteer licensed mental health professionals including psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, registered nurses and marriage and family therapists. Join us for the September 10th event at noon to give a voice to the voiceless.
Veterans Advocacy Services Inc. works hard to make sure our Veterans get the help they deserve. Please make a donation today and make a difference in the life of an armed services family. Join us for the September 10th event at noon to give a voice to the voiceless.
The Mommies Network is a 501c(3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping moms find support and friendship in their local community. We started as one chapter and launched as network of chapters in 2005. Now we have about 100 communities across the country and over 25,000 active members. Join us for the September 10th event at noon to give a voice to the voiceless.
NAMI Montgomery County (NAMI MC) is the Montgomery County, Maryland affiliate of National Alliance on Mental Illness which is headquartered in Arlington, Virginia.NAMI MC provides critical free support programs to individuals impacted by mental illness and their families throughout Montgomery County. All NAMI MC services and programs are provided at no cost in both English and Spanish. Join us for the September 10th event at noon to give a voice to the voiceless.
The program went live in 2008. It receives thousands of calls per month from veterans. To date our combined lines have received over 50,000 calls from veterans and their families. The founder Reese Butler testified before the Congressional VA Sub Committee on Health. Join us for the September 10th event at noon to give a voice to the voiceless.
Family Of a Vet was started by the proud wife of an OIF Veteran who suffers from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury). Her family originally planned to be “career” Army. They dearly loved the military, the people who make up its family, and are passionate patriots. Join us for the September 10th event at noon to give a voice to the voiceless.
The Center for Strategic Military Excellence is a private organization that serves as a standalone center to fulfill the needs of veterans, DOD members, and their dependents by providing access to health care, mental health services, education, job placement and special needs housing. Join us for the September 10th event at noon to give a voice to the voiceless.