For those who were unable to attend the May 8, 2013, Stop Soldier Suicide fundraising event at the Intrepid Museum in New York, Founder and CEO Brian Kinsella gave a passionate and rousing speech about his commitment to helping his fellow brothers and sisters in arms in their greatest
At our recent fundraising event at the Intrepid Museum in New York, we were pleased and honored to have NBC ask if they could interview us and some of the people we have been able to help for a couple segments on MSNBC NOW with Alex Wagner (Click the link to view) and the Today Show (
On Friday, Brian Kinsella, our CEO and Co-Founder, was invited back to The Blaze TV to talk about our truly one-of-a-kind model for helping Soldiers & Veterans get help when they are having suicidal ideations or headed in that direction. You can see the interview here. Our model i
Like any nonprofit, Stop Soldier Suicide needs to raise funds to help our cause. That cause being to help curb the suicides of Soldiers and Veterans. To somehow change the terrible statistics in place today: 1 active-duty Soldier and 22+ Veterans each day, taking their own lives. Thes
In October 2012, Brian Kinsella, CEO and Founder of Stop Soldier Suicide, went to the streets to bring awareness to his cause. Ride For Life was a 5,500-mile journey across America. On this 2-week motorcycle-led convoy, Brian invited others to join him and ride as far as they wanted.
I spent day 15 of the Ride for Life at Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Bloomberg School of Public Health. I met with directors and associate professors from the Departments of Psychiatry, Behavioral Health, and Epidemiology.