Veteran Suicide Awareness Weekend!
If you don't Golf than lets Ride! If you don't ride than Golf! Neither? Than come out and hang out for lunch after golf or meet us at one of the many stops during the ride.
Goal with expanding to include the Ride: Reach more people to spread the word on suicide awareness! You will not want to miss out on this weekend!
NEW! 1st Annual Veteran Suicide Awareness Ride
August 31, 2019 - Start at Metro Harley Davidson in Cedar Rapids
In addition to the golf outing we are partnering with Metro Harley-Davidson Suzuki Can-Am in Cedar Rapids, IA.
3rd Annual 22Kill Golf Outing - In memory of SSG Jason Wilcox
September 1, 2019 - Airport National Golf Course
Become a sponsor, donate or regiser to be a golfer today! All net proceeds will be donated directly to 22Kill veteran empowerment programs created and administered by 22KILL for veterans and their families. 22KILL works to raise awareness to the veteran suicide epidemic that is plaguing our country, and educate the public on PTS and other mental health issues. The mission of 22Kill is exactly what SSG Jason Wilcox believed and fought to give the veterans and warriors he worked with.
Last year we packed the golf course and raised $9,000!! Don't miss out on a chance to be a part of this amazing experience.
About SSG Jason Wilcox
Jason grew up in Solon, IA where he varsity lettered in Football, Basketball, Track and Baseball. Jason loved to play golf, ski and hike.
Jason joined the Army after he had gone to college for almost 2 years. He was stationed with the 10th Mountain Division at Fort Drum, and they deployed to Bermel, Afghanistan from January 2006 to May 2007. Upon his return he was stationed at Fort Carson with the 4th ID. He was unable to deploy due to several shoulder and back surgeries and was given the opportunity to work with the Warrior Transition Battalion as a Squad Leader. He managed a team of 10-12 wounded warriors assigned specially for complex medical care. He then was assigned a position as a Contract Specialist (DoD Initiative for Wounded Warriors) at Petersen AFB. All the while he was also completing his BA degree in Business Administration.
Unable to be deployed, he decided that he would be medically discharged from the Army. This was a very tough decision for him because he loved being in the Army. He wanted to still be working for the soldiers he so dearly loved. He was offered a position as a Recovery Care Coordinator for the US Army as a consultant of MANCON. As a AW2 Advocate, Jason was a coordinator for recovery plans for up to 65 soldiers - he helped them navigate through their medical transition. Jason worked with soldiers and veterans by helping them locate adequate housing, jobs, assistance with grants, assistance with VA healthcare, and he provided them the knowledge of their entitled benefits. He loved what he could do for these warriors and veterans. Jason worked diligently to make sure they had what they needed and the resources. Jason was well respected by his peers and Commanding Officers. Shared by his mother, Janeen