Save22

WHAT DO YOU LIKE ABOUT DOING BUSINESS IN OHIO?

The support we are receiving from all levels of government is amazing. Having that small town feel when working throughout the state is also something Ohio should be proud of.  This was also critical to getting House Bill 202 passed which dedicated the first Saturday in May as Veteran Suicide and Prevention Awareness Day, thank you Andy Thompson. 

DESCRIPTION OF BUSINESS:

SAVE22 is a grassroots movement started by Marine veteran, Tom Indorf, in the small farming community of Carrollton, OH. Something formed a spark inside Tom, after speaking with other concerned Veterans, and he decided he wanted to start raising awareness for the 22 Veterans from all branches of the service who are reported to commit suicide every day in this country.  Many arguments have been made about the validity of the exact number; however, at the end of the day, even one Veteran is too many.  

SAVE22 has handed out over 50 Ranger Rolls which are back packs for homeless Veterans. These Ranger Rolls include hygiene packs, sleeping bags, bed roll, thermals, t shirts, socks, gloves, hats, a few MRE's and tent. Save22 has also started fishing trips funded by donations from the family and friends of Matt Calhoun. Save22 is active in the community during sporting events and various functions.


COMPANY STATISTICS:

Location: 700 Glory Road, Carrollton, Ohio 44615, Carroll County
Type of Industry:

Veteran Outreach 

Products/Services:

Suicide Awareness, Veteran Outreach, Ranger Rolls

Number of Current Employees: 13
Year Company Started: 2016
Website: www.Save22.vet

*All information was submitted by the company.