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Your participation in the movement to recognize suicide in fire, support the families in the aftermath and openly sharing your support, you are on the front line of change. Your leadership will not go unnoticed by the firefighter community.
Red H.E.L.P. is proud to work with organizations willing to boldly step forward and speak at a time when it is most needed.
Why Become A Partner/Sponsor?
- Honoring – Your support will help honor the service of the men and women who served their community and support their families in the aftermath.
Educating – We are able to provide training, awareness and data when and where it is needed.
Leading – At a time when officers need support, you are lending your name to theirs and standing beside them while they seek assistance.
Preventing – Everything we do, with your assistance, saves lives. We will never be able to quantify our impact, but your support increases our footprint every moment.
Unique, one of a kind, handmade pottery. All work is hand-sculpted or wheel-thrown in our home studio. We specialize in coffee mugs, wine cups, spoon rests, soap dishes, & pet urns. Remember, 20% of profits from Blue Line Series will be donated to @bluehelple for suicide prevention and family support services for Law Enforcement families.
Freedom Fatigues is a small, veteran (USAF) and LEO owned and operated outfit located just outside of Detroit, MI that’s dedicated to producing unapologetically patriotic apparel and accessories. Born from a love for our country and a desire to serve, Freedom Fatigues is the means by which they support our fellow veterans and first responders. Their mission is to bring awareness to cumulative PTSD and hero suicide, and to give back to nonprofits committed to the same.
Honor and Respect
Current Marion Police Officer and U.S. Air Force veteran Ron Slagle prayed about how he and his family could help first responders and military personnel with the current mental health crisis. Their goal is to help organizations that share our mission in helping our nations heroes make their mental health a priority. This is bigger than a shoe, it’s a passion to serve the people who have served all of us. Enter Blue H.E.L.P. in your cart comments and Blue H.E.L.P. will receive $5 per shoe and Monochrome Documentary.
Thinline Anthem is a Vitamin & Supplement brand created specifically for First Responders, by First Responders. They not only creates products with you in mind, but they also give back to non-profit organizations that focus on you, our First Responders.
American Business Inc., located in Fresno, CA, is owned and operated by two corrections officers providing mobile auto detailing and solar panel cleaning . American Business has chosen Blue HELP to receive 20% of all proceeds for the services that they offer. Please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or 559-977-3144.
Tomahawk Seasoning Co
Here at Tomahawk Seasoning Co. we set ourselves apart from the rest of the seasoning industry by dedicating our work to the men and women in blue who lost their battle with their own demons. As I sit here today over 1,100 police officers have committed suicide, leaving a strenuous amount of emotional pain and suffering to their loved ones. Having known many officers that have suffered from emotional injuries, and even some admitting to almost ending it all, I felt that there was a cause at hand that I could contribute to, a portion of all sales will be donated to Blue H.E.L.P.
Just Wingin' It
Real life backyard BBQ videos, recipes, and techniques… Kids, dogs, and unexpected life stuff included! Just Wingin’ It has just partnered with Tomahawk Seasoning who donates a portion of sales to Blue H.E.L.P.
First In Apparel
First In Apparel is a clothing company focused on our Nation’s first responders. We bring hope, support, and motivation to professionals that the world often over looks but can’t live without!
Hope Honor Heal
Hope Honor Heal is dedicated to healing trauma and repairing the relationship between law enforcement and communities.