On average 22 American Veterans (both men and women) take their life every day…

Rumshock Veterans Foundation is partnering with Towns4Troops to raise awareness for our Veteran/Military.  The goal of these events is to have YOU enter the 11-day challenge of 22,000 cumulative steps to remember our veterans.

For 11 days, starting November 11th (Veterans Day), we are asking you to join us in dedicating 2,000 cumulative steps (2,000 steps a day, avg. 20 minutes a day) for our Veterans.

Join us for the launch November 11, 2020 at CVS Field, 123 Windermere Avenue, Greenwood Lake, NY 10925 at 4:00 p.m!

Please post your videos of your creative steps to Instagram>> #RumshockVF

Note: Prizes will be awarded to 1) the student with the highest number sponsors; and 2) to the person with the most creative way of generating steps! 100% of all proceeds are donated to organizations active in veterans suicide prevention.

Speakers: (L to R): Greenwood Lake Mayor Jesse Dwyer; Greenwood Lake Attorney, John L. Buckheit, Esq.; Larry Neuman, Program Coordinator Vet2Vet; Karl Brabenec, NY State Assembly; NY State Senator, Jen Metzger; and Greenwood Lake VFW Commander, JoseMorales.

Several prominent speakers from the Hudson Valley address the importance of veterans suicide during the Rumshock Veterans Foundation 22Awareness program held in Greenwood Lake, NY, on Nov 11, 2020 Veterans Day. You can learn more by clicking on rumshockcvf.org/22awareness. First speaker: John Buckheit, Esq; Larry Neumann, Vet2Vet Orange County; Karl Brabenec, NY Assembly; Jen Metzger, NY State Senator; Jose Morales, Greenwood Lake VFW Commander.

Towns for Troops Event: Not seen in the photos is the Fire Dept. presence, Motorcycle club, Guests and Volunteers.

Towns for Troops 22 Awareness
Towns for Troops 22 Awareness
Towns for Troops 22 Awareness