Trail to Zero

Ride to End Veteran Suicide

DC 9.8.18 & NYC 9.15.18

If you want to learn more about Trail to Zero, you’re in the right place. Explore this site to learn how it started, how to support the ride and to learn about BraveHearts.

History

Beginning in 2017, BraveHearts, a 501c3 nonprofit, took five veterans to NYC to stand against veteran suicide.

Donate

Help support the 2018 Trail to Zero rides. Every donor who donates at least $100 will receive a 2018 commemorative t-shirt.

Gear Up

Support the ride by purchasing a Trail to Zero hat (3 colors!)


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Check us out on Facebook

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Tuesday am breakfast ready in the road  in Pennsylvania. Thanks Purina for getting behind our cause as a corporate sponsor - we know when your slogan says FEEDING GREATNESS it really means just that!
Tuesday am breakfast ready in the road in
20 veterans a day is 20 too many to lose. Find out what BraveHearts is doing to raise awareness and offer a solution.https://www.trailtozero.org�#trailtozero #worldsuicidepreventionday
20 veterans a day is 20 too many to lose. Find
Virginia is for Lovers❤️Last night of the first leg of Trail to Zero. Veteran, Mary, getting some goodnight kisses with Mighty. #trailtozero
Virginia is for Lovers❤️Last night of the
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Our story

With the pilot ride under our belt, The Trail to Zero 2018 ride will be taken to the next level by being able to bring more veterans into two cites to bring awareness to veteran suicide while also helping the veterans on the ride to heal and advance their horsemanship. This ride will bring the overwhelming statistic of 20 veterans committing suicide per 

day to the forefront of Americans’ minds while also helping to educate veterans and Americans about equine assisted services and the benefits that it has as an alternative approach to healing. It is our greatest hope that we may reach at least one veteran who is currently battling suicidal ideologies, letting them know that they are not alone and that equine assisted services may help.