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More than 25 cultural influencers and 60 U.S. Mayors joined the coalition of best-in-class organizations and activists pledging to “Wear Orange” – a color that symbolizes the value of human life – on June 2nd, the first-annual National Gun Violence Awareness Day.  SAVE is proud to be part of this movement. Join us on June 2nd in #wearingorange                                  PRESS RELEASE

 There are a few simple ways for you to participate, including:

  • Pledge – With just one click, raise your hand and pledge to Wear Orange on National Gun Violence Awareness Day
  • Spread – One of the key ways to help spread the word and raise the voices of everyday Americans will be through online dedications. Share your "orange" messages: “I’m #WearingOrange…”
    • “because I love Detroit – and we deserve better.”
    • “in honor of my beloved son Doug”  
    • “because I’m a hunter, and I know gun safety saves lives”
    • “for my newborn baby girl”
  • WearOn June 2ndsomething orange, take an Orange selfie and share it via social media with the hashtag #wearingorange


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Named Memorial

A SAVE Named Memorial is a memorial established to honor and/or remember someone who has lost his or her life through suicide. You can establish a SAVE Named Memorial in remembrance of a loved one or a very special friend. 

This lasting legacy can be designated to a specific SAVE purpose and insures that critical SAVE programs will continue to be financially supported. Gifts can continually be added to an established Named Memorial. A letter will be sent informing the person or family of the gift to the fund.

Visit SAVE's Name Memorial Page HERE





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Senator Coburn's Vote

SAVE issues a statement in response to Senator Coburn’s vote against veteran suicide prevention, click here to read the statement.







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Save. Suicide Awareness Voices of Education

If you are in a suicide crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255