22 Jumps: October 16, 2021, Fayetteville, West Virginia

22 Jumps: October 16, 2021, Fayetteville, West Virginia

22 Jumps: October 16, 2021, New River Gorge Bridge, Fayetteville, West Virginia

Due to the Covid-19 Delta variant, the BASE-jumping events at Bridge Day on October 16—including the 22 Jumps fundraising event—have been cancelled.

We are thrilled to announce that more than $11k has already been raised to advance precision diagnostics and tailored therapeutics for our Veterans.

Thank you to everyone and all the Veterans who had pledged to BASE jump to support our research. Your contributions make a difference!

Tristan has dedicated his time and efforts to 22 Jumps in honor of his brother who took his own life after sustaining a TBI in Iraq while serving in the United States Marine Corps. TBI is a major risk factor for suicide. 22 Jumps supports CVB’s research, with the goal of making TBI more detectable and treatable.

About 22 Jumps

In 2020, Marine Veteran Tristan Wimmer founded 22 Jumps — a series of fundraising events where Veterans and others BASE jump 22 times in a single day to raise awareness and funds in honor of the 22 Veterans and service members who lose their battle to suicide each day. Tristan has dedicated his time and efforts to 22 Jumps in honor of his brother who took his own life after sustaining a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in Iraq while serving in the United States Marine Corps. TBI is a major risk factor for suicide. 22 Jumps supports CVB’s research, with the goal of making TBI more detectable and treatable.

 

How To Get Involved and Make a Difference

Please join the 22 Jumps campaign — as a spectator, sponsor or supporter — for suicide prevention awareness and CVB’s brain trauma research.

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Goal: $2,200 - Current Total: $2,418: $2,200
Learn more about 22 Jumps Events Visit 22Jumps.org

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