Walk The Talk America (WTTA), a non-profit organization designed to bridge the gap between the firearms industry and owners and the mental health industry, is honored to have received a generous donation of $20,000 from Chattanooga Shooting Supplies, Inc. (CSSI) and welcomes them as WTTA’s newest Silver Sponsor.
Bersa, an Argentinean-founded firearms manufacturer, has translated WTTA’s original Mental Health Awareness Flyer into Spanish, allowing the non-profit org to expand its message to the Latino community.
Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. has proudly doubled its donation to Walk the Talk America (WTTA), an organization founded in 2018 by industry veteran Michael Sodini. Through formal education, outreach, and engagement with the mental health and firearms communities, WTTA aspires to reduce firearm suicides and other negative incidents associated with firearms ownership.
For the second consecutive year, Lipsey’s, a leading national shooting sports distributor, donates $10K to help WTTA further its mission to bridge the gap between mental health awareness and the firearms industry.
Walk The Talk America announces the donation of $25,000 from Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc., a leader in American-made firearms for over 70 years.
Mike Sodini and Rob Pincus talk about Walk The Talk America’s journey over the last three years! Join us in a great discussion that highlights WTTA’s top five accomplishments so far and more work ahead.
It’s with a heavy heart that I’m writing this and asking everyone to breathe… AGAIN. I want to get this in before the blame game starts and all the “whatabouts” start making noise. Here are the names of the victims in our two most recent mass shootings.
Vara Safety, the handgun safe made for protection, has joined up with WTTA to help spread WTTA’s message of “Mental Health, it’s ok to talk about it” with a commitment to explore new technologies to help save lives.