EST. 2005
912 3rd Avenue NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413-2349
(952) 393-7524


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Our Mission

The Mission Project was founded in 2005 by the disabled widow of Sgt. Douglas Bergerson, in order to honor his memory and military service following his suicide. Her vision to put an end to military suicide through the programs and services we offer. The most important things soldiers need from us is to know they are not alone, that people care and that we are here to help and support them. Doug considered the military his family, and family takes care of each other.

The Mission Project supports our military and its veterans through our programs (aka Missions) and partnerships with other businesses, churches, and organizations that positively help and assist our armed forces. We are committed to mental health, advocacy, reintegration, suicide prevention, camaraderie and fellowship. Our motto is if we all do a little we can accomplish a lot.

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About Us

Our Missions/Programs

The Mission Project operates year round. It’s open to all military regardless of rank or branch of service. The majority of notes and care packages go to service members serving overseas. Exceptions are made for wounded warriors, veterans in nursing homes, and soldiers or veterans suffering from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder).

The Mission Project is a tax-deductible 501(c)(3) charity (#46-2233204). We are a 100% volunteer effort by people who love our military and its veterans. Therefore, all of what we raise goes toward the operation of our programs. We want to make a difference and would appreciate your help.