AAA Bail Bonds is proud to give back to its community and dedicated agents. When owner Rick learned of Wrestling 4 Life, a non-profit organization dedicated to suicide prevention and crisis control for first responders, he knew he wanted to offer support. Working in a field closely related to first responders, AAA and its team have felt the stress and weight of these crucial roles.
Wrestling4Life works to provide public servants such as police officers, firefighters, EMS, correction officers, and Veterans, with a Life Coin to remind them support is just a call away. Wrestling4Life also assists in training seminars, peer recovery, and support groups.
For founder Carol Castle, this is now a life mission. When her son Maury, a firefighter, took his own life two years ago, she was astonished to learn that suicide rates among first responders were more than double the national average. She has worked tirelessly to increase public awareness on this issue and provide Life Coin’s to departments in need.
Wrestling 4 Life coins are eye catching and weighted, with a visible, secured Safe Call line phone number for first responders to use in times of need. When in crisis, often all people need is a lifeline and someone to listen. These coins are designed to be carried as a constant reminder there is someone available to talk. Safe Call centers are anonymous and attendants receiving phone calls have prior experience as a public servant. Wrestling4Life hopes to get a Life Coin for every first responder in the USA and Canada.
In December, AAA joined a coordinated effort to donate a Life Coin to each member of the Wright County Sheriff’s Department, Buffalo Police and Fire Departments. In January, AAA also sponsored the Maple Lake Fire Department. AAA is proud to support all first responders and raise awareness on this unique program. To learn more about Wrestling4Life, visit their website. Learn more on how to donate, adopt a cop, or order any Life Coins for a first responder in your life.