Honoring Scott's Legacy To promote suicide prevention
and mental health awareness.
The Scott Sipple Foundation Story
After the tragic loss of Scott Sipple a group of his friends started looking for a way to honor his legacy of giving, unselfishness, compassion, community involvement, patriotism and sporting spirit. We also wanted to raise awareness around mental health, and the thing that took him from us, suicide. Thus the Scott Sipple Foundation was created!
The Scott Sipple foundation raises money through various events which is then distributed throughout our community. This money goes to organizations that promote education and the conversation around mental health and suicide prevention. In addition we also financially support groups that help veterans, youth sports, Scott's love of the outdoors and many other things that help promote healthy communities.
Our goal was to make something positive come from Scott's death. Our hope is that through our efforts we can make resources available for anyone in crisis, and also better the communities in and around central Pennsylvania.
Scott and his parents set the bar in the area of educating youth on firearm safety and use. Funds from the Foundation allow us to carry on that important work.
Bill and Jana Peters, Volunteer Leaders
Tussey Mtn Jr. 4-H Club
Jana Marie Foundation is so grateful for the ongoing support from the Scott Sipple Foundation. Because of their generosity, Jana Marie Foundation has been able to dramatically expand our suicide prevention efforts through evidence-based trainings.
Marisa Vicere, President / Founder
Jana Marie Foundation
It has been an honor to work with the Scott Sipple Foundation on habitat work in central PA. We are accomplishing habitat improvement for grouse and woodcock across some of the same ground that Scott, and many of you, may have traversed over the years.
Benjamin C. Jones, President and CEO
The money that the Scott Sipple Foundation provided allowed for LSF to host a veteran retreat and help several former military members begin their recovery process. We cannot thank SSF enough for their generous donation!
Abigail G. Orth, C/Col, AFROTC
Force Support Flight Commander
The contribution Centre Helps received from the Scott Sipple Foundation allowed us to formalize and maintain our partnership with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline as well as provide additional training to our hotline staff.
Leanne Lenz, Executive Director