A 501(c)3 Organization
Able Nation supports churches, schools and civic groups, in material and training, for the purpose of increasing safety and security.
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Attacks on our nation’s children are on the rise…
Someone should do something.
That someone is you.
If you are like me, you notice security shortfalls. I see them everywhere, every day. The hardest ones to see in my daily life, are the ones that involve my children. Neil Pinkham and I stepped forward and began to work with the staff of my children’s school. We quickly realized that the time, equipment, and training necessary to effectively make a difference was too much for us to accommodate or fund individually. Upon sharing this reality, we found that many others identify this problem and are willing to come together to meet it head on.
Since the inception of Able Nation, we have raised over $76,000 which has allowed us to make a difference and potentially save lives through training scholarships (36 people trained from schools and churches), and emergency response equipment purchases (42 North American Rescue Community Response Trauma Packs, and 6 protective vests have been disseminated nationally to churches, and schools!) And we just getting started…
Our nation’s children are being targeted. I will not shake a fist at the TV while saying “someone should do something”… That someone is you.
Will you please join us in this noble mission?
Together, we can make a difference.
-Able Nation, Co-Founder/Board Member
-Veteran U.S. Navy SEAL,
-CEO of Duty To Act, LLC
-Founder of the Able Shepherd Training Program.
Ensuring security teams are properly trained and equipped is a difficult and costly endeavor, especially to church’s and non-profits. Able Nation is a tremendous non-profit that helped my church, Grace Chapel, receive the training it needed through the Able Shepherd program. With the help of Able Nation, we were able to send a large number of people in my Security Team through the POP class with Able Shepherd. We are extremely thankful for the help they have given.