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Team members that volunteered at the event.



Liberty Military Housing team members joined residents and community members earlier this month at Annapolis High School as a sponsor of the fourth annual “22 Miles to Break Boundaries,” an annual running event that raises awareness and funds for the Infinite Hero Foundation, an organization that combats the mental and physical issues facing our military heroes and their families.  

CPT Kyle Butters, USA, Ret. founded the “22 Miles to Break Boundaries” and was inspired to action by some reports indicating that 22 U.S. active-duty personnel and veterans die by suicide each day. Every year, he runs 44 miles in one weekend (22 each day) to honor the two soldiers he personally lost to suicide.  

Over 90 residents and team members participated virtually or attended the event sponsored by Liberty, which included food trucks, music, games, and other family activities, and even a 2.2-mile Hero Run where participants of all ages ran, walked, biked, and more to raise awareness. Among the runners was Philip J. Rizzo, CEO of Liberty, who ran all 44 miles for the second consecutive year and Jonathan Aguilar, Customer Service Representative from Liberty’s Village at Serra Mesa District, alongside CPT Butters in support of those who serve our country.  

A record-breaking $51,300 was raised by the event to support the Infinite Hero Foundation, providing veterans with access to personalized recuperative programs proven to be effective in treating depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBIs), and suicidal ideation.  

At the event, Liberty was also honored with the first Sponsor Coin for supporting the event. Liberty is proud to sponsor and champion this event, and we thank all who supported.  

To learn more about supporting the Infinite Hero Foundation, click here. Most importantly, if you need help, you are not alone. To access the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline, call '988' (press 1 for Veteran Crisis Line) or text 838255. 


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