On April 15, the VA published a Notice of Funding Opportunity in suicide prevention grants totaling $51,750,000. This funding opportunity arises under the Staff Sergeant Parker Gordon Fox Suicide Prevention Grant Program (SSG Fox SPGP), a part of the Commander John Scott Hannon Veterans Mental Health Care Improvement Act of 2019, which became law on October 17, 2020. SSG Fox SPGP honors Parker Gordon Fox, a sniper instructor who died by suicide at the age of 25. These grants will be awarded to community organizations to provide or coordinate suicide prevention services for Veterans at risk for suicide and their families. The VA noted that grants may be prioritized to organizations that(1) have limited access to medical services; (2) are located in rural communities; (3) are located on tribal lands in U.S. territories; (4) are located in areas with a high number or percentage of minority veterans or women veterans; or (5) are located in areas with a high number or percentage of calls to the Veterans Crisis Line. The Notice contains information about the Program, the application process, and the amount of funding available.