Brothers for Veterans

501(c)(3) Non-Profit organization that was started in February 2019 by three brothers; Tyler Flick, Luke Bawel, and Brock Bawel They have a family history of military service, and are passionate about giving back to the people and families of those who served for our country. The bond these brothers share can’t be broken. It is only strengthened by their love of the outdoors, hunting, fishing, and adventure.

C.A.S.T Take a Warrior Fishing

The Take a Warrior Fishing program was established in 2011 and events are designed to support military personnel and their families, specifically targeting persons assigned to Warrior Transition Commands, by creating an adaptive, community-based outdoor recreation experience through the sport of fishing Numerous studies have shown that traumatic events not only affect the psychological structures of the self, but also the attachment and meaning that link individuals and community This program seeks to restore those disconnects Each event will have the capacity to accommodate up to 150 families and brings in numerous community partners. [Read More]

California Waterfowl Association Veteran Hunt Program

The program promotes wellness through outdoor healing and the camaraderie of fellow veterans. Participants have enjoyed hunter education courses, fun shoots, fishing trips and hunts for waterfowl, dove and turkey from the Klamath Basin to the southern San Joaquin Valley. CWA coordinates all hunt details and supplies food and lodging, shotgun shells, guns, jackets, gear bags, duck calls, shirts, hats and more to all participants. Hunts are free and are limited to veterans. [Read More]

Camp Freedom

Camp Freedom is an adventure camp for disabled Veterans & First Responders, their family members, and Gold Star families providing quality hunting, shooting sports, fishing, camping, hiking, biking, and other year round outdoor activities. These activities remove individuals from clinical settings into the healing environment of the outdoors and nature. They also promote the social well-being of the participants through peer to peer interaction, camaraderie, and outdoor adventures. Activities are led by Camp Freedom’s Staff and experienced volunteers. [Read More]

Camp Hope

Allow wounded warriors the opportunity to participate in outdoor activities with dignity - to not think about what they “can’t” do, only to think what they want to do. Soldiers can shoot skeet, hunt turkey and deer, fish, hike, explore the country, or relax around the ever-burning firepit. More than 42,000 Soldiers have been wounded in the War on Terror. Camp Hope is committed to letting them heal through nature. Since 2007, dozens of Soldiers - male and female, representing all branches of the military, from across the country, have experienced, enjoyed, and sought solace at Camp Hope. [Read More]

Camp Patriot

Camp Patriot’s mission: CHALLENGE - CHANGE & LEAD Life Changing Adventures, Mentoring, Veteran Leadership Program Camp Patriot exists to take combat wounded & disabled U.S. Veterans on outdoor adventures. The task is monumental. Today, there are over 2.3 million wounded & disabled veterans in the U.S. The number of disabled men and women veterans is growing with each day, as the “war on terror” continues. The suicide rate for veterans is 22+ per day. [Read More]

Camp Valor Outdoors

Camp Valor Outdoors is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to our military veterans We recognize and honor ill, injured, and wounded disabled veterans and their families through adaptive and competitive activities such as guided fishing, hunting, shooting, archery, 4-wheeling, or just simply relaxing around the campfire All branches of the military services, from any generation, are welcome (to include active duty case by case) We understand the hurdles that veterans and their families face after military service, particularly with injuries and illnesses Warriors are never alone on the battlefield and shouldn’t be alone when they come back home Healing in the great outdoors with Camp Valor Outdoors and reconnecting with fellow warriors is therapeutic and essential to healing. [Read More]

Cape Cod Cares for the Troops

Cape Cod Cares for Our Troops is a non-profit 501(c)(3) all volunteer organization started in 2005 by 12 year old Dylan DeSilva. Dylan wanted to find a way to honor our troops for their service, dedication and sacrifices to our country. With the help of his family and friends he sends care packages to our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan on a weekly basis. In 2008, we added Rocky’s Warriors a program to send canine care packages to our military dogs. [Read More]

Casting Vets

Vision To help all veterans to recover one cast at a time.

Mission To improve the quality of life for all VETERANS.

Value Statement Here at Casting Vets, we see the value in everyone. We want to be a catalyst for positive change, and since our beginnings in 2017, we’ve been driven by the same ideas we initially founded our Non-Profit Organization upon: support, empowerment, and progress.

Catching Dreams LLC

My name is Captain Ned Librock founded Catching Dreams LLC in 2015 to provide free guided fishing trips on Lake Erie, Lake Ontario, and the Niagara River. We work through several partners, [Carly’s Club from Roswell Park Cancer Institute] and [S.E.R.V. Niagara]to provide no charge charters to kids and young adults battling cancer, disabled veterans with PTSD, and those who have served our country in the military. Angling Therapy, or Piscatorial Therapy, provides a unique and relaxing experience for the kids and veterans! [Read More]