Wounded Warrior Outdoors

Wounded Warrior Outdoors, Inc. is a non-profit organization exclusively founded to provide wounded servicemen and women with therapeutic outdoor adventures across North America. WWO gives deserving Active Duty Warriors in transition the opportunity of a lifetime in the wilderness location of their choice. We call them “Adventures Enabled.” Their adventure could take them bear hunting in the mountains of British Columbia, Canada, on alligator hunts or fishing excursions in the Gulf Coast region of Florida or deer hunting in Texas. During their experience, they will participate in therapeutic activities such as backpacking, trail expeditions and numerous social interactions.

Wounded Warrior Outdoors provides this all-inclusive adventure at absolutely no cost to the servicemen and women, their families or the government. Transportation, lodging, meals and documentation of the adventure is provided free of charge. It is because of this arrangement that Wounded Warrior Outdoors relies entirely on private donations. Administration, general offices and personnel services are donated.

In order to maintain this highly effective organization, we need the support of private individuals and corporations. At Wounded Warrior Outdoors, over ninety percent of all donations directly benefit these Active Duty Warriors in transition.

Fifty wounded, but active, members of the military are selected to participate each year. Our host facilities are of the highest quality and offer all the comforts of home. WWO also provides complete outfitting including gear, clothing and field transport. Even taxidermy services are provided at no charge.

Most important to the program, Active Duty Warriors in transition are provided with all the accessibility and equipment necessary to make it an adventure that is truly memorable and one in which they can participate fully. No matter the individual’s disability, our focus in on ability and making sure their adventure becomes the memory of a lifetime.

All military branches have participated in our program and we have many relationships with military hospitals that help us facilitate our programs.

Wounded Heroes Hunting Camp

A Service for Our Military Service Members

Offering our wounded veterans the opportunity to get outdoors and enjoy a hunting or fishing trip with all expenses paid, our group focuses on uniting fellow Wounded Heroes on our outdoor adventures. On our trips, our Heroes create memories and friendships that will last a lifetime. Wounded Heroes Hunting Camp is here for our Heroes, and we hope that you will share in our passion and commitment to do what we can for the brave men and women who have sacrificed to protect our freedoms. We believe that healing begins on the hunt! ​​

Veterans Outdoors Adventures

We are a Non-Profit 501c3 Organization started up by 2 Former Active Duty Members of The United States Armed Forces, a Former Peace Officer and a EMT. We wanted to create an opportunity to Veterans in North Dakota, and being majority of our Sponsors are with in the State of North Dakota, it awards us an opportunity to give back to them with Sponsors notification at our events and on our hunts with their logos on our T-Shirts, and Banners.

We want to support these Veterans with other Avenues to deal with “After Active Service” issues, give them an outlet to get in the outdoors and heal, find another Veteran that can relate and bond with. Offer help to other Veteran Spouses who deal with the very same issue’s as we do. Help to decrease the Suicide rate with in the Veterans after being released from active service.

We also want to give back to the community that gives to us, by inviting a North Dakota Peace Officer, Firefighter, and First Responder on our Hunts. Volunteer at a Homeless Shelter, and even make a meal to say thanks to these dedicated people mentioned above… because while we were gone defending our country they stayed back and protected our Family’s and Communities!

The Outdoor Adventure Foundation

The Outdoor Adventure Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non profit foundation providing hunting and fishing adventures for children and young adults under the age of 25 with cancer or other life threatening illness, also providing adventures for combat disabled veterans under the age of 40 that are wheelchair bound or missing a limb due to active duty service.

Injured Military Wildlife Project of North Dakota

The IMWPND is a group of North Dakota citizens who provide hunting and fishing opportunities to military personnel who have been injured in the line of duty.

The IMWPND provides injured service members and veterans a chance to continue hunting or fishing as they once did. The North Dakota Game and Fish Department provides 10 deer license to be used by our heroes. The IMWPND assist by providing lodging, a place to hunt, travel expenses and assistance before, during and after the hunt.

Fishing Has No Boundaries

To provide recreational fishing opportunities for all anglers with disabilities regardless of their age, race, gender, or disability.

To create public awareness of the problems facing persons with disabilities and the shortfall of recreational opportunities.

To be a resource for information on adaptive fishing equipment and accessibility.

To promote research & development of specialized adaptive equipment and gear to enhance fishing experiences for anglers with disabilities.

To help fulfill the needs of participants for independence, positive self image, and a genuine feeling of accomplishment.

To enhance the lives of participants with camaraderie and lasting friendships through FHNB events across the country.

To provide information to any person with interest in setting up a new chapter or fishing event for anglers with disabilities.

To promote the need for recreation for persons with disabilities in a positive way.

To educate the public regarding the good Fishing Has No Boundaries®, Inc. is doing through pictures, press, and word of mouth.

To have the best angling events (not tournaments) for any person with any type of disability. In this way, all persons with disabilities are able to experience improved health, self esteem, confidence, and independence.

Project Healing Waters

Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc. is dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans through fly fishing and associated activities including education and outings.

Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing (PHWFF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization incorporated in the State of Maryland. PHWFF receives no government funding and is dependent on tax-deductible, charitable donations and the help of numerous volunteers to meet the educational, equipment, transportation, and related needs of its participants.

Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc. strives to effectively serve the deserving past and present members of our armed forces who have made great sacrifices in the service of our nation.

Wheelin’ Sportsmen

The Wheelin’ Sportsmen program began in October 2000 as the NWTF recognized the need to help people with mobility impairments enjoy the outdoors by participating in hunting and shooting sports.

Wheelin’ Sportsmen events provide participants an opportunity they may not be able to have on their own due to the lack of hunting land access, lack of the knowledge of how to return to the field after an injury or lack of necessary assistance.

Oftentimes, the knowledge and experience gained at one of our events allows the participants to continue hunting on their own throughout the year.


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