Veterans Help Foundation of Wyoming was started in 2019 by veterans that were tired of watching our Military Veterans struggle with suicide and domestic violence. We made a decision that by using the many tools Wyoming has to offer, we would start offering opportunities for veterans to reconnect with other veterans by using the outdoors. Whether camping, fishing, hiking, or hunting, we want to help.
Heroes’ Harvests is a 501(c)(3) whose mission is to provide our Nation’s service members, to include active duty military members, reserve, national guard, veterans, and Gold Star families, a dynamic therapeutic environment through exclusive hunting, fishing, and outdoor experiences. We also directly support our community members, in conjunction with outfitters across different states, for transitioning service members who seek a career in the outdoor industry.
GY6 GUIDES is a non profit guide service in western Wyoming for disabled veterans and disabled civilians. The company is small and just starting out so as of right now we offer mule deer and elk guides for disabled veterans and disabled civilians. With proper notification and planning we will offer some antelope guides as well. We are a registered 501(c)3 non profit organization in the state of Wyoming. Since we are small and just starting out I would greatly appreciate any and all help promoting this business.
H.D. Outdoors of Wyoming is a nonprofit organization located in Casper that is dedicated to HONORING our disabled veterans for their DUTY in the great outdoors.
We offer a 100% all inclusive experience for each and every disabled veteran that comes our way.
Wyoming Disabled Hunters is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded by Wyoming residents who have a personal connection with physically challenged hunters.
Our mission is to make a difference in someone’s life providing an affordable hunt.
WDH provides room and board for all our hunters. The only out of pocket cost would be round trip expenditures to Wyoming and purchasing a hunting license. WDH can help with these expenditures for hunters that qualify for financial assistance per our guidelines. Ask for a Financial Assistance form when requesting information about the hunts we offer or download the form and send it with your application for a hunt. Applicants who are 70% service related disabled veterans are eligible to get their license donated to them. This option has also been opened up to civilians in a wheel chair. This is an option for all 3 species we hunt. Non veterans and non wheelchair bound hunters can apply to WDH and buy for their license after being drawn to hunt with WDH.
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.
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!
Wild Warrior Adventure (WWA) exists to encourage those who have served / continue to serve in the U.S. Armed Forces, have risked their lives to defend our freedom and have sustained wounds, including the invisible wounds of combat operational stress injuries, and the stress of the rigors of military service.
We serve our Warriors and their families through providing spiritual outdoor adventures in exceptional environments, away from the distractions of daily life, to find freedom from bondage, to build emotional and spiritual resiliency, and to lead healthy, God-centered lives.
Wild Warrior Adventure partners with various military organizations and commands such as Military Chaplaincy, Veteran’s Administration Staff, The Master’s Program, other Veteran Service Organizations, and our Alumni to identify Veterans and Service Members who would benefit from the WWA Adventure.
Through the generous support of individuals, organizations, and corporations, we are able to fund the transport of attendees to our outdoor adventure locations where they will be housed, fed (physically, emotionally and spiritually), and treated like VIPs. As Alumni of WWA, they will always be a part of our family as we continue to offer aftercare programs and opportunities for ongoing fellowship.
It has been proven that the adventure of fly fishing and outdoor activities, great food, hospitality, and fellowship around the fire can create an environment where significant conversations take place. These intentional experiences and conversations lead to healing, freedom, and a renewed hope. This creates the environment and bond that allow our Alumni to return home, encouraged to serve their families, communities, and fellow Veterans and Service Members.