Band of Brothers Outdoors

Band of Brothers Outdoors is a 501(c)(3) charitable non profit that was started and founded by three Military Veterans with one mission in mind… “To get our Veterans and Active duty members outdoors to experience the benefits of Recreational Therapy!”. Whether it be Kayaking, Mushrooming, Hiking, Snow Shoeing, Hunting or Fishing, Band of Brothers Outdoors is committed to helping our veterans and active duty service members get back outdoors

Charlie's Hero Hunt

What is Charlie’s Hereos Hunt and Great Outdoor day It is a day of camaraderie… A day just for you… A day of reconnecting… Whichincludes a full breakfast, snacks & lunch; ammunition (12 GA only); mixed bird hunt - Trap shoot and so much more… Guides and Dogs are supplied!!

Fishing for Life

Fishing For Life has numerous programs and events through which we reach out to youth and families in our community. Each of our programs have been carefully designed to be a positive experience for you, whether the the event is large or small. Examples of our events include: Holes for Heroes, Lake Events (our summer and winter lake fishing events), High C’sFishing Camps for youth, Fish Fair, our Military R&R ministry to wounded warriors and their families, and our Deep C’s Men’s Club. [Read More]

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. [Read More]

Fishing with Vets

Fishing with Vets is a non-profit organization with a mission to provide veterans, both active and retired, with an opportunity to fish some of the mid-west’s premier fishing destinations. The veterans are paired up with guides who are some of Midwest’s best fishermen/women. The main goal of our events is to create life-long memories and friendships for our veterans. To Those Who Served : To Those Still Serving

Freedom Fishing Foundation

We know it can feel lonely, but you’re not alone. We’re here to help you ride out the storm. We are here to help vets and their families reconnect with nature and other people. It is SO much more than fishing. Fishing is a tool. A favorite tool. One that we’ve found works well over the years. If you’re a vet who’s struggling or know of one, or a family member of a vet, please apply to attend one of our fishing excursions. [Read More]

Hometown Hero Outdoors

Hometown Hero Outdoors is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to facilitating outdoor adventures for actively serving military, military veterans, and licensed law enforcement officers. These adventures include hunting, fishing, backpacking, foraging, camping, snowmobiling, and so much more. Our primary goal is to assist these individuals as they begin healing and building healthy relationships within the community by: Encouraging them to get up and get moving. Connecting them with likeminded individuals. Allowing them to explore and be adventurous in a safe setting. [Read More]

Let's Go Fishing

Let’s Go Fishing has developed its mission over time. Early on we felt that we best served our communities by focusing on the camaraderie of bringing older adults on fishing trips, sharing the fun of the catch. As our organization developed, we came to realize that by reaching out to older adults, veterans and the disabled, we not only were able to bring fun but simply by bringing people to nature we were contributing to their health and well being. [Read More]

Midwest Outdoors Unlimited

Our mission is to provide outdoor recreational activities for Disabled American Veterans, disabled individuals and disabled youth in Minnesota. Because of their disabilities, the individuals and groups that we help don’t have enough funds, volunteers or help to do these things. Often times these handicapped people, who are family, friends, and neighbors, do not have the opportunity to do many of the activities that others enjoy. Our goal is to help them to enjoy these actives that people who don’t have disabilities enjoy and to improve their quality of life, to help them feel they are not forgotten. [Read More]