Chairbound Hunters of Wyoming

Chairbound Hunters is a small group of people committed to help give the chair bound hunter the opportunity to experience quality hunting in beautiful southeast Wyoming Our reward is seeing the enjoyment our clients receive Chairbound Hunters is a non-profit organization designed exclusively for persons who are wheelchair-bound, blind or terminally ill These persons are taken out to hunt antelope, deer, elk and/or turkey by one of our board members or a qualified helper We have hunters come from all over the United States For now, our hunters have to buy their own hunting licenses, but the organization would eventually like to have scholarships for those who cannot afford to buy a hunting license. [Read More]

Hero Expeditions

At Hero Expeditions we organize outdoor adventures for military service members, veterans and first responders. HEX was founded on the belief that giving back to those that have selflessly sacrificed for all of us is simply the right thing to do.

Our Goal

Organize events that provide an atmosphere of camaraderie and fellowship among our participants.

Our Mission

Help create meaningful relationships that improve morale and promote healing.

Honoring Our Veterans

fly-fishing, white-water rafting, paddling sports/therapy, horseback riding, wildlife tours, Yellowstone and Grand Teton Park tours, scenic rafting on the Snake River, Barbecue dinners and campfire chats with staff, rehabilitation professionals, and local residents. The veterans have found that these activities and the associated socialinteraction have helped them re-integrate into society more easily.

Hunting with Heroes Wyoming

At Hunting with Heroes Wyoming, it’s our mission to give back to our nations disabled veterans by honoring them with unique hunting, fishing and other outdoor experiences.

We offer a progressive healing environment where disabled veterans are welcome and supported – a community where they can discover hope again, no matter what battles they continue to fight physically or emotionally.

Hunting with Heroes was founded by veterans for veterans.

Operation Pay It Forward

To show our appreciation for our fighting veterans by connecting them with others that share the same passions and are willing to get them into the outdoors and enjoying life again. We challenge all of the veterans that participate to “Pay It Forward” by spreading the word to their brothers and sisters that need help or could use some time in the outdoors to re-focus their minds on the important things in life! [Read More]

Platte Rivers Veterans Fly Fishing

Platte Rivers Veterans Fly Fishing was founded in 2011 and has been growing ever since, touching the lives of veterans and promoting the healing powers of water. Platte Rivers Veterans Fly Fishing is a register 501(c)(3) non-profit organization incorporated in the State of Wyoming and the State of Colorado. Our Board manages programs in Cheyenne, and Laramie, Wyoming; as well as Loveland, Greeley and Fort Collins, Colorado.

Project Healing Waters

Mission Statement 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. [Read More]

Rivers of Recovery

Rivers of Recovery is dedicated to providing rehabilitation to physically and psychologically injured combat veterans through innovative, outdoor-based therapies and pioneering research. We strive to provide our participants with therapeutic programs which result in measurable and sustainable improvement.

Our programs are designed to re-enable and re-energize participants and provide the support and self-confidence necessary to maximize long-term recovery

Rocky Mountain Heroes Foundation

Rocky Mountain Heroes Foundation’s mission is to help disabled US military veterans and their children (families) based in the Rocky Mountain states to reintegrate into civilian life by building a sense of community, camaraderie, and self-confidence. The program engages in volunteer and outreach events to build connections between our members, their families, and our communities. We use hunting and fishing adventures to build family connections and provide therapy to our members. [Read More]

Wheelin' Sportsmen (NWTF Sponsored)

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. [Read More]