Arkansas Freedom Fund

What are we are doing for the Veterans of Arkansas ? You know we do outdoor events for Arkansas Veterans. There is a need to keep the life of a veteran active. We do that through recreational / rehabilitative / social outdoor activity. Like fishing, golf and cycling. Now we added Hunting to our program!! We want to help in every aspect of achieving a serviceman’s physical goals after the military. [Read More]

Darby's Warrior Support

The DWS Mission is to provide physically and emotionally injured post 9/11 Special Operations Combat veterans with all-inclusive Arkansas hunting and fishing opportunities in an environment that comforts, encourages and fosters rehabilitation, recovery and transition.

English River Outfitters

We believe there is healing in nature; therefore we emphasize an outdoor experience where veterans can fish, hunt, and hike in the woodlands surrounding our facilities. Veterans with physical disabilities are able to participate fully using our all-terrain wheelchairs. The veterans we serve participate in sporting activities that challenge and empower them, all while immersed in Iowa’s natural, refreshing wilderness.

Freedom Fighter Outdoors

Our goal here at FFO is to raise awareness and seek public aid for needs, services and activities for injured veterans. Our events facilitate injured veterans in assisting each other through teamwork based outdoor recreational activities by providing unique, once in a lifetime outdoor activities. FFO honors and empowers our nations injured service veterans.

Have Alaska

HAVE-Alaska is an Alaska-based organization dedicated to promoting the physical and psychological rehabilitation of American Veterans injured in service to our country through outdoor activities and travel. Our mission is to fund and facilitate activities in Alaska for injured American Veterans, their spouses, and dependents. We provide activities such as fishing, boating, whitewater rafting, hunting, kayaking, flight seeing, snowmobile tours, gold panning, bicycling, cruise vacations, cultural tours, wildlife viewing, National Park tours, dog mushing, skiing, etc. [Read More]

Hope for the Warriors

Hope For The Warriors’ Outdoor Adventures Program provides adaptive opportunities for wounded heroes to participate in sporting activities in the great outdoors. Service members, who previously embraced an outdoorsman lifestyle, as well as those new to traditional outdoor sports, are introduced to recreational opportunities on the road to recovery. Hope For The Warriors created the Outdoor Adventures Program in 2010 to provide adaptive opportunities for wounded heroes to participate in sporting activities in the great outdoors. [Read More]

Hunters Helping Hunters

Mission Statement Hunters Helping Hunters USA is an organization developed to assist families that have had an interruption in the family structure or support. Founded by fellow hunters and outdoorsmen from across the country, Hunters Helping Hunters USA will assist families associated with hunting with medical or funeral costs due to a family member’s death or medical situation. The assistance will help offset the family’s financial burden caused by the cost of such an interruption. [Read More]

Jeep Sullivan's Outdoor Adventures Inc.

Jeep Sullivan’s Outdoor Adventures, Inc. is a 501c-3 non-profit organization enabling people of all ages to enjoy God’s great outdoors. We specialize in offeringour wounded warriors, veteran service men & women, along with our first responders, the ability to ‘relax, refresh and recharge’ while enjoying nature at its best.

KAMO Adventures

We offer hunting and fishing experiences in a safe and supportive environment where veterans can assist each other in the healing process, both mentally and physically. Each experience is unique and we encourage the veterans to focus on their abilities, regardless of their current physical or emotional limitations. We provide education opportunities for veterans and their families through a scholarship fund established at the University of Kansas and the University of Missouri-Kansas City. [Read More]