INSPIRE. ADAPT. OVERCOME.
PROVIDING RECREATIONAL THERAPY
TO ILL, INJURED AND COMBAT WOUNDED
SERVICE MEMBERS AND VETERANS!
Warfighter Made Helps in Four Main Ways
Warfighter Made helps in 4 main ways:
- We provide Recreational Therapy to service members, veterans, and their families with a fleet of Polaris RZR’s for enjoyment on a private off-road course. Several vehicles are adapted for those with catastrophic injuries. These events improve quality of life, mental health, and bring families together in a fun and positive environment.
- We provide Camaraderie Therapy in our 4,000 sqft. facility to all veterans, from all branches and eras, to work beside other veterans who have walked in their boots and shared similar experiences. This program builds confidence, creates a network of support, improves communication skills, and provides an encouraging environment for veterans to manage stressors related to Post Traumatic Stress.
- We invite ill, injured and combat wounded veterans to participate in Recreational Therapy Retreats. These retreats bring families together in a fun and supportive environment.
- We provide a S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) based educational program for the children of our veterans. Students learn character development traits such as leadership, integrity, responsibility, compassion, respect, and self-discipline. Students learn the importance of respecting the environment, protecting ecosystems and preserving trails and parks for future generations.
Warfighter Made also works with other like-minded nonprofits, businesses and individuals to ensure the veterans get the best experience possible.
All Vets, All Branches, All Eras
GIVING BACK - ANY AMOUNT HELPS!
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Warfighter Made is grateful for the support of our donors.
We would not be able to make a positive impact without your caring generosity. The tax-deductible donations you provide fund a variety of projects and programs with the specific aim of successfully empowering ill, injured and combat wounded service members and veterans and improving their quality of life by keeping them connected to their families, friends, community and the world.