Adopt A Wounded/Disable Veteran
ADOPT A WOUNDED/DISABLED VETERAN CAMPAIGN
Goals: $8500 to reach out to 14 recipients for a free guided excursion
Adaptive Excursions and our new handicap accessible drift boat made by Willie Boats have created a unique opportunity to provide anyone with mobility challenges a safe and exciting river excursion of a lifetime. We believe everyone should enjoy the great outdoors without limitations. We will be taking the new boat and our mission out on a tour of the Northwest.
Our Northwest tour will include stops in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. Each stop will be at or near rivers known for great fishing opportunities and drift boat accessible. We will be reaching out to the local businesses and agencies to assist us in finding a deserving veteran for one of these many free guided excursions.
To help us reach our goal to raise $8500.00, we are asking everyone to be a part of the ADOPT A WOUNDED/DISABLED VETERAN CAMPAIGN. Be a witness to how your contributions affect each adopted veteran and enjoy their experiences through videos, pictures, and testimonials.
Currently, Adaptive Excursions has received cash donations and fishing supplies from various supporters to launch our Northwest tour. We would like to thank following for their cash donations:
Summit Orthotics – Salem Oregon
Taxidermy Plus – Shady Cove Oregon
Patty Rodriguez – Medford Oregon
Allen Early (Brown & Brown Insurance) – Medford Oregon
Curt Evens (Sign Dude) – Medford Oregon
Chris & Sasha Labelle (Summit Beverage) – Medford Oregon
We would like to thank for their fishing supply donations:
Eric & Kim Xtreme NW Baits – Lebanon Oregon
Darren Wardle & Roberta Beene – Eagle Point Oregon
We appreciate all of their continued support.
Adaptive Excursions would like for you to join us in this ADOPT A WOUNDED/DISABLED VETERAN CAMPAIGN, your contributions truly show your belief in our mission. We believe this will change lives beyond our wildest dreams.
Thank you for your support.
Another great story showing Adaptive Excursions and the dream to get physically challenged individuals back on the river.