Wounded Combat Veterans go racing

$3,591 of $10,000 goal

Raised by 27 people in 40 months
My name is Jess Maney, I am a Captain in the U.S. Army currently serving in the Arizona National Guard. I have been in the Army for 16 years and been on 4 deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq. In this time I have had many friends killed and wounded in combat. I was also injured in multiple IED blasts in 2009.

Through my recovery I found passion for helping my fellow injured brothers at arms. While serving in many different veteran organizations that help the recovery of wounded veterans I realized something that all veterans have in common. All these organizations do wonderful things for wounded vets in aspects of therapy and transition back to a civilian lifestyle. But something was missing, after we all have returned back to society and are learning to adapt to life with injuries we all feel that there is something missing, something that doctors do not realize. We all have lost our edge, the excitement and the adrenaline rush. People do not understand that after you've experienced extreme situations in life you crave the excitment forever. When we are forced to reconstruct our lives after our injuries many of us don't have an outlet to feed the rush, to keep our edge. I truly believe that this leads to depression and substance abuse and even suicide. These are all very common things for recovering wounded vets. With injuries such as TBI, PTSD and loss of limbs, veterans do not have the ability or the resources to experience anything extreme and exciting to get their heart pounding once again. 

Our team of Veterans and Patriots look forward to being able to provide an outlet for energy and excitement to help veterans in their transition of surviving the peace after war. 

Thank you for your support,
CPT Jess Maney
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Our new events for our Wounded Veterans:
Vetdrenaline in the Drift!
Vetdrenaline in the Drift!
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Fundraiser for Vetdrenaline racing. A nonprofit (501c3) that uses the adrenaline from Motorsports to help out combat Veterans fight Suicide, PTSD, Anxiety, and. Depression.
Fund Raise $300 and you get your seat riding shotgun in Drift Race Car!
Donations: just click the donate button on our FB page or website, or can be sent to
Vetdrenaline
1501 East Baseline Rd
Gilbert, Arizona 85233

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Thank you to all that donated to make an amazing experience possible for our Drift racing event with 4 Amazing Veterans!
Our mission is just getting started... we already are working on fundraising for our next Veteran!
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Jess
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Raised by 27 people in 40 months
Created February 16, 2015
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$100
Rick Ostiller
2 months ago

Please accept this donation in memory of William Cavin of Arizona.

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2 months ago
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Rick Barrick
3 months ago

Happy birthday to me and hope to help put a vet into a ride of their life with Vetdrenaline Racing.

YFit Maney
25 months ago

Bluewater Desert Challenge 2016!!

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