The Gary Morris Christmas Concert 2015 is coming to 3 locations in Texas – and each performance will benefit our cause and the veterans we serve!
Healing Saturday was a daylong event that raised funds and awareness of our cause, and the injured and disabled veterans we serve, this past November 7th. Great events were held all over the United States at local fly shops bringing friends, old and new, together for a fun day in support of our cause. Due to it's tremendous success this year, we are pleased to announce that planning has begun for the 2nd Annual Healing Saturday in 2016!
A collection of 5 short videos that share the stories of 8 truly inspiring veterans within the PHWFF family. Their stories are beautifully captured and show how community, determination, strength and passion enabled them to overcome the obstacles, heartbreak and challenges they encountered on their journeys.
Recently, the Department of Veterans Affairs announced the awardees of grants that support disabled veterans in adaptive sports. We are honored to announce that we have been selected as beneficiaries
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing is proud to be a founding member of the R4 Alliance, a membership of Programs of Excellence that provide community and therapeutic recreation services to our military family by joining forces to overcome barriers in our industry. The annual R4 Alliance Conference took place on October 21 - 22, 2015 and brought together R4 Alliance leadership, member organizations, and special speakers for a productive few days.
On Saturday, October 21 2015, the Air Power Foundation bestowed their prestigious "Citizen Hero" Award upon PHWFF MidSouth Deputy Regional Coordinator and Program Lead, J. Curtis Boatman. His tireless and passionate efforts supporting our cause and disabled veterans we serve, has made a profound impact upon all within our organization. Join us in congratulating Curtis on this well deserved recognition
When Lefty Kreh travels, he leaves a sea of smiling people in his wake. Whether complete strangers or lifelong friends; Lefty always knows how leverage an arsenal of whit, charm, and humor to make people feel good. It was not surprising then when he approached Ed Nicholson, founder of Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing (PHWFF), with an idea for an event to support veterans.
Fisherman and businessman Bob Rich knows well the transformative power of fishing and has partnered with PROJECT HEALING WATERS FLY FISHING, INC. to help reach disabled veterans and disabled active duty military men and women in all 50 states. He is donating the proceeds from his new novel, LOOKING THROUGH WATER, to the organization to support veterans on their journey to physical, emotional and spiritual health.
Join us on November 7, 2015 for Healing Saturday, a daylong event to raise funds and awareness of our cause and the injured and disabled veterans we serve. Taking place at local fly shops across the country in cooperation with local PHWFF Programs, Healing Saturday will offer special opportunities during the day at each location with a percentage of sales or a monetary donation going to support veterans on their journey to physical, emotional and spiritual health.
The Bighorn River flows for over 450 miles from its origins in Wyoming’s Wind River Range until it meets the Yellowstone River in Montana. The river was named in 1805 by fur trader Francois Larocque for the Bighorn Sheep he encountered along its banks. This past spring and summer, the river played host to veteran participants during three special Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing trips.
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.
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