Project Healing Waters Suspends Program Activities Following National Emergency Declaration

The organization will temporarily suspend program activities and events in light of the ongoing conoravirus pandemic

As COVID-19 drastically affects the world, our country and our community, it is imperative that we protect the most vulnerable members of society. The health and well-being of our volunteers, participants and families continue to be of the utmost importance. Over the last several days, many Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing (PHWFF) programs who partner with Department of Veterans Affairs medical facilities have experienced suspended volunteer activities. With so much uncertainty surrounding us and to prevent further COVID-19 spread in our communities, we are suspending all program activities and events through March 31, 2020 at which time we will reassess the situation.

While we are suspending in-person activities and events, we encourage our programs to stay connected with their participants through phone calls and virtual tools such as Facebook Live and Skype. We will continue to monitor the situation and provide more guidance as appropriate. Together, we will get through this.

Todd Desgrosseilliers
President & Chief Executive Officer
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc.

For well over a decade, Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing has focused on healing those who serve. Thanks to the incredible contributions and understanding of our participants, volunteers, and supporters we will continue bringing our unique brand of therapy to more injured and disabled veterans and active military than ever before.

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