Each year we are amazed at the number of videos that beautifully highlight stories born from our unique kind of therapy and the work being done by our volunteers across the country. This past year was no different and we are honored to share just a few of our favorites from 2018 with you below.
As we enter the new year, we want to thank you for supporting Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing. Thanks to our dedicated cadre of volunteers and supporters over 8,500 disabled veterans were served by our exceptional fly fishing programs in 2018 alone! On behalf of those disabled veteran participants, thank you for helping us provide each of them with the support they need on their journey towards physical and emotional recovery.
But our work continues in 2019! With over 3.8 million disabled veterans nationwide your support remains essential to our continued success. Together we can meet our goal of expanding our program services to an additional 1,200 injured and disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans nationwide in 2019. As we reflect on all that we have done in 2018, we are reminded that none of what we accomplished could have been done without you.
This beautiful short film from Shell Rotella is a part of their UnSung film series that celebrates hard working individuals. Filmed over a few days with Clear Path for Veterans,, the film highlights Vietnam veteran Ed Veaudry and the Syracuse, NY Program of Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing as they work together to bring our unique form of therapy to disabled veterans in their community.
This short video from Fly Lords and Backroad Creative features SSG (ret) Wesley Hodges, U.S. Army. Wes is longtime member of the PHWFF family and its a thrill to see his passion for fly fishing, guiding and volunteerism highlighted in this tremendous short video.
Filmed by Alan Yankosky, this powerful video highlights a very special annual event and the patriotic community who rallies around it each year.
USMC veteran Brad Heun of our Knoxville, TN Program shares his story as part of the upcoming #VetsComingHome series on East Tennessee PBS in this powerful short clip produced by Land Grant Films.
This great short video from Altitude Sports beautifully captures the essence of The Battle at Boxwood, our cause and the disabled veterans who benefit from our programs.
For eight years and counting, BLM Alaska hosts an annual Project Healing Waters event at the Delta Wild and Scenic River and Tangle Lakes area. The BLM partners with Project Healing Waters Alaska by providing boat transport to participants and the Wrangell Institute of Science and Environment prepares meals for all of the volunteers.
Filmed at the 2nd Annual Broadmoor Invitational on Monday June 10, 2018 this great video highlights our cause, the veterans we serve, and the great charity of Jeppesen.
Carolina Impact on WTVI-PBS Charlotte, NC did an outstanding piece on the Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing Charlotte Program.