"To increase self-reliance"
"To bolster self-confidence"
"To instill a sense of belonging"
"To promote healing and wellness"
"To enjoy the outdoors
"To provide outdoor sporting
our Nations' wounded
veterans in order to help their healing
process, welcome them home and repay
a debt of gratitude for the great
sacrifices they have made."
The Potomac Highlands Wounded Warrior Outreach is an all-volunteer group located in Pendleton County, West Virginia formed to provide our nation’s returning Wounded Warriors with wholesome outdoor recreational experiences designed to promote
self-confidence and a sense of belonging. Our group works directly with a number of state and national Wounded Warrior support organizations and the hospital rehabilitation staff at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center developing outdoor events (hunting, fishing, golfing, whitewater rafting, rock climbing, etc.) to aid these returning combat wounded soldiers in their rehabilitation by giving them a break from the hospital environment and involving them in activities they were interested in prior to their injuries.
Donations are welcome and may be made to Potomac Highlands Wounded Warrior Outreach , P.O Box 754, Franklin, West Virginia 26807.
All donations are 100% dedicated to our wounded warriors and are tax deductible.