A small town’s annual Meatball Cook-Off & Beer Bash has turned into a fun way for locals to raise money for wounded veterans, combining charity with a good time.
The Stars & Stripes Charity Fishing Tournament is scheduled for May 4-5, 2017, at the Harrison House Country Inn & Marina in Tilghman Island, Maryland. All proceeds directly benefit Rivers of Recovery. The funds will help us serve combat veterans through our rehabilitative fly fishing adventures.
Rivers of Recovery will also host its 6th Annual Congressional Reception on
The Stanislaus Fly Fishers and Rivers of Recovery will host the Fly Fishing Film Tour (F3T) at the State Theatre in Modesto, California, on May 4, 2017, at 5:30 p.m.
All proceeds from the event will directly benefit Rivers of Recovery, helping us serve combat veterans through rehabilitative fly fishing adventures. Tickets are $10 per person.
Our fly fishing guides contribute a great deal to the Rivers of Recovery’s experience.
From the initial awkwardness at the beginning to the deep (and sometimes difficult) conversations that arise later,
A group of Jonesboro, Arkansas, community members held the first Rivers of Recovery fundraising event in the area to support the expansion of the Rivers of Recovery program in the region.
Spearheaded by our own Levi Crawford—former RoR participant and current RoR marketing director—the money raised will fund a RoR trip for six local veterans
Many Rivers of Recovery participants find their experience so transformative, they want to share it with others. That’s why veterans are often our biggest advocates.
Sometimes it’s by simply spreading the word. Other times RoR alumni encourage other vets to come on a trip—or even join their buddies to make it more comfortable for them.
In our last post, we shared the story of Rivers of Recovery and the people who’ve embraced our mission to serve veterans.
In response, readers asked us how they can help veterans in their communities.
Here are our suggestions.
One of the simplest things you
Rivers of Recovery began with one man’s vision, but our success reflects the many people who have taken up our cause over the years.
The heart of our organization is the relationships we’ve built on the river banks and nurtured long after the boats dock. It’s not a coincidence that the people who know us best