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Today, there are over 2.3 million combat wounded veterans in the U.S. These brave men and women have sacrificed much to ensure our safety and freedom. The number of combat wounded veterans is growing each day as the war on terror continues. All of these veterans had dreams about the future, but many of these dreams were lost due to injuries suffered in the line of duty.

Plans for outdoor adventures that they were looking forward to have vanished due to their injuries. We want to thank these veterans by showing them that with the right help they can again enjoy the great outdoors. With the construction of a first-class lodge 80 miles south of St. Louis, MO, we will be able to accommodate up to 6 veterans per week. There will be no cost to the veteran. We will provide a range of outdoor activities and will be equipped to accommodate veterans with an array of injuries. How can we ever repay an American Veteran who has endured so much personal loss while defending our great nation? Sadly, the answer may simply be that we will never completely be able to repay the veterans that have sacrificed so much.

However, we can say, “thank you for your service!” We are Camp Hope and we need your help in saying “thank you” to our combat wounded American Veterans. Camp Hope is a non-profit 501(c)3 Corporation. We will be bringing combat wounded American Veterans to the great state of Missouri for outdoor adventures of their choosing; however, outdoor adventures are just some of the activities we will provide combat wounded U.S. Military Veterans at Camp Hope. A simple monetary “thank you for your service” could help us go a long way and bring us closer as a nation in repaying these great patriots for their service and sacrifice.

Army Captain Joe Bogart

After an IED Explosion legally blinded me I knew my life would not be the same. I thought I would never be able to participate in the activities I enjoyed before fighting overseas. Then I spent a weekend at Camp Hope and now all that has changed. Thank you, Camp Hope!

Army Sgt Bobby Lisek

Thank you so much for this great opportunity, I have finally met someone that has been through the same stuff as me, it has been a blessing.

Army Sgt Jared Feldman

It means a lot for me to be here this weekend, this is incredible, I am really touched by what they are doing.

Camp Hope: Honoring the Fallen by Helping the Wounded
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