Healing hands while healing the land
Empower veterans with infrastructure and resources for developing financial well-being and employable skills.
Training and community partnerships that reintegrate veterans into the civilian world.
Prevention of veteran suicide through purpose, nature and community.
Working together to learn a skill that builds a future.
One of our immediate goals is to engage veterans through beekeeping. It is a proven fact that keeping honey bees helps with PTSD and other anxiety diagnoses. Our plan is to teach veterans how to keep honey bees and getting them certified by the Washington State Beekeepers Association. Through this endeavor we hope to create career opportunities by allowing them to set up apiaries at our site while creating space for them to grow at their own pace. We will also refer the veteran to outside services to help in the process.
Whether you choose beekeeping as a career or not, the reward of caring for one of God’s most interesting creation is unexplainable. For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re always looking for the community’s partners to help us support our veterans better than we could ever imagine. Does that sound like you? Volunteer today and be a part of change.
Join our Cause
Join our team of like-minded everyday people who simply want a safe place for our veterans to live in. Where every person is valued, every hand is healed. You’re invited to join our cause.