The donated funds will also be partially distributed to the Salvation Army Veterans and Family Homeless Shelter, located in Beaverton, Oregon.
The Salvation Army Veterans and Family Center is a referral program that helps our Veteran's and their dependents, whether it is days after coming home or decades.
This program gets these men and their dependents off the streets and into its transitional shelter. It works with each Veteran individually to break his or her unhealthy habits and help them transition into professional jobs and permanent housing. They are encouraged to better themselves and are shown the path to follow.
This program offers emergency financial assistance to dependents of deployed military personnel or returning veterans who have suffered a hardship as a result of deployment.
Learn more about the Salvation Army and what they do
All proceeds and contributions will be donated to the Veterans Sportsman Alliance, a registered 501c(3) Corporation, whose primary mission is to get injured and disabled Veterans out of the house and hospital and into the therapeutic surroundings of nature and outdoor adventure.
VSA has enabled our heroes that have suffered double and triple amputations to experience outdoor adventures they most likely would not be capable of doing on their own.
VSA has sponsored deer and hog hunts, as well as tuna, bass, and salmon fishing trips.
VSA is currently organizing kayaking, hiking, and golf trips as well. Even more exciting, the VSA & Hot Rod Service Company have been working on a Mustang Project and will soon be scheduling "Track Day Events," and putting our Veterans behind the wheel at race tracks across America.
Learn more about the VSA and what they do
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