Ambassador Roya Rahmani has joined Camp Resilient’s Board of Advisors and will also be an Ambassador for CR. Ambassador Rahmani is a career Diplomat and military community supporter, she is the first Woman Ambassador to the United States from Afghanistan.
Ambassador Rahmani has been very instrumental in organizing events in Washington DC to honor veterans of the war in Afghanistan. She has focused much of her efforts on comforting Gold Star Families, along with meeting with wounded and injured veterans and their families. She has dedicated a part of her future to helping veterans and their families heal from war.
We are so excited to announce that we have completed our first day of operations.
On Sunday the 23rd of May we held a Camp Resilient Military Spouse Reset day at two of our partner sites. The event included Mindfulness, Nutrition, Equine therapy, Tibetan sound massage, and a Writing workshop. We were blessed with great weather and an amazing group of participants.
We are already planning our next few events that will take advantage of the cooler Summer moments in the mornings. We will be seeking participant groups ranging from Fort Bragg single soldiers, local veterans, a Team RWB cohort, and military couples.
Thanks to all our donors, partners, and practitioners–you made this day possible.
Camp Resilient has received a very generous $25,000 challenge grant. Effective March 17th, the Grantor will match dollar for dollar up to $25,000 toward Camp Resilient’s Phase 1 business development.
“We are so excited to learn about this inspirational grant which will propel our development to the next level,” said Lyla Owens, Camp Resilient Board President. “Please share this opportunity with your friends and colleagues, near and far. Go to the CR donate page to donate today and double your gift. Thank you for your support!”
To honor the legacy of Sergeant Matthew Abbate by providing warriors space to recalibrate inside the wire and skills to thrive outside the wire.
We offer free-of-cost retreats in Big Sky Country for eligible veterans, where they can reconnect with their warrior spirit, foster community through shared interests, and re-discover purpose in service to each other, their families, and their communities.