Warrior Outreach Inc. is staffed entirely by volunteers and depends on YOUR donations!  

View a YouTube Video about the Warrior Outreach Horsemanship Event by clicking on the above video link

Warrior Outreach, P.O. Box 7962, Columbus, GA 31908, Telephone: 706-505-0708

 

Our Mission — Warrior Outreach Inc supports Veterans, Service members and their Families by offering a wide variety of equine related activities.  Warrior Outreach Ranch offers confidence building, Instructional and relaxing opportunities to interact with horses and enjoy Family bonding.   Our main focus is to assist Soldiers and Families in transitioning and adjusting to life after traumatic occurrences and family separation due to deployments such as war. Our Horsemanship  Program  is designed to provide support, similar to equine therapy, to Veterans and their Families in the tri-community area.  We are staffed entirely by caring Volunteers and are privately funded by your donations.  Warrior Outreach partners with businesses and Volunteers in the local area to provide a free Veterans Helping Veterans home repair service for disabled  and deserving Veterans and their surviving Family members. 100%  of your contributions go to providing support to those who need it the most.    Warrior Outreach Inc. partners with Heartland Therapeutic Programs.   Warrior Outreach Inc was founded in 2008 by CSM (retired) Sam Rhodes and is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.  

 

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Jason Melton, assistant manager of the Thomaston, Georgia Home Depot accepts a Warrior Outreach Certificate of Appreciation from disabled Army Veteran Thomas Hallock for providing materials to build a handicap ramp at his residence in Talbot County in October.

- 18 DEC - Columbus Dream Center support preparation.  Packing groceries for over 300 lunches .   Volunteers needed.

- 18 December Warrior Outreach Fall Clean up if you wish to Volunteer Samuel.marvin.rhdoes@gmail.com  (10 AM - 2 PM)

. 20 DEC -Columbus Dream Center meals for those that need it and groceries for 300 plus family members for Christmas Dinner (based on food donations to be made).

- 20 December Christmas Social for Volunteers and Sponsors... RSVP Samuel.marvin.rhdoes@gmail.com

-December Veterans Home Assistance Project for Ms. Ermie Latham, Age 95,  widow of Vet supported by 209th MP Volunteers

- 15 JAN - Columbus Dream Center support preparation.  Packing groceries for over 300 lunches .   Volunteers needed.

- 17 JAN -Columbus Dream Center meals for those that need it and groceries for 300 plus Family members for Christmas Dinner (based on food donations to be made).

- January Veterans Home Assistance Project for Oscar Robinson, Age 81, Vietnam Veteran supported by TBD

-19 FEB - Columbus Dream Center support preparation.  Packing groceries for over 300 lunches .   Volunteers needed.

- 21 FEB -Columbus Dream Center meals for those that need it and groceries for 300 plus family members for Christmas Dinner (based on food donations to be made).

 

Any Organization that is associated with Veterans, their Families or Active Duty may coordinate for the use of the

Warrior Outreach Facilities, please Samuel.marvin.rhdoes@gmail.com

The Warrior Outreach Ranch facilities are also available for Birthday parties, etc... by emailing Samuel.marvin.rhdoes@gmail.com

 

 

Warrior Outreach and Volunteers from the 1-46th Infantry partnered together to wrap more than 400 toys for Veterans and their Families for the Christmas holidays.   “What a remarkable way to give back to our great men and women who have served our nation so honorably,” said Heather Mahoney.

The LaGrange, GA Home Depot teamed up with Warrior Outreach and brought an early Christmas to a Hogansville Veterans Family.   Army Veteran Jake Sweatt, his wife Katie, and their two sons, were provided a tree, Christmas lights and gifts as part of the Warrior Outreach Veterans Helping Veterans Program.    Jake Sweatt had served in Iraq with 2nd Battalion, 3rd Infantry Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division in Camp Liberty Iraq.  His Family resides in Hogansville and Volunteers to assist others in their community who are battling Post Traumatic Stress.    Like many Veterans he too suffers from Post Traumatic Stress.   Jake said, " I can't thank The LaGrange Home Depot and Warrior Outreach enough.    Words can’t express what this means to me and my Family.  Thank you"

 

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Jalapeno Cowboy Corn Bread

 

1 1/2c corn meal

1 heaping tbsp four

3 tsp salt

1/2 tsp baking soda

1 c buttermilk

2/3c salad oil

2 eggs beaten

1 small can cream style corn

1/2 cup sliced jalapeños chopped

1/2 green pepper chopped

4 to 5 green onions chopped

1 1/2c grated cheddar cheese

 

Mix corn meal, flour, salt and soda; add buttermilk, oil eggs, and corn.   Beat and mix.  stir in jalapeños, green pepper and onions.  Grease 9x14 inch baking dish with butter; heat well.  Pour in half of batter; sprinkle with half of cheese and repeat.  Bake at 375 for 35 minutes or until done.  Yields 8 servings.

CHUCK WAGON RECIPES

 

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"Courage is being scared to death - and saddling up anyway," John Wayne.

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The 2014 Warrior Outreach “Toys for Vets” program made Christmas a little happier this year for 186 Children from 65 families by giving them 3-5 gifts each from Santa, a food basket, fresh homemade cookies and candy.    The items were courtesy of Warrior Outreach, Heartland Therapeutic Programs, the Lagrange Lions Club Foundation, Warrior Outreach Volunteers, SNAP ON industrial Brand, First Command, the USO, Valley Hospitality, The Cannon Brew Club, the 209th MPs, the 5-15TH CAV, the 1-46th Infantry, and so many more wonderful businesses and organizations.    A special thanks to the Meiers, Blizzard, Birmingham, Scalia and Wagner families for their support!  We appreciate all you do to partner with Warrior Outreach to help us help others... Thanks to all!