Through a variety of outdoor activities and outings, NPLB Outdoors builds lasting relationships with those directly impacted by combat during our nation’s armed conflicts, regardless of era, in order to promote positive outcomes and lifelong successes.
The Washington Post published a story about NPLB’s “Handi-Capable” events and staff from Walter Reed Army Medical Center liked what they saw. A short time later, Mark and Cody were approached by hospital staff with hopes of opening these opportunities to wounded veterans recovering at the hospital. Cody and Mark were honored to support these heroes and agreed without hesitation.
More Support needed
With help from family and friends, the two were able to get veterans out of the hospital and into the outdoors. What started out as two events per year had quickly grown into more than 20. Mark and Cody realized they needed more support to keep up with the demand for their program.