Holly Ridge, North Carolina – The Raider Project, a charitable mission based organization serving MARSOC and USMC combat Veterans, hosts a fundraising Workout of the Day (WOD) on November 7th from 9am – 4pm in Jacksonville, North Carolina at Sil War Crossfit.
Raider Project WOD is a family-friendly team workout event with vendor booths, corporate giveaways, food trucks, a DJ, strength powerhouses and celebrities. WORKOUTS KICK OFF AT 10AM.
Raider Project Director Nicholas Koumalatsos says, “The Raider Project WOD is an excellent opportunity to reach out to our active duty and veteran community. It is amazing to watch the veteran community and supporters come together for a common cause. Doing this workout together allows us some positive fellowship to remember the brothers that are no longer with us. We sweat, scream, grunt, and some of us bleed, but we do it together.”
Last year the Raider Project WOD had 32 Gyms across the world participate. This year Raider Project projects to have more than 60 gyms participate. Any gym can participate.
The Raider Project is a part of the GallantFew network of services.
The Raider Project is a non-profit organization, within the GallantFew network of services, based out of Holly Ridge, NC. The Raider Project’s mission is to connect with MARSOC and USMC combat veterans to help them transition smoothly, peacefully and successfully into the private sector. Raider Project makes the connections through PTSD and TBI counseling, unconventional brain treatments for disorders of the brain and central nervous system, short term financial assistance, resume coaching and small business support, get-away retreats and fishing trips as well as community sports programs.
GallantFew is a non-profit charitable organization committed to the prevention of veteran isolation by connecting new veterans with hometown veteran mentors, thereby facilitating a peaceful, successful transition from military service to civilian life filled with hope and purpose.
To learn more visit www.raiderproject.org