Supports 66 disabled veterans for one year, including equipment, supplies, & organized fishing events.
-Reserved seating for 20 guests
May request option to enjoy priority seating with PHWFF veterans
-Major listing in all press, in event program, PHWFF website and social media
-Prominent space in written event program reserved for Event Sponsor ad
-Verbal recognition during event
National Outing Sponsor
Only 20 available
Supports 33 disabled veterans for one year or allows 5 disabled veterans to experience a premier fishing destination inside the U.S.
-Reserved seating for 10 guests
Sponsor may request option to enjoy priority seating with PHWFF veterans
-Major listing in event program, PHWFF website and social media
-Space in written event program
-Verbal recognition during the event
Supports 16 disabled veterans for one year or supports activities & day outings for 1 Program for a full year.
-Reserved seating for 5 guests
-Prominent listing in event program, PHWFF website and social media
Why should I provide an email for ticket purchases?
We are 100% committed to the flawless execution of your event. By capturing email addresses during ticket purchase, your guests will receive immediate notification that a ticket has been purchased for them. The email contains pertinent event information which the guest can refer to up to the day of the event and can be used at tax time as a receipt for tax purposes.
It is our pleasure to announce that Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc. (PHWFF) is holding its inaugural Healing on the Fly Northern Virginia, on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at the Army Navy Country Club in Arlington, VA. This exciting fundraising event will strengthen PHWFF's efforts to reach disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans in the National Capital region and throughout the United States.
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing, Inc. (PHWFF) is dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans through fly fishing and associated activities including education and outings. Activities are provided free of charge to all participants. What began in 2005 as a single program at Walter Reed Army Medical Center now exceeds 200 programs (19 programs in the Virginia and National Capital regions) led by more than 3,600 volunteers.
We currently serve 8,400 disabled active military personnel and disabled veterans in our nationwide programs. Our 2019 goal is to serve an additional 1,200 participants and enable their emotional and physical recovery. Our cause is unique in that we provide on-going, long-term support as our Nation's disabled veterans continue their journeys to recovery.
Please note this event is business attire.
Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing
Questions? Please contact Tiffany Goudie, Fundraising Director