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Join us for a night of celebrating 11 years of Sheep Dog Impact Assistance and our nation's heroes! 

Over the past 11 years, Sheep Dog Impact Assistance (SDIA) has grown into a national 501c3 nonprofit. With your help, SDIA has been able to engage, assist and empower thousands of Sheep Dogs in need by helping them #GetOffTheCouch. This is accomplished through our three programs:

  • Outdoor Adventures to engage them with camaraderie and healing;
  • Warrior PATHH training to assist them in learning to transform their struggle into strength; and
  • Continued Service where Sheep Dogs are empowered to discover the power of "Helping is Healing" as they serve others through Disaster Response Missions and community service.


Thank you for making the missions of SDIA possible! Please join us on October 9th and Celebrate a wonderful 11 years of SDIA and our nation's heroes! 



Date: October 9, 2021

Doors Open: 4:30pm

Program Begins: 6:30pm

VIP: 9-10pm

Location: Village On The Creeks

Provided: One meal per ticket

Attire: Picnic/Golf Course

Seating: Similar to the lawn section at the AMP, bring your favorite outdoor blanket to sit on and  enjoy the show! There will be two sections:

  • VIP
  • General Admission 

--There is limited Lawn Chair/Wheelchair seating along the perimeter of each. Email [email protected] asap to reserve your space.

Bring: Blanket for sitting on the ground 

Other Info: Live & Silent Auctions, Picnic Style Dinner, Static displays of Sheep Dog vehicles, family friendly activities, and FIREWORKS!


Email Jayme at [email protected] IF you will be bringing a lawn/wheel chair. 

SDIA is excited to welcome combat-wounded Army Veteran SGT Sergio Trejo, USA (Ret.) as our Guest Speaker on Saturday, October 9, 2021!

Guest Speaker, SGT Sergio Trejo, USA (Ret.)
Sergio is a long-time SDIA member who was severely wounded on his second deployment to Iraq; doctors first thought his paralysis would be permanent, but he regained all function in his arms and legs. But he - like many injured Veterans - had lost what he thought was his sole purpose in life. After years of rehabilitation, anger and struggle, Sergio was challenged to go SCUBA diving - and through that challenge, he found his purpose. He founded Tre Charters LLC and Operation Til Valhalla and now helps fellow combat-wounded warriors #GetOffTheCouch on fishing and SCUBA diving trips outside Galveston, TX.

Sergio was part of SDIA in the early years, and we are thrilled to have him with us as we celebrate TEN years of helping Sheep Dogs #GetOffTheCouch. 

Guest of Honor, SGT Noah Galloway, USA (Ret.)

SDIA is excited to welcome combat-wounded Army Veteran Sgt Noah Galloway as Guest of Honor at this year's Celebration on Saturday, October 9, 2021!

Guest of Honor, SGT Noah Galloway, USA (Ret.)


In a recent candid interview with John Rich of Fox Nation's "The Pursuit! with John Rich" show, Noah admits, "I went into Iraq with the mindset I might die. I was prepared to die. I wasn't prepared for the in-between."
Sgt Noah Galloway, a Birmingham, Alabama native, joined the Army because of the September 11 terrorist attacks. From the moment he joined, he loved his job and knew he'd retire an old Army guy or die in combat. However, in 2005 - just three months into his second tour of duty fighting in Operation Iraqi Freedom, the Humvee he was driving hit an improvised explosive device, throwing the 9,000 lb heavily armored vehicle across the road and into a canal. Noah lost his left arm above the elbow, his left leg above the knee, and suffered numerous other injuries requiring a lengthy and painful recovery and rehabilitation.  
But he had lost more than two limbs...he had lost his purpose...the job he loved. For five years he was in a deep depression and self-medicated with alcohol. When he finally accepted his losses and focused on what he had, Noah was able to fight his way out of his depression. In 2014 he was named Men's Health's "Ultimate Guy", and went on to become a finalist in Season 20 of "Dancing with the Stars". He is now a motivational speaker, and just released his book, "Living with No Excuses: The Remarkable Rebirth of an American Soldier."


undefinedHonorary Chair, Tracy Dufault 

Army Veteran and Walmart SVP Merchandising Operations - Food

 Tracy Dufault is a 1993 graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. She joined the US Army as an Aviator, Armed Scout OH-58D, one of the first women selected for this track. Tracy was also the first female pilot in her unit at Fort Drum, and the first female to be selected as a DES Instructor Pilot and Team Leader. She then went on to the 101st Airborne Division, where she became the first female Cavalry Commander, serving as Condor 6 for C/2-17 CAV. While attending Harvard Business School, Tracy was promoted to Major and transitioned off active duty, finishing her career in the Army Reserves in Bristol, RI, in 2004. She received her M.B.A. from Harvard in 2004 as well.



Musical Guest, Madison Watkins

Season 19 Amerian Idol Top 10


Madison Watkins is a Fayetteville, Arkansas, native that has made it to the big stages in the music industry. She has had an album on the top 15 of the iTunes charts, is getting more than 2 billion views on TikTok, and has opened concerts for Elle King, Gwen Stefani, Jason Durulo, and many others. Her new song "Blinded" was featured on this year's season of "Love Island USA" and is rapidly streaming on all music platforms. Watkins finished as a top finalist in this year's American Idol line-up. Watkins was also the face of Aussie Haircare in 2020 and has now worked with brands such as Netflix, Puma, Bose, Jack in the Box, and others.

Madison has a heart for giving back to the community. She has performed at DDX3X Day for special needs children, started a non profit for children called "The Glow Movement," and has partnered with many others to say "thank you" to her home state of Arkansas.





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