Vetscape is a 501(c)3 non-profit that empowers veterans to find their next mission in life. We are a startup raising funds to enable us to make a bigger impact. You can make the difference! Your generosity will benefit returning veterans who face mental, physical, and/or emotional hardships as a result of their service. Join our fundraising campaign to help us elevate awareness of our mission while rallying support for America’s veterans! Donated funds will enable us to provide support for Team Vetscape members as they continue their transition from military warriors to warrior athletes. Team Vetscape Team Vetscape brings together military veterans to participate in extreme sports and endurance challenges. For returning combat veterans struggling with issues like post-traumatic stress (PTS) and traumatic brain injuries (TBI), this team structure can ignite positive change by recreating the training regimen, sense of mission, and camaraderie formerly provided by the military. Our programs offer therapeutic alternatives to destructive high-risk activities––such as drugs, alcohol abuse, and violence––as well as a social and support community for at-risk veterans. Vetscape recruits and trains veteran athletes to participate in some of the most extreme sporting events across the country, including kiteboarding, skydiving, surfing, paddleboard racing, BASE jumping, and endurance races like the World’s Toughest Mudder. Team Vetscape members develop new athletic skills, a positive mindset, renewed purpose, and new teammates for life. Vetscape Media Our online media house, Vetscape Media, documents the journeys of Team Vetscape athletes. We produce and promote short videos that showcase veterans overcoming extreme physical and mental challenges. These videos provide a platform for veterans to share their personal stories with other veterans, as well as with the civilians they risked their lives for. By distributing our media content across social media, Vetscape aims to inspire at-risk veterans across the nation to take the first step towards an active, healthy lifestyle, and to redefine the public’s perception of veterans from one of stigma to one of strength.