Closing-out Ohio

By Kevin Schroeder –  Closing-out Ohio… Until Next Year   In Ohio, at the Wilds in October, the leaves are morphing into a kaleidoscope of blazing reds, vibrant oranges and sunny yellows. This made for a beautiful landscape for the final Mighty Oaks Men Legacy Program of 2018 for this venue. Twelve warriors from across …

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I struggle, I get back up!

By Bobby Pulley – Recent Legacy Program Graduate Thank you! Thank you for your service also! I also want to especially thank Mr. John Foldberg for his steadfast exemplified leadership! The principles I learned at the Mighty Oaks Legacy Program in Ohio are still running through my veins. I struggle, I get back up! Jesus …

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Year End Giving

By Chad Robichaux – Thank YOU for supporting Mighty Oaks Foundation in 2018!   As we close out 2018, I can reflect back on another amazing year for Mighty Oaks Foundationas we afforded 672 Warriors the opportunity to attend one of our 28 Legacy Programs, which raises our total program alumni to 2250 in the last seven years. Additionally, we reached our goal to serve over 100,000 active …

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Happy Birthday National Guard

By John Mizerak The National Guard as the organized militia of the United States was born in Boston, Massachusetts on December 13, 1636. On that day, the Massachusetts General Court declared that the colony’s existing militia companies were to be organized into three regiments: the North, South, and East regiments. Four Army National Guard units …

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8th Annual Texas Warrior Gala – Thank You! (Photo Gallery)

  By Michael Cameron – We’d like to thank everyone who made our 8th Annual Texas Warrior Gala our most successful yet! It’s because of you that we are able to continue to provide our recovery programs that have become a vital weapon in the fight against PTS(d), a struggle that all too many of …

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Dreams Deferred

By Jamie Warner –  In our youth, we not only cannot help but dream of what the future may hold, we relish the ability to do so. We dream big, audacious dreams of grandeur. Boys left to their imaginations will pick up a stick in the yard that immediately becomes a sword or a gun …

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Giving Tuesday

By John Mizerak –  Many combat vets are unable to reintegrate back into civilian life, leaving their families to deal with the aftermath of broken homes and suicide at times. Mighty Oaks, tackles this critical issue with a our peer-to-peer recovery programs offered at no cost to our honored service men and women suffering from …

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2019 Speaking Events

By John Mizerak – 2019 is right around the corner and the Mighty Oaks Foundation schedule is already getting crowded.  As our organization grows, the demand for speaking events also grows.   Have you ever considered having one of the Mighty Oaks speakers team speak for your church or organization?  Did you know that this is a …

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1941 Attack on Pearl Harbor

By John Mizerak – Much like the days following the attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001, the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 had a much different result than our enemies intended. America responded in unity as a nation of great resilience, demonstrating strength and resolve in the fight to preserve freedom. Pearl …

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Happy Thanksgiving from Chad and Kathy

By Chad Robichaux – Kathy and I want to thank our Nation’s Warriors for their selfless commitment to our country’s freedom and safety!  Major holidays such as Thanksgiving often present a challenge for military personnel who can be stationed far from home and their families on the holidays.  For many people in the military community, …

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