Our Programs

Through the mission of Mighty Oaks Foundation last year, we afforded 672 Warriors the opportunity to attend one of our 32 Legacy Programs, which raises our total program alumni to 2500 in the last eight years. Additionally, we reached our goal to serve over 110,000 active duty warriors at Military Resiliency Programs on bases across the nation, while we also distributed over 65,000 Mighty Oaks produced books!

The Warriors we serve attend our programs at NO COST, all because of YOUR support!

The Mighty Oaks Warrior journey begins with intensive peer-based programs that utilize instructional sessions, camaraderie, and team building activities that are designed to challenge our Warriors to overcome their past experiences and move forward into a life of purpose.  Our programs take place all across America on Military Bases, at our Outposts, and on rural ranch lodges. Each facility allows the Warriors to appreciate the peace of nature, and have an “un-plugged” experience while they focus on the challenges they face in completing the program.

How You Can Be A Part Of The SOLUTION

One Time

Donors like you enable us to continue to offer our programs to veterans in need. You can make your tax deductible contribution through the form below.


Your recurring donation will help sustain Mighty Oaks throughout the entire year, click the “Make Gift Recurring” box at the top of the doation form below to amplify your impact.


The current cost of sending a Warrior to a Mighty Oaks Legacy program is $2500. You can cover the full cost of a Warrior by selecting other and entering the amount on the donation form below.

For donors with international addresses please use our Paypal donation portal here:  

For question about donations or for donor support please email: giving@mightyoaksprograms.org

Donate by Mail

To donate by mail, simply download the form from the link below, print it, and mail the completed donor form with your cash/check to this address:

Mighty Oaks Foundation
29910 Murrieta Hot Springs Rd. Ste. G530
Murrieta, CA 92563

Mighty Oaks Foundation is a registered Non-Profit Organization; 501(c)(3) (EIN 45-3159170).  Tax Exemptions are available for all donations.


"You are able to trust everyone around you without the fear of being judged. I was able to share something with this group that I've never shared with anyone my entire life. That in itself shows just how trusting and comfortable this environment is."

“The Mighty Oaks Team pulled together to help lift me up through dark times; I have chosen to dedicate my life to helping other veterans struggling with some of the same challenges I have had to face….”

"I witnessed warriors, hardened by their combat experiences, come to terms with their own brokenness and find healing in the redemptive powers of Jesus Christ. Their curriculum wastes no time beating around the bush and gets to the heart of the matter exploring the meaning of authentic manhood."

"There's good and evil fighting inside of everybody and if you can see the positive, you can live an awesome life."

Mighty Oaks Blog

Grace Should be Given, Not Just Received

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Hope – June 2019, Ohio Men’s Legacy Program

“As I spun out of control, I worried about blacking out from the sudden and unexpected G forces. I watched my console break and twist apart before me. My mind was outracing my ability to react. Flames from the exploding gas tank had found a crack between my oxygen...

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Patrol Forward

There is a well-documented suicide epidemic amongst the veteran community. One of the many challenges that veterans face coming home, in addition to physical injuries, PTSD, TBI, moral injury and other war inflicted damage, is the loss of a sense of purpose in their...

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Independence Day: A celebration of the past and the future

I’m not someone who typically watches the debates leading up to the Democratic primary. In fact, I generally have a hard time focusing on any of the debates until the Presidential contest is down to the final two candidates. I will admit however, as embarrassing as it...

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