Red, White & Blue Ball
DATE: June 3rd
TIME: 6 - 10pm, Dinner at 6:45
LOCATION: Winter Range Ranch
66295 Hwy 20
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What to Wear: "Central Oregon formal" or "Kitzhaber look". Jeans, boots and blazer or dress/skirt and boots...dress up or dress down, or red, white and blue to show your support for veterans! As fancy or comfortable as you want to be.
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COVR Is A Sanctuary For Veterans
A 19-acre property located in Central Oregon, the Ranch is a sanctuary where veterans actively build community through peer support, agri-therapy, and opportunities to find meaning and purpose through service. The vision of the Ranch encompasses different generations of veterans working, learning and healing together, creating a refuge of peace including specialized end of life services.
The Ranch community supports the health and wellness of combat veterans, many of whom are living with the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress. Engaging in farm-related activities fosters a sense of meaning, purpose and camaraderie that many veterans miss after the military. Service to others is a recognized component of the healing journey. We believe that returning veterans have the ability to help each other heal, and that dying veterans have something unique to teach us all. The Ranch provides a place for veterans and their families to heal together, at various stages in their journey.
Make your checks payable to:
Central Oregon Veterans Ranch
PO Box 8302
Bend, OR 97708
Office: (541) 706-9062
We welcome volunteers in a variety of work areas including fundraising, information technology, land and agriculture management, and healthcare.
Traveling Veterans Quilt
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You Could Win The Amazing Veterans Flag Quilt
Raffle Tickets are $5 each.
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Those who have served in the military and in combat zones walk a unique path in life and should not walk that path alone. The Ranch provides opportunities for veterans who have shared similar experiences to come together in a spirit of camaraderie, finding peer support and purpose through contribution to a shared mission.
COVR relies upon volunteers to achieve its mission. We have a strong core of veteran volunteers and invite community members to participate in a variety of ways. We encourage opportunities for veterans and community groups to work together, and have partnered with various school groups, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, Deschutes County Corrections, etc.
Thank you for supporting our work! Please join us as we continue to build a broad base of support through individuals, businesses, civic groups and foundations. Your donation will help us build and sustain a unique and innovative model of healthcare that can change the trajectory of a young veterans’ life and bring peace to a veteran in his or her final days.