Here at the Bull Riders Challenge, we stand for The Flag and pray for Our Nation. We also love and support good, honorable people and their organizations. We have had the pleasure of building relationships with Wounded Warrior Project, Disabled Outdoorsmen Utah, and Basin Jr. Rodeo Association and would encourage you to learn more about what they are doing in our communities.
Wounded Warrior Project
MISSION: To honor and empower wounded warriors.
Wounded Warrior Project began providing care and comfort items in 2003 to wounded service members returning home for the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. Since then, WWP’s services have evolved to reach many more needs of these heroes and their family’s including programs in mental health, career counseling, and long-term rehabilitative care.
Disabled Outdoorsmen Utah
Disabled Outdoorsmen Utah has created an inclusive outdoorsmen program for people living with daily functioning struggles, giving them an opportunity to take part in unforgettable, life-changing experiences. Vice President and Co-Founder Sidney Smith, a double amputee himself, President Mike Felice, Treasurer Telina Stringham and their team at the DO of Utah have restored faith to our disabled community that the outdoors remains a place for everyone.