HHA USA Partners

E3 Ranch Foundation

Buck Commander and former baseball star Adam LaRoche founded the E3 Foundation with his wife Jennifer in 2017. With a heart for serving those who have served us, our Combat Veterans, their mission is to fight for those who cannot fight for themselves. In two short years, they are working towards that goal and seeing lives being changed through the outdoors.

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Hunt 4 Life Foundation

At Hunt 4 Life Foundation we know that at some point every person is searching for their true purpose in life. Why does God have us here? We believe the total answer to that question can be simply found in God’s two greatest commandments. First, to love God with all your heart, soul and mind, and the second, to love your neighbor as yourself (Matthew 22:36-39). We believe the more we focus on living out these two commandments, the more fulfilled and purposeful our lives will be. So, simply stated, at Hunt 4 Life Foundation, we believe we are all on a Hunt 4 Life! Come and join us on the hunt!


Centershot Ministries

There’s a lot riding on your relationship with the community.

We know you care about the people you serve. It’s why you and your colleagues joined law enforcement to begin with. Unfortunately, the programs and activities police, firemen, EMS, and others rely on often miss the mark. They feel dated and out of touch.

We realize that being a first responder has never been harder. The pressures and demands of public service leave you second guessing how to make a difference. It’s frustrating to feel stuck when you know the power of true community engagement. Even though the odds may be stacked against first responders like you, we have seen the impact of engagement programs that utilize the power of archery.

It’s time to build new levels of trust and rapport that strengthen your ties to the community.

Through Centershot Blue, we use the sport of archery to unite neighborhoods around an activity everyone can enjoy.

Kniestedt Foundation

Kniestedt Foundation

The Kniestedt Foundation provides exceptional hunting experiences for those currently serving and veterans of the Unites States Armed Forces. The members of this partnership believe the sports of hunting and shooting empower individuals by providing an opportunity to connect with nature, challenge the mind to greater focus and engage the body in physical activity.

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Patriot K9s of Wisconsin

Patriot K9s of Wisconsin provides training and education to both Veterans/Service Members and Service Dog Candidates together, to create the highest quality Service Dog Team at no cost to disabled Veterans and Active-Duty Members impacted by Military related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Military Sexual Trauma (MST).

Wounded Warrior In Action

Wounded Warrior In Action

Wounded Warriors in Action Foundation devotes all of its energy and resources to supporting the men and women wounded in combat who were awarded the Purple Heart medal. WWIA supports these phenomenal Heroes by providing them with the opportunity to participate in world-class outdoor sporting activities at no cost to them.

Honor Flight Network

Honor Flight Network

With Honor Flight hubs now in 46 of the 50 states, there are opportunities for veterans from across the country to take part in this amazing program. If you, a friend or a family member are a veteran of the WW II, Korea or Vietnam era, contact your local chapter today to join the waiting list for this trip of a lifetime.


Never Forgotten Honor Flight

The Never Forgotten Honor Flight serves 13 counties in Northern and Central Wisconsin, providing veterans with closure, gratitude & respect, by flying them to Washington D.C. to visit their memorials. Started on Veteran’s Day in 2009, the Never Forgotten Honor Flight sends four flights each year in April, May, September and October. They have flown 38 missions to date and have sent nearly 3,500 WWII, Korea and Vietnam era veterans on this trip of a lifetime.

Old Glory Honor Flight

Following the lead of groups from LaCrosse and Milwaukee, the idea of forming an Honor Flight hub was introduced to Northeast Wisconsin in mid-2009. Several individuals pursuing the goal on parallel paths joined forces and the organization began to take shape. Through the hard work from the Board and other volunteers Mission I was completed on October 27, 2009 and all 95 WWII Veterans had a safe and extremely enjoyable trip. To date we have flown nearly 50 Missions and over 4000 Veterans to see the memorials built in their honor.