The Outdoor Adventure Foundation provides hunting, fishing, and other outdoor adventure to youth’s under age 25 that have been diagnosed with cancer and other life threatening illness’s. OAF also provides the adventures for disabled Veteran’s under age 40 that are wheelchair bound or lost a limb due to combat.
501 (C) (3) with 87% of our funding goes to our mission.
Read more About The Outdoor Adventure Foundation
The Outdoor Adventure Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit that helps to make outdoor dreams come true for children and young adults with life-threatening illnesses as well as for combat-disabled veterans that have lost a limb or are in a wheelchair.
Isaak Hoff (age 14) Lymphatic Leukemia & Hodgkins Lymphoma got this great Mulie at The O’tiwahee Ranch in Montana.read more
Brett with his trophy antelope near Bowman, ND. September 2016.read more
Matt Jahner age 25 (cancer) was OAF recipient of our 1st Annual Bull Elk Hunt at The 4K Ranch in Western North Dakota. Matt got this tremendous bull on Sept. 9th.read more
Thank you for allowing our son Isaak to go on this amazing adventure. The memories will last a lifetime. Everyone he interacted with was amazing and inspiring to him. We are so grateful for the Outdoor Adventure Foundation and all that you do for your participants.Stephanie & Tyler Hoff
Thank you so much for setting up my hunting trip in Canada. I greatly appreciate everything that has been done for me! It was the trip of a lifetime and I had a blast! Thanks again for everything.God’s Blessings.Alissa Drake
First and foremost I Wish to thank you and the Outdoor Adventure Foundation in allowing myself to partake in the recent duck, pheasant, and deer hunting excursion near Minot, North Dakota which is a beautiful bountiful state. I have not hunted pheasants since 1986 and ducks sincc 1999. I also wish to add I….continueMr. Jon C. Price
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Join today and help provide outdoor adventures to children and young adults with life-threatening illnesses, as well as to combat-disabled veterans that have lost a limb or are wheelchair bound.