Partnership Supports Therapeutic Retreat Programs.
This year marks the 5th anniversary of the partnership between RumChata and Lone Survivor Foundation (LSF). To celebrate, each Freedom Bottle featured a label featuring the Lone Survivor Foundation logo.
The Freedom Bottle Program has raised more than $750,000 over the past five years for Lone Survivor Foundation’s mission to restore, empower, and renew hope for wounded veterans and their families through health, wellness, and therapeutic support. During that time, over 800 veterans and military family members have attended LSF’s therapeutic retreat programs, thanks in large part to RumChata’s generous support.
“The RumChata Foundation is proud to support the Lone Survivor Foundation through its annual Freedom Bottle Program. We are excited to see the funding being put to work for our veterans and their families and provide great LSF programs to support their lives.”
– Tom Maas, RumChata Founder and Master Blender
“During LSF’s progressive retreat program, we empower our participants with the skills and resources necessary to take ownership of their healing process and experience improved quality of life, which would not be possible without the support of organizations like the Rumchata Foundation. We are very grateful for the RumChata Foundation’s continued support of LSF’s mission and our nation’s veterans.”
– Kevin Barber, LSF Executive Director
Founded in 2010 by retired Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell, Lone Survivor Foundation provides therapeutic retreats for veterans and their families affected by Post Traumatic Stress, mild Traumatic Brain Injury, Chronic Pain, Military Sexual Trauma, and Care Giver Stress. LSF’s progressive retreat program utilizes a holistic approach to helping the entire family unit, all at no cost to them. Retreats provide tools and techniques that are immediately applicable to combat stressors in daily life, allowing the veteran and their family to adjust following military service. LSF is hosting 31 retreats at their Texas retreat facility in 2018, serving almost 300 veterans and family members. To learn more about LSF, call 832-581-3592, visit LoneSurvivorFoundation.org, and connect with LSF on Twitter and Facebook.