The Rick Herrema Foundation

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The Rick Herrema Foundation is named after SFC Rick Herrema, 27, a U.S. Army Special Operations Command soldier born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, who was killed in Operation Iraqi Freedom on April 25, 2006.  

A Day of Fun strengthening our military families as they interact together in quality outdoor activities.

“Our whole family looks forward to Fun Day because we know we will leave with so many memories full of laughter and fun.”

A high energy, confidence building competition and fun for all our participants.

A Day of Fun strengthening our military families as they interact together in quality outdoor activities.

“Our whole family looks forward to Fun Day because we know we will leave with so many memories full of laughter and fun.”

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We carefully curate donations to ensure they are fully respectful of  America’s finest military families. 

Future plans are to create other Retreat Centers near other major military installations across the US.

According to Max Dolan, Dept. of Defense Region 9 PEER Support Coordinator, “No one is doing what RHF is doing.” Several top U.S. Army leaders use our work and support it to address relationship concerns related to deployment and reintegration. With the success and broad support we have enjoyed at Ft. Bragg, we believe that there is tremendous potential for replication at different bases across the nation.

We thank you for your time and support of RHF and
our mission to strengthen our military families.

 

Find us online at https://rhfnow.org/ or call us at (910)-444-1743