NORVA Rod & Gun Club - Disabled Veteran Hunt

Steve Carter (lower right), Senior Manager-Operations at Able Forces once again teamed up with NORVA Rod & Gun Club, Virginia Hunter Education Association and Parker Crossbows to hold the 6th Annual Disabled Veteran Hunt.  This year 11 Disabled Veteran hunters from the local area joined together 9 through 11 October at the NORVA Rod & Gun Club for the hunt.  Not to be out done by previous year’s hunts, these hunters spent the weekend, eating home cooked meals like you would find at a resort, hunting with NORVA guides and enjoying in the comradery that all service members share.  As with previous hunts, Parker Crossbows provided the crossbows and accessories.  One of the highlights was one lucky hunter taking home one of the bows from this year’s free raffle.   A great time was had by all and we look forward to next year’s hunt. 

Able Forces selected as a Great Non Profit for Third Consecutive Year!

Able Forces is very proud of our achievement for the 3rd consecutive year of being selected as a Great Non Profit.  This honor is most meaningful because it is directly linked to input provided by our customers, clients, and business associates.

A HUGE thank you to each of my staff who once again have excelled in their support of our Mission to provide employment exclusively to Wounded, Ill, and Injured Warriors, and to assist those warriors and families in financial crisis.

This is a great honor and we are proud to have the opportunity to assist those who have given so much.

Skip Rogers, Co-Founder/Executive Director.


Friends of Able Forces Supporting the Crisis Fund

Huge thank you to my Warrior buddies Mike Bounds and Greek Grekoski who spent the day at the Infinity Toy and Comic Con in Orlando Florida selling raffle tickets to support the Able Forces Crisis Fund. You guys are AWESOME for your continued support of our Mission bringing in $202 to support our warriors and families in financial crisis. Big Army Hooah!!! to both of you and may God continue to Bless both of you and your families.


The Gypsy Sons Sponsor Charity Concert For Able Forces

John Aguon and The Gypsy Sons sponsored an awesome concert at Jammin' Java's on Friday night 4 Sept 2015.  The venue incuded The Stormin' Norman Band, Machine Gun Preachers, The Gypsy Sons, and Soylent Green.  

Able Forces is honored to receive a donation from all the bands of $500 to support the Able Forces Crisis Fund.  100% of this donation will support Military members, veterans, and their families who are in immediate financial need.  

A huge thanks also to Lauren of Jammin Java for all her efforts, the VIP section at the venue bought out by Jason and Greg Sieler, and all the supporters that came out to make this event a wonderful evening. God Bless each of you for your support and God Bless our Military, Veterans, and this great Country.

Dubhgealach Motorcycle Club Donates to Able Forces Crisis Fund

Our sincere thanks to the members of the Dubhgealach Motorcycle Club of Front Royal Virginia for their generous donation of $150 to the Able Forces Crisis Fund.  100% of all donations to the Crisis Fund go directly to support Military and Veterans and their families in financial crisis.  All recipients are referred by a Veteran Advocate and financial support is paid directly to address the specific need.  You guys are AWESOME!! and we hope to work together with you in the future.  A big Army HOOAH! to all of you.

Eric Nied of the Dubhgealach Motorcycle Club presented a check to Skip Rogers of Able Forces.