Our Adaptive Hunting Sports Program is unique in that we have no limitations as to who we can bring, if a military hero desires to get back in the woods, we can do it! We have specialized adaptive equipment for veterans with spinal cord injuries of all levels and vision-impaired to include loss of sight. We hunt dove, quail, deer, wild boar, alligator and a host of other wild game.
Our VA Adaptive Shooting Sports Program focuses on getting our military veterans back on the shooting range for both for fun and competition. We have shooting clinics throughout the year to include trap, sporting clays, and regular range shooting. At least once a year, we have a shooting competition that draws veterans from different military services and eras in a one-of-a-kind shooting competition.
In addition to our VA Adaptive Hunting and Shooting Programs, we strive to connect veterans to outdoor activities where they can find healing. Our fishing program gets our military heroes back on the water doing what they love. We do large and small group charters during the year, linking our veterans with the best fishing guides in Florida to ensure their experience is one that will keep them connected to healing waters!
Black Dagger is a 501(c) 3 non-profit charity and all contributions are tax deductible.
- No salaries or compensation provided to board or any volunteers
- No companies are used for fundraising.
- All support is strictly on a volunteer basis.
100% Free to Vets
Our nonprofit provides hunting, shooting, fishing, and other outdoor activities to veterans at no expense.
Who We Serve
We serve veterans recovering from and learning to adjust to life with spinal cord injuries (SCI), traumatic brain injuries (TBI), and post-traumatic stress (PTS). Helping our honored veterans find their “new normal”. We are a Community Partner with the James A. Haley VA Hospital's Adaptive Sports Program. We also work with the United States Special Operations Care Coalition. Along with these two groups, we work with several other veteran-support agencies to bring in veterans that they support in their programs.