Promoting a happy, healthy life for combat Veterans
We serve Veterans because they served us.
A legacy honoring a hero.
Providing Veterans a safe space to connect and heal.
We work hard to provide Veterans and their families information and opportunities to sustain a happy, fulfilling life. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is often suffered in silence and we ensure families are well informed of the signs, effects, and help that is available.
Founded in November of 2015, the Brady Oberg Legacy Foundation was established in honor of Brady Oberg. He was a Combat Veteran whom suffered from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and cared deeply about his fellow brothers and sisters in arms. In grief, we build his legacy in hopes that no other family has to experience loss.
We provide retreats for combat veterans to connect through light-hearted outdoor, recreational activities.
Brady Oberg was a small town boy who grew up in Ulen, Minnesota. An active, hardworking, and happy child he participated in many activities which continued into adulthood. Brady loved filling his time with outdoorsman activities, and was well known for his work ethic.