A Place Of Healing
Over 300 acre sanctuary, created to heal mind, body and spirit.

Captain John “Woody” Woodall, a Retired Fire Captain from Raleigh, NC, dreamed of providing a healing place for severely wounded veterans and first responders. He found the perfect spot in Fairmont, NC. Camp4Heroes, a nearly 300-acre sanctuary, offers rehabilitation and relaxation for people Woodall refers to as “heroes,” while getting them involved in various activities and learning new trades. Our veterans return home, not expecting a parade, but hoping for a chance to leave a dangerous environment and really feel that they will be able to enjoy the peace they fought to preserve.

With the pride, love and loyalty they feel for their country and the people they fought to keep safe, they know there may be difficult days ahead, re-adjusting to coming home. Many will need help, especially those who come home wounded physically, emotionally or both . Socialization helps them heal and better navigate the difficulties of readjusting to civilian life.  Visit our website at camp4heroes.org and be amazed at what we have been able to accomplish with the support of people like you who care about these warriors and their families.

Featured Upcoming Event
Camp4heroes presents National Hero Fest Day Salute to Veterans & First Responders 
Sat, Nov 2, 2019 7:00 PM EST
Catch the Fire Event Center, 2304 Page Rd, Durham NC, Durham
Sat, Nov 2, 2019 7:00 PM EST
2304 Page Rd, Durham
Ret. Capt. John "Woody" Woodall
John T. Woodall
Ret. Staff Sergeant Bobby Henline
Ret. Capt. Leslie Nicole Smith
Captain John “Woody” Woodall, a Retired Fire Captain from Raleigh, NC issues a call to “Stand Tall" for America’s Heroes. Camp4Heroes Inaugural Hero Fest kicks off this year on November 2nd, 2019, at Catch the Fire Event Center in Raleigh-Durham. Hero Fest is a day for celebrating the amazing men and women who serve our country in military and first responder communities.

The day will be packed full of entertainment provided by wounded veterans and first responders along with celebrity appearances as well. The day's activities begin at 2:50 p.m. with the arrival of Honor the Warriors cycling troupe who is raising money per mile of their ride that day to donate to Camp4Heroes.

The buzz of activity that happens even before the doors open include, the Visual Arts Explosion exhibit where artwork created by wounded veterans and first responders of various mediums will be on display. The "Phoenix" Awards for Outstanding service to the veteran and first responder communities, will take place during the "Live, Love and Respect Awards", from 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Among the distinguished honorees are Keynote speakers, Ret. Staff Sergeant Bobby Henline amd Ret. Capt. Leslie Nicole Smith. Michele Lamb travels across the county to help veterans visits Camp4Heroes. She will spend HERO FEST DAY sharing goodwill, resources and information.

176 Zimp Rd.
Fairmont, NC 28340
Call (919) 291-3441
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