Promoting sustainability through the global use of herbal medicines for preventative care and for the treatment of disease in austere environments
In situations where medicine is unavailable, too expensive or not the preferred method of caring for sickness, we provide an alternative. Used for preventative and wellness care as well as in remote and post-disaster environments, herbal medicines are the choice treatment for many people around the world. Join us as we work in the US and travel abroad to educate, administer herbs, and work in herbal medicine clinics.
JOIN US - BE INVOLVED
Most of us are fortunate enough to turn on a faucet and access earth's most essential gift. But for tens of millions of people, access to clean water is difficult, and in some remote places, nearly impossible to find. Often times, children are needed to gather water, requiring them to skip school and care for the family's needs.
We're passionate about helping people learn how to use plant's most precious gift to us - their medicines! Through education and training, we're working with leaders to build sustainable communities. Our current project is underway in Uganda, Africa where we're relocating 40 orphaned children to the sustainable community we're helping to build.
Would you like to volunteer? We have a few exciting opportunities lined up. We need volunteers to travel to Uganda, Africa in Feb 2018 as well as volunteers who can help us prepare for that trip.
Are you looking for a way to serve others? We love volunteers!
Here's a snip-it of what we've got planned:
Tiny drops of oil containing the healing power of plants can be the difference between life and death in remote areas.
Kellie Cooney, Chair of Board
720.810.6864 - direct
Carrie Howell, Secretary/Treasurer
Wellness Warrior Foundation C/O Kellie Cooney
PO BOX 1115
Oak Island, NC 28465
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Wellness Warrior Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit charitable organization promoting sustainability through clinical herbalism, in a professional manner, through education and development of products used in primary, remote/wilderness, and post-disaster environments. All donations are tax-deductible.
Chris, Lewis, Board Member
Suzanna Miller, Vice President