Saluting Our Wounded Warriors

The Red Hills Wounded Warrior Group Inc. is a non-profit organization that was originated in 2011 by Walter Hatchett and Brian Proctor for the benefit of wounded soldiers returning from active duty overseas. The purpose of this organization is assisting in the rehabilitation of Wounded Warriors back into civilian life and returning to the work force by organizing outdoor hunting events with their fellow wounded soldiers that would otherwise not have these opportunities afforded to them. Our list of invited veterans is made up in cooperation with the National Wounded Warrior Project and consists of young men from the states of Florida, Georgia and Alabama. An additional objective is to bring awareness to all our National Heroes that have served our Country so unselfishly and given so much, but to these soldiers in particular that have returned with such severe injuries. Our hunts and gatherings have been filmed by Mossy Oak Productions for television programs to be aired to promote the National Wounded Warrior Project and organizations such as the Red Hills Wounded Warrior Group. If you would like to make a donation to help promote this program, please make a check out to the Red Hills Wounded Warrior Group Inc, or visit our donations page. All donations are appreciated, are to the total benefit of our Wounded Warriors and also tax-deductible.

Thank you,
Brian Proctor and Walter Hatchett

  • In 2011, RHWWG raised over $11,000.
  • RHWWG brings together National heroes and volunteers of all ages in celebration of the great outdoors.
  • Wounded Warriors have been afforded the opportunity to appear on Mossy Oak Productions "Hunting The Country" on the Outdoor Channel.
  • In 2013, RHWWG plans to add a fishing weekend to the annual activities.
  • Over two dozen individuals assisted with hunts/activities.
  • RHWWG provides hunting weekends for approx. 30 wounded warriors each year