Events

Mission Transition is a a 501(c)(3), public non-profit foundation, that is committed to helping our wounded Heroes heal and strengthen the bond between them and their families, from clinical recovery to home. Our Mission is to help Warriors win the fight against PTSD. Through the support and generosity of Fidelity Partners and Campo Rio Ranch 100% of all its net proceeds go towards projects that support our nations active-duty military, veterans, and first-responders. Mission Transition (Host), offers other 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations (Guest) that align with our mission, may use of our Texas hill country  venues at no cost or a reduced rate.

HOSTING HEROES EVENTS

Mission Transition is committed to helping our active military, veterans, and first-responders fight PTSD, and strengthen the bond between them and their families. Mission Transition, from time-to-time, offers the use of its Texas Hill Country facilities to other like-minded non-profit organizations’ events.

Non-profit organizations that would like to use our venues may request additional information at [email protected]

PTSD support groups can hold events at Campo Rio Ranch for free!

In our continued efforts to increase community awareness and help our veterans and first-responders overcome PTSD, Mission Transition is offering PTSD support groups to spend the day at Campo Rio Ranch for free! This offer through our initiative includes access and use of both Campo Rio Ranch’s Riverside Pavilion and Riverside Park area.

Contact Us to schedule your free one-day event and possible sponsorships.

General Guidelines & FAQ

  • Organizations that actively support and align with our mission initiative.
  • The organization event participants are active-duty service personnel, veterans, and first-responders. These participants may bring their families along to any event unless otherwise specified.
  • Guest Organizations must provide Mission Transition with copies of event information i.e. co-sponsors, participants, notifications, schedules, flyers, advertising, promotions, rules, and guidelines of event.
  • If the Guest Organization or Group primarily focuses on PTSD-support, they are eligible to host one-day events for free.
  • All event dates are typically approved at least 30 days prior to the event date with e-mail comfirmation.
  • Events must be approved by Mission Transition prior to posting on any public notice, event calendars, or website updates.
  • Event scheduling is available starting 120 days prior to the event date.
  • Events hours including setup and clean up time is limited to no more than 6 hours in total.
  • Events may start as early as 8:00 AM and end by sunset. Multiple day events may be hosted for additional fees.
  • Guest organizations are responsible for all event relate expenses i.e. to security, permits, event insurance, promotional items, food, water, mechanical and electronic equipment, furniture rentals, port-a-johns, clean up, etc.
  • If the Guest Organization or Group primarily focuses on PTSD-support, they are eligible to host one-day events for free. All the above expenses still apply.
  • Guest organizations must provide Mission Transition a list of all event volunteers and registered participants upon request.
  • All Guest organization volunteers and participants are required to sign a landowner’s release of liability and waiver form before accessing property. 
  • For the Veterans Pavilion, guest organization volunteers and participants combined shall not to exceed 90 individuals. 
  • For the Flag Pavilion, guest organization volunteers and participants combined shall not to exceed 45 individuals.
  • For both pavilions, guest organization volunteers and participants shall not be less than 20 individuals.
  • The Mission Transition venues and its event areas are located on Campo Rio Ranch, a private hill country ranch that requires all visitor and participants to register online, prior to arriving. The venues and ranch have limited accessibility including no ADA conforming wheelchair ramps, no paved roads or walkways. The property has rough and uneven terrain, trails and roads consisting of grass, dirt and rock surfaces. The venues and surrounding areas, walkways, trails, river banks, parks, roads and other parts of the property are not ADA compliant. It may take several hours for emergency medical and other services to arrive on site. Guest organizations will be responsible for the supervision, safety and needs of all its volunteers, participants and invitees while on the property. See Terms of Use for other important information.