Saving Valhalla


If you have followed any of my posts on Facebook, you know that I often support charitable organizations, especially those related to helping our veterans. I have mentioned The Valhalla Project several times but now they need help as well. Gordon Cucullu, President of the Valhalla Project, may be down for a span of time as he faces surgery. Gordon is a retired U.S. Army Special Forces officer who had dedicated his life to serving others. As his injury keeps him down, and the serious surgery looms, The Valhalla Project needs our help. Aside from monetary donations, Gordon needs physical assistance with running the day to day operations at Valhalla. The Valhalla Project is located in the Ozark mountains near Yellville, Arkansas. There, returning combat veterans are given the chance to decompress, get back to nature, and learn valuable skills such as homesteading, permaculture, animal husbandry, and forest and wildlife management. It is a unique project and perhaps one of a kind.

Over the next several weeks, various organizations are getting involved in helping the Valhalla Project during this difficult time. Personally, I will be donated the royalties from my book sales to Valhalla (Find my books HERE) and a group of my colleagues will be putting together various other charity events to helps support Valhalla. Sheila Stephens has a few things in the works currently. Check out my Facebook page to stay informed on those.

My friends over at are also throwing their support toward Valhalla, as well as and various other organizations. You can read about SOFREP’s involvement HERE. If you are capable of helping Gordon and can spend some time at Valhalla lending a hand with day to day operations, please contact Valhalla or any of the organizations that are currently spreading the word. Together, we can ensure that Valhalla remains a magnificent place for combat veterans to return to.


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