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  • Writer's pictureKaty O'Neill

Country Musician, Tate Stevens, Teams Up with Helping a Hero to Take Wounded Veterans Hunting in Colorado


Tate Stevens leaning against a barn with his guitar.
County music artist, Tate Stevens.

Kansas City, MO – April 29, 2024 – Tate Stevens, renowned country music artist, and winner of season 2 of The X Factor, is joining forces with the non-profit organization Helping a Hero to provide a unique and meaningful experience for severely wounded Global War on Terror veterans. Stevens will be hosting a special hunting excursion in the picturesque wilderness of Colorado, offering these heroes a chance to enjoy the great outdoors.


The event, set to take place on May 2nd & 3rd, 2024, aims to honor and support veterans who have sacrificed so much for their country. Stevens, a passionate advocate for military personnel and their families, is excited to lend his support to this cause.


"I am deeply honored to be a part of this initiative with Helping a Hero," said Tate Stevens. "Our veterans have given everything to protect our freedom, and it's important to show them our appreciation and support. This hunting trip is just a small token of gratitude for their immense sacrifices."


Helping a Hero is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting severely wounded veterans by offering them housing solutions, recreational activities, and opportunities for personal growth and development. Their partnership with Tate Stevens underscores their commitment to enhancing the lives of those who have served in the military.


During the excursion, participants can engage in various outdoor activities, including guided hunting expeditions, hiking, and campfire gatherings. The serene backdrop of Colorado's wilderness will provide the perfect setting for veterans to relax, connect with nature, and forge lasting friendships.


For more information about Tate Stevens, visit www.tatestevensmusic.com.


For more information about Helping a Hero, visit www.helpingahero.org.

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