8/10/2015 - Freedom Waters Foundation featured on WINK NEWS. Check out the story and video below. NAPLES, Fla. — A Naples based nonprofit gives boat rides to provide calming relief to those who suffer with illnesses, disabilities, and PTSD. Freedom Waters Foundation celebrates its tenth aniversary this year. The relief they provide doesn’t just hep [...]
NBC Nightly News featured a segment on a Freedom Waters Foundation "Weller Day" in Palm Beach, FL. The boat trips are the brainchild of John Weller, a Fort Lauderdale yacht broker, a six-time cancer survivor and a co-founder of the Freedom Waters Foundation. Freedom Waters Foundation (FWF) was incorporated in March 2006 to carry out its [...]
Smiles and Memories are made through each of the Freedom Waters Foundation’s on and off the water experiences! Thank you, Lori Griffith of Chasin A Dream Photography for creating these wonderful videos of some recent FWF outings. Subscribe to the Freedom Waters Foundation's YouTube channel to see the latest releases. Weller Day aboard M/Y No [...]
NBC 2 featured a story about how 6 women veterans enjoyed a day on the water through our Veterans Program
WINK TV ran a news story about the work Freedom Waters Foundation does helping veterans.
Freedom Waters Foundation Founder, Debra Frenkel, LCSW, was one of seven 2013 AAUW (American Association of University Women) Women of Achievement Honorees for her work with Freedom Waters Foundation. A luncheon was held to honor the women, in Naples, on March 7, 2013.
Picture a U.S. Veteran isolated in his home; suffering from PTSD; struggling to get out his front door; unsure of himself and others; knowing what he is capable of and afraid that he may lose control, so he stays home, alone, lonely, isolated, and sometimes teetering on a desire to live…or not.
Freedom Waters Foundation presents this story, originally aired on the Austrailian television program "A Current Affair", of Nava George. Nava is the first quadriplegic person to sail alone.
Watch the ABC 10 news piece "Making a Difference" that featured Freedom Waters Foundation.