Updated: Apr 25, 2022
The Forge Forward Project, a veteran-owned and operated nonprofit, opened its new headquarters at 420 W. American Fork, UT, on July 4, 2021.
With their new headquarters, the Forge Forward Project will bring peace and healing to veterans and military members through scientific research, virtual reality technology, community building, and wilderness therapy.
With the new HQ, the Forge Forward Project now has a dedicated space to shoot product videos, record podcasts, hold business meetings and build a community through gaming. The new HQ was made possible by organizations like Utah Shooters, Rocky Mountain Power, F45, and by countless other donations from everyday Americans who have made a difference in the quality of life for our veterans.
Bric Simpson, President of the Forge Forward Project, has provided career counseling to fellow veterans for almost twenty years, and started the nonprofit as a way to provide additional support for his fellow veterans.
“Adversity doesn’t define you, it refines you—if you will let it,” Simpson says.
The nonprofit’s mission is to The headquarters is open to the community as a resource for the well-being of local veterans by offering career counseling and rehabilitation for those who have sacrificed so much to secure rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
The Forge Forward Project is also expanding its reach beyond the local community with the development of virtual reality technology. Click here to learn more about how the Forge Forward Project can change lives in VR.
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