Our Global Veterans with Sara Troy and her guest Dreama Denver, on air from June 7th
Dreama Denver: is the wife of late classic TV icon Bob “Gilligan” Denver and the award-winning author of ‘Gilligan’s Dreams’ who has single-handedly carried on her husband’s legacy since his passing. The Denver Foundation is a non-profit foundation started by Bob and Dreama in honor of their severely autistic son, Colin. They understood firsthand in an up-close-and-personal way exactly what families face when presented with the challenge of caring for a family member with special needs. Today, the Denver Foundation assists special needs individuals in West Virginia. Under Dreama’s tutelage, its mission has expanded to include West Virginia’s Always Free Honor Flight, which recognizes the sacrifices of our veterans with free trips to Washington, DC, to see the memorials built to honor their service.
ALWAYS FREE HONOR FLIGHT
Calling All Veterans!
Did you serve your country? Have you ever visited our nation’s capital? Have you been able to share the experience of seeing the memorials built to honor your service with other veterans who understand your sacrifice and service? Our Honor Flight program is looking for you! WWII, Korea and Vietnam veterans receive priority, but we welcome applications from ALL West Virginia veterans for our annual trip to Washington, DC.
ALWAYS FREE HONOR FLIGHT
Free of charge to every vet!
You’ll find veteran applications and guardian applications. Only veterans travel free, but we’ve kept the price for escorts low at 125 dollars, which includes all meals, AFHF t-shirts and, of course, transportation.
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THE DENVER FOUNDATION
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The Denver Foundation History
The Denver Foundation is a non-profit foundation inspired by Bob and Dreama Denver’s passion to assist and special needs individuals in the state of West Virginia.
Bob and Dreama established the foundation in honor of their severely autistic son, Colin. As Colin’s sole caregivers for the last 21 years of Bob’s life, the Denver’s understood firsthand in an up-close-and-personal way exactly what families face when presented with the challenge of caring for a family member with special needs. With that in mind, Bob and Dreama created Little Buddy Radio, a nonprofit radio station, owned and operated by the foundation with all profits generated by the station going to the Foundation and its mission.
“The Denver Foundation and Little Buddy Radio were Bob’s last and most important legacies,” Dreama says, “and carrying on in his place, making these two entities as successful as possible became my mission after Bob passed away. His desire to give back to West Virginia was huge. He loved this area, considered himself an adopted West Virginian and was a tireless ambassador for the state. Regardless of how important and far reaching his television legacy was, and is, his love for our son and his desire to help other families like ours trumped even that.”
After Bob’s death, the foundation’s mission expanded to include West Virginia’s Always Free Honor Flight, which recognizes the sacrifices of our veterans with free trips to Washington, DC to see the memorials built to honor their service.
“Bob would be proud,” Dreama says. “I honestly didn’t think I could live without him, but I came to understand that the best way to honor his memory is to live a full and happy life, carrying on the work he started with a heart as big as his.”
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