E3 Ranch Foundation
E3 Ranch Foundation, founded in 2017 by major league baseball player Adam LaRoche and his wife Jennifer, serves combat Veterans, fights against human trafficking, and provides support during humanitarian crises globally. This three-pronged approach has evolved in a way that only God could orchestrate.
Put God’s love into action by serving others, helping those in need, and ultimately introducing them to Christ.
About Our Foundation
Since 2017, E3 Ranch Foundation has been finding, cultivating, and building the most effective and scalable solutions to help those in need. Adam personally works closely with the organizations we choose to partner with. E3 Ranch Foundation has spent the past several years supporting our combat veterans and those in the fight against human trafficking, these relationships have been invaluable as we have been called to help in Afghanistan and Ukraine.
Our mission is to continue His work and, like Him, never stop pursuing those in need. When our days of serving are over, we hope to hear God say: “Well done, you’ve finished the race. Welcome home.”
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Help us Drive Change
Thank you for helping E3 Ranch Foundation to give back to those in need. We are grateful to you to help us empower and uplift the community and not turn a blind eye to an unseen need.
“For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.”
– Matthew 6:12
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From November 17th through November 21st, seven military veterans were guests to E3 Ranch for a fall get-together, hunt, and an opportunity to thank and serve our military heroes. All were some form of Special Operations Forces (SOF) with the exception of one father-son combination — both military — who won the February 2021 Giveaway hunt when Anthony Sherman generously offered a hunt at the E3 (after Adam so generously gave away Sherman’s truck around the Super Bowl in February 2021).
E3 Ranch Foundation friend and partner Lee Gibson (Relentless Pursuit Outreach and Recovery) has been closely involved with the Afghanistan effort as well, and together he, Adam and Jennifer have seen to it that one particular family (three brothers with their families) of 19 did in fact make it out and into the U.S. Instrumental to getting them on the flight and to the States, Lee and the LaRoches now have resettled them in Fort Scott, Kansas.